The founder of Fisker Automotive is starting a new company under the Fisker name. His former effort went bankrupt in 2013.
The second generation of Audi's newest sports car is just as dazzling as the original.
Tesla and its battery partner Panasonic have signed a letter of intent over a deal to manufacture solar cells and modules.
According to reports, Apple's so-called Project Titan is now focused on the development of self-driving car technology instead of an actual car.
Just because a car didn't make our list this year doesn't mean we wouldn't recommend it. It just means it doesn't move the needle as much as the finalists do.
Jeep's parent company said early last year that the automaker was working on a rival for the pricey Range Rover.
Self-driving cars inched closer to reality this week (all by themselves).
The UX hasn’t been confirmed for production but senior Lexus executives have said such a model makes sense, especially in markets where premium small cars are in hot demand.
The production version of VW's next-generation of electric cars is expected to go into production by 2020.
Honda fans have a lot to look forward to in 2017. The automaker will add much sportier options to the Civic line that year, including new Si and Type R models.
The changes included in the update were prompted following the death in May of a driver whose Model S crashed into a truck's trailer on a Florida highway while in Autopilot mode.
The A5 Sportback is a blend of sedan and wagon. Think of it as a smaller version of the Audi A7.
In what turned out to be a relatively clean race, Nico Rosberg crossed the line first to take home his 21st career win and first at Monza. His teammate Lewis Hamilton came in a little more than 15 seconds later.
The targets of the Houston-area heist were Jeep Wranglers, Grand Cherokees, and some Ram trucks.
Singapore on Thursday became the first country in the world with a fully autonomous ride-sharing service offered to the public. The service is being run on a trial basis by American startup nuTonomy, which was formed by researchers at MIT.
What happens if it's a machine that issues you a ticket? In that case, it's time to turn to technology to help you out of a potentially expensive jam.
Capable of sprinting from a complete stop to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, the Tesla Model S 100D isn't the fastest car ever, but it is darn close.
The newest Civic Hatchback will be available in LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Sport Touring trims, and will feature a single engine at launch, albeit with two different outputs.
Conventional wisdom holds that engines should be warm before driving, especially on cold winter days, but is that true?
We've seen Lamborghinis tow stuff before, but never live animals and never with a Murcielago.