Our selected Tweets (from ‘X’) this week:

Tesla seems to be in hot water as US federal prosecutors are turning their investigative lens towards the electric car giant’s ‘rosy’ performance claims. A secret internal project at the company also has people scratching their heads as corporate funds may have been used to build Elon Musk a house near Texas. Musk has remained tight-lipped on these matters.

Former US President Donald Trump is turning to a new topic: electric cars.

This month VinFast became valued by investors at more than Ford and BMW, but short-seller Jim Chanos branded it a ‘meme stock’ shortly before the price collapsed.

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Good chart this one.

The Carlos Ghosn saga had to make it to big/small screen at some point. It is, as they say, onehelluva story. Catch it on Netflix.

February 1937 to February 1962 to August 2023. The UAW continues to challenge Detroit’s ‘Big Three’ automakers and UAW President Shawn Fain will not (yet) back down, apparently.

McLaren says a new era of hybrid is here. With the traditional joy of the power slide.

“I guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet. But your kids are gonna love it.” EV adoption still faces obstacles, but could the transition have begun sooner? Discuss…

Our signals coverage is powered by GlobalData’s Thematic Engine, which tags millions of data items across six alternative datasets — patents, jobs, deals, company filings, social media mentions and news — to themes, sectors and companies. These signals enhance our predictive capabilities, helping us to identify the most disruptive threats across each of the sectors we cover and the companies best placed to succeed. 

NB: Despite the Twitter rebrand as ‘X’, we’re still calling the platform’s postings tweets for now.