At the electronics tradeshow in Las Vegas, Toyota unveiled its plans for smartphone-connected and autonomous cars.
The Justice Department sued Volkswagen in a federal court Monday over the installation of emissions-cheating discovered last September on close to 600,000 vehicles in the US. VW could be fined up to $32,500 for each of the affected vehicles
Chevrolet dominated the list of the most searched vehicles on Google this year, with four of the top 10 entries.
Reports say Ford is in talks with Google to build autonomous cars for the tech giant, though it’s not clear if the cars are meant to be dedicated models for the tech giant or versions of existing Blue Oval products fitted with self-driving technology.
The 2017 Audi Q7 is the rare luxury SUV that feels like a tiny mid-sizer. You might actually forget you're in a tall utility vehicle that's around 200 inches long.
The Bugatti Chiron name was confirmed by the French automaker today, along with a 2016 Geneva Motor Show debut.
Ford will present an updated version of the Escape, its popular compact crossover, at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2017 Ford Escape will be brimming with new tech features, fuel-efficient EcoBoost engines and revamped styling.
The Mustang GT was all-new for the 2015 model year, and it's the best Mustang ever. But how does it stack up to other muscle cars on the market.
Mercedes is giving its full-size SUV a facelift, along with a new name, for 2017. The automaker describes the GLS as the 'S-Class among SUVs.'
A new generation of Mazda’s CX-9 crossover will debut this month at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show. It’s rumored the current model’s thirsty V-6 will be replaced by a downsized turbocharged four-cylinder.
One critic says Tesla is 'showing all the signs of a company in trouble,' and that the situation will only get worse as established automakers start taking electric cars more seriously and introduce luxury models of their own.
Honda is an industry leader in the development of hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles. Today, at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, we were treated to the production version which Honda has labeled the Clarity Fuel Cell.
Volkswagen has now lost the crown to perennial leader Toyota, which looks set to remain the world’s largest automaker by sales—and likely profits, too—in 2015.
Ferrari’s shares, which are listed under the apt ticker symbol RACE, rose in morning trading. With 17.18 million shares offered, representing about 9 percent of the company, Ferrari’s listing brought in approximately $893 million for FCA.
Honda has now released full details on its 10th-generation Civic, including pricing information. The best part is that we’ll finally be getting a high-performance Civic Type R, with a prototype based on the Civic Hatchback recently spotted in testing.
The Volkswagen Group's dirty diesel scandal continues to expand, now affecting more than 2.1 million cars worldwide from its Audi division. The majority of the cars are in Western Europe, but thousands are on American roads.
Volkswagen is facing the possibility of major fines and perhaps criminal charges for installing software on close to 500,000 of its TDI-branded diesel models from the Volkswagen and Audi brands that was designed to circumvent EPA emissions standards
Shelby GT is now also available with the Mustang EcoBoost’s turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine. Ford doesn’t offer its V-6-powered Mustangs outside North America, hence the reason Shelby has focused on the four-banger.
Bugatti has joined the pantheon of automakers taking part in the Visions Gran Turismo video game challenge, and its concept was unveiled in life-size form at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.
Google's self-driving car project now has its own CEO in John Krafcik, an auto industry veteran who has worked for Hyundai, Ford Motor Company, and TrueCar.