The founders of Mastretta, a Mexican sports car startup, have left the company. Brothers Carlos and Daniel Mastretta said they left their company because of differences with an investor.
Ford started accepting orders for its 2015 Mustang in Europe. Thirty seconds later, the first 500 Ford Mustangs were sold out.
Volkswagen will unveil the next model of the Passat sedan in July. While consumers will have to wait to see the car, Volkswagen recently previewed some of the automaker's latest technology.
Ford sends a scale version of its 2015 Ford Mustang into space. Read and watch on how they got the tiny car into space.
Mille Miglia, a famous car race in Italy, started on May 14 and continues through May 18. This year, some of the major automakers return to the race.
Blancfleet uses crowdfunding to raise capital to buy luxury vehicles. The results? You can rent them at much lower rates.
Nissan will put four video game players in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, an annual automobile endurance race held in France. Nissan has been putting the gamers through a driver development program to prepare for racing since 2011.
New Batmobile was unveiled today by Zach Snyder, the director of the upcoming film 'Batman vs. Superman." The new Batmobile echoes the classic comic book Batmobile’s profile more than any in recent memory.
Chrysler laid out its five-year strategy presentation yesterday, and the automaker aims to serve the mainstream audience and compete with the likes of Chevrolet, Ford, Hyundai and Toyota—worldwide. If all goes to plan, Chrysler sales will reach 800,000 units by 2018.
Small SUVs, or crossover vehicles, are coming from Porsche, BMW, and Mercedes to cash in on the growing demand for crossovers. But some worry that Porsche's small SUV, the next-generation Cayenne, may hurt the exclusivity of the Porsche brand.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally will step down July 1 and be replaced by Mark Fields, who currently serves as the automaker's COO, the company confirmed Thursday. Mulally became Ford CEO in 2006 and helped the company navigate the 2008 financial crisis.
Ford has built its Mustang sedan for 50 years, and automaker Chevrolet offered congratulations to its competitor in a recent advertisement.
Volkswagen says the engine used in the diesel-powered Golf GTD has to be built in Germany, and importing it may make the car too pricey for the US.
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.