Mercedes Benz is developing an energy management system for its hybrid cars that is able to use navigational data to improve the vehicles' fuel efficiency.
Lincoln is moving into the Chinese market, and says it will be selling five models there by 2016 in as many as 50 cities across the country.
2015 Mustang debut comes exactly 50 years after the original pony car was revealed at New York World's Fair back in 1964. Only 1,964 examples of the 2015 mustang anniversary edition will be built by Ford.
Officials at the National Corvette Museum say they'll try to repair the eight Chevrolet Corvettes that fell into a sinkhole under the institution in February, but some of the cars – valued as a group at about $1 million – may be beyond repair.
Ford named the head of its advanced design studio as the lead designer for its Lincoln brand just as the automaker gears up to begin selling vehicles in China.
Ford Mustang for 2015 is yet to reach showrooms, but the people at Whipple Superchargers have already developed a 700-horsepower upgrade for it, according to a leaked press release. The Ford Mustang upgrade includes an air-to-water intercooler, high-flow fuel injectors, and a high flow intake and exhaust system.
Zenos said it will bring its E10 to American shores beginning next year. Aimed at owners inclined to turn their own wrenches, the basic car doesn't include an engine or transmission.
Facebook made headlines when it purchased virtual reality headset maker Oculus VR Inc this week, but Ford has already found a use for this nascent technology.
Investigators report that speed, and not mechanical failure, led to the crash that killed "Fast and Furious" film series star Paul Walker in November.
Can a car warn other cars of nearby road hazards? Volvo is trying to make it so, and developing technology that the company says will allow an auto's on-board computer to send a warning to other vehicles of slippery conditions while on the road.
Chrysler will suspend production of its SRT Viper sports car for about two months due to dwindling sales. While the Viper's Detroit production line is halted, 91 staff members will also be temporarily laid off, as well, according to the company.
General Motors is recalling 63,900 Cadillac XTS sedans in the US because of a problem that could lead to a fire. The GM recall affects 2013 and 2014 model XTS sedans manufactured between February 14, 2012 and March 7, 2014.
Dodge recalled more than 43,000 of its 2011 and 2012 Charger sedans after the company said faulty headlights could damage electrical systems in the vehicles.
Luxury automaker Acura will get its own team to help market its products after the brand reportedly saw a drop in sales of its sedans.
Famous in auto racing circles for its successes, the Chevrolet Corvette nicknamed "The Purple People Eater" will be on display this weekend in Florida.
Jaguar's advertising department apparently has high hopes for David Beckham in China, where the soccer star will represent the automaker in the company's ad campaign.
Swedish car maker Koenigsegg announced that a Manhattan auto dealer will be the first US-based outlet to sell the company's high-powered vehicles.
ZR1 Blue Devil Corvette was the last car to fall in the sinkhole and the first one rescued. The other seven vehicles at the National Corvette Museum apparently sustained more damage than the ZR1 Blue Devil Corvette.
Apple revealed CarPlay at the Geneva Motor Show on Monday, bringing the iOS operating system to car dashboards with Siri sitting shotgun.
Ever wonder how a luxury car would handle facing the elements high in the Rocky Mountains? Motor Authority writer Jeff Glucker took an Aston Martin for a ride in Crested Butte, Colo.