Last week's court cases regarding faulty ignition switches contained both wins and losses for General Motors.
Volkswagen says that it is done selling diesel-powered cars in the United States, blaming increasingly difficult federal emissions standards and VW's struggles in the wake of its massive emissions cheating scandal.
At a press conference today, Nissan announced that its ProPILOT semi-autonomous driving software will be available in Japan next month.
Keeping fuel prices low doesn't benefit OPEC in the short term, but it could lead to long-term benefits for oil-producing countries when the supply of oil is low.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says that the headlights found on most small SUVs aren't up to snuff.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is now investigating a fatal crash in Florida involving a Model S sedan in Autopilot mode, which could have huge financial implications for Tesla. How will the automaker and Elon Musk recover?
As technology advances and more cars come equipped with backup cameras, rear-view and side-view mirrors may become less common.
A study by Bankrate concludes that for most American families, the cost of a new car exceeds the amount families are able to spend on their mode of transportation.
Chinese car manufacturers have begun focusing on the production of electric vehicles. Be on the lookout for these seven Chinese companies in coming years.
In these days of diminished brand loyalty, Lincoln is betting that customer service can give its luxury brand an edge. And so, today Lincoln announced that it would offer standard pickup and delivery service on all new vehicles as of the 2017 model-year, beginning with the all-new Continental.
The entire settlement package will cost Volkswagen up to $15.3 billion to settle claims in the United States. officials said Tuesday. The money will go toward owner compensation, environmental remediation programs, and development of zero-emissions technology.
The UK auto market will shrink, at least in the near term. That plus other impacts of Brexit on the auto industry.
Saab gets new life as NEVS, a car brand with a new look and logo that is focused on producing electric vehicles.
In addition to either fixing or buying back the affected cars, VW will pay between $1,000 and $7,000 to compensate consumers, according to unofficial reports. That and more in today's car news.
Kia jumped Porsche to take the top spot in JD Power's Initial Quality Survey, the research group announced Wednesday. That and more in today's car news.
BMW joins a slew of automakers, including Tesla and Nissan, who are offering up batteries that can double as home energy storage.
The Fast and Furious franchise adds Charlize Theron and Dame Helen Mirren to its cue of actors. Will the addition of Oscar-winning actresses help spark interest in the eighth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise?
Tuesday's deadline for Volkswagen to reach an agreement with federal regulators regarding the company's plans to repair and/or buyback 2.0-liter diesel vehicles in the US has been pushed back again. This, and other news from the German automaker.
A new website called LedBetter has compiled stats on 231 corporations and found that many of them have no women at all in executive positions or on their boards.
In order to meet its promise to slash emissions by 80 percent by 2050, one German government official recommends banning the sale of gas and diesel vehicles by 2030 in favor of emissions-free cars only.