General Motors, Toyota, and Volvo are among the carmakers who told a House committee that granting exemptions for self-driving cars to test on public roadways could help them and tech firms speed development.
On Wednesday, the six executives were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States, defraud customers, and violate the Clean Air Act.
Last summer, a seemingly cool 'straddling bus' project in China made headlines. Well, after a whole lot of hoopla and promotion it's been scrapped.
In mid-December, Uber added San Francisco to the list of cities where the company is testing self-driving prototypes. However, the ride-sharing giant on Thursday said it was moving the prototypes to Phoenix.
Michigan just passed the most lenient legislation in the nation regulating self-driving cars, and General Motors is taking advantage.
A mass recall of Takata airbags involves nearly 50 million units, and that number could climb even higher in the near future.
The 2017 Dodge Challenger GT is the first two-door American muscle car with all-wheel drive.
We named the Camaro SS the Motor Authority Best Car to Buy for 2016. For 2017, the best gets better.
The newest Fiesta ST won't enter production until January 2018.
The Volvo 90 series updates enhance what was already a high level of safety and connectivity.
Volkswagen will shed 30,000 workers as it deals with the costly fallout from its diesel emissions scandal.
The 2016 LA auto show wasn't exactly chockfull of surprises, but there were a few tasty tidbits from the pre-Thanksgiving event.
Alfa Romeo’s first SUV is finally here, and the Stelvio brings Italian flair and passion to the small luxury SUV segment.
Could a vehicle that’s authentically American be engineered in another country?
Hyperloop One is working with officials in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, to build its first Hyperloop. The journey between the two cities takes approximately 90 minutes by car but a Hyperloop could cut this to just 12 minutes.
Many within the industry are predicting a future where car sharing becomes more popular than actual ownership, and Toyota is the latest automaker to test the waters.
The first will be sold in early 2017 under Mercedes' new EQ sub-brand.
Mercedes-Benz has finally pulled the wraps off its mid-size pickup truck, the long-rumored and finally unveiled X-Class. The automaker plans to sell the X-Class in South America, Europe, and Australia, initially.
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.