We've seen Lamborghinis tow stuff before, but never live animals and never with a Murcielago.
At the coming Monterey Car Week, the Porsche 962 that won the 24 Hours of Daytona competition in 1989 will be up for sale for admirers.
The next phase of Tesla’s Master Plan includes solar panels and battery storage for the home,electric vehicles in all major segments, safe autonomous technology, and creating a system where a car can generate income when not in use by its owner
For the golfers looking for a little more luxury in their life, Mercedes-Benz is partnering with a high-end golf cart manufacturer to create the luxury Garia Golf Car, which will include include a touchscreen and refrigerator.
When Porsches and Lamborghinis are no longer road-worthy, they go to Mariclaro to be turned into chic messenger bags.
The safe answer, of course, is to read your car's owner's manual and follow the automaker's directions. But there's more.
BMW on Friday announced a partnership with Intel and Mobileye to help spur the development of autonomous technology.
With the Volvo V90, Volvo might just regain interest in wagons within the U.S. market.
The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-class uses assisted driving technology to up its safety game.
General Motors plans to upgrade and modify the Corvette plant in Bowling Green, Ky.
With a twin-turbocharged, low-revving, V8 engine and hand-stitched seats, the Bentley Mulsanne offers consumers luxury with a capital L.
Since 1992, approximately 30,000 Vipers have been built in Detroit. The final model year for the Viper will begin production on Friday, June 24.
Tesla and Solar City are already closely linked, as Tesla CEO Elon Musk is also Chairman of SolarCity. Analysts have questioned Tesla’s reasoning in acquiring SolarCity, a company which like Tesla is losing money and has substantial debts.
Zenesis recently unveiled the world's most expensive tires, but don't expect to see these tires on the road anytime soon.
Olli is the first vehicle concept to utilize the processing power behind IBM's Watson Internet of Things, a cloud-based computer system with artificial intelligence.
BMW isn’t celebrating its centennial alone. The German automaker’s subsidiaries Mini and Rolls-Royce have Vision Next 100 concepts of their own.
The M1 Concourse, including a racetrack and skidpad, opens in August and will be available for use exclusively by car condo owners and members of the M1 Motorsports Club.
Mercedes, which is racing to introduce rivals to Tesla’s electric Model S and Model X cars, is investing almost $8 billion over the next two years to develop "green" car technologies, including more efficient and inexpensive batteries.
The Los Angeles Police Department electric police car order likely represents the largest in the US. The cars will be used for auxiliary functions, such as transporting officers and community outreach initiatives.
Lincoln may soon start building cars in China, but how it approaches that may be different from carmakers who have already entered the market.