Volkswagen would like to combine its legal proceedings related to cheating on diesel emissions tests in the US and try them in Detroit, but consumer advocates and officials are pushing for legal proceedings in other states.
It's possible consumers are no longer as interested in increased fuel economy as they once were.
The Chevy Bolt EV, the long-awaited, pure electric descendant of GM's EV1--and a cousin of the new Chevrolet Volt, or at least a close-sounding relative, will go into production next year with an anticipated all-electric driving range of 200 miles.
Electric car buyers face a tough time at traditional car dealerships, according to a recent report. One problem is that dealers apparently don't think consumers are interested in electric cars.
Hyundai is expected to launch its first dedicated hybrid vehicle early next year, and the automaker is very confident in the car's likely fuel efficiency ratings.
Toyota Prius hybrid owners keep their cars longer than almost any other model, according to a recent study that tracked the percentage of original owners who kept their new-vehicle purchases at least 10 years. Which model beat it out?
The fallout from Volkswagen's emission cheating scandal could lead to a serious contradiction of the diesel market worldwide —including in the very near future, the phase-out of a number of current European-market diesel models.
The EPA has accused VW of incorporating similar software into its 3.0-liter V-6 diesels, which are used by Audi and Porsche as well. This time, the response was from the headquarters of Volkswagen AG in Germany--which came out swinging.
Nissan has revealed a concept car that gives a glimpse of what electric-car ownership could be like many years into the future—and, perhaps, provides a few more hints of what’s in store for the second-generation Nissan Leaf.
Nissan debuted an autonomous electric car concept Wednesday at the Tokyo Motor Show. Some had speculated that it could be a preview of the next Nissan Leaf electric car.
Volkswagen's proposals to make its TDI diesel cars compliant with emissions regulations could include software adjustment, engine tweaks, or outright buybacks.
Diesel engines may be suffering in the public eye due to the Volkswagen diesel-emission cheating scandal, but luxury carmakers, including Jaguar, are pushing forward. The automaker is planning a diesel Land Rover for the US market.
Visitors to GM's technical development campus next year might get a ride from a fleet of autonomous 2016 Chevy Volt extended range vehicles.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk spent nearly the first half of his Model X presentation outlining the new SUV's safety features. The The Model X, he said, is the first SUV that’s five-star in every safety category.
After a years-long wait, The first handful of Model X crossovers were handed over to customers last night at Tesla's factory in Fremont, Calif.
Volkswagen has a long way to go to regain the trust of the public, but it could start by coming up with ways to offset the pollution caused by its diesel cars and promoting the spread of electric vehicles.
Volkswagen's recall of diesel cars due to falsified emissions data has expanded to 11 million cars worldwide, the company announced Tuesday. Addressing the problem will cost the company an estimated $7.3 billion.
The 2016 Honda Civic sedan will go on sale in the US later this year, and will eventually be followed by coupe and five-door hatchback body styles.
Porsche is fighting Tesla with an electric sedan all its own: the sleek, mid-size four-door Mission E sedan. Porsche debuts the car officially today at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new Toyota Prius improves the old model's fuel efficiency by about 10 percent, according to the automaker. Additionally, the 2016 Prius has a sleeker exterior and a new color option.