Elon Musk's Tesla Motors has made tracks in the automobile industry, both for its high-end cars and plans to build a battery plant and control one of the most important parts of producing electric cars.
Gen Y isn't known for their love for cars, but Hyundai and Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) of Turin are hoping to change all that with a new Millennial-oriented design.
Ever wished you could feel like you're driving in a car commercial? Bentley is offering some of its wealthiest customers that chance with luxury driving tours through places like Great Britain, Italy, France, and others.
It may not be a daily driver, but if you're in the market for a replica of the Batmobile used by Christian Bale, you're probably not the practical type, anyway.
Car enthusiasts can get their fill of the luxury brand's history with "Maserati-- A Century of History", available now on Maserati's online store. Here's a sampling of notable moments in its history.
More than 261,000 vehicles are affected by a recall issued by Toyota, which reported that a brake component may not function properly.
The National Corvette Museum suffered a huge loss this week when a sinkhole formed under it and swallowed several classic cars. Chevrolet has made a commitment to see all of the damaged Corvettes restored to their original glory.
Government officials in Dubai are considering regulations limiting car ownership to drivers earning above a set income level to ease traffic congestion.
Need to a car that will take you through wind, snow, desert, forest, and everything in between? Toyota is hoping the 2015 TRD will do the trick.
BMW said its launching an effort to consolidate the number of platforms that the company's vehicles - which include models under the MINI and Rolls-Royce brands - are based upon.
VW enters a 560-hp Beetle to race in the Global RallyCross Championship later this year. Turbocharged and direct-injected four-cylinder engine will power the more than 560-hp Beetle, which will come with all-wheel drive.
A car from the personal collection of legendary Formula One racer Ayrton Senna is up for auction.
Volkswagen's ubiquitous Beetle first came to US shores 65 years ago. In the decades since, the car has taken a unique place in American pop culture with its distinctive looks and association with "flower power."
For tech-minded car fans with access to a 3D printer, Honda is offering downloadable plans to make small replicas of some its concept cars.
After a nearly 30-year absence, British automaker Aston Martin will return to the starting line of the Rolex 24 At Daytona race this weekend. Aston Martin will have three cars -- all based on the Vantage design -- ready for the competition.
Luxury automaker Jaguar Land Rover reported that its 2013 sales were up 19 percent over the company's 2012 figures. According to the company, the bulk of the 425,006 vehicles sold were under the Land Rover brand.
Toyota FT-1 concept introduced at the Detroit Auto Show will be a treat for car enthusiasts who have been clamoring for a replacement for Toyota's iconic Supra. The Toyota FT-1 steps away from the automaker's more eco-friendly concepts of late.
The new V-12-powered S600 offers just as much in the way of luxury, style, and competence along with the knowledge that there’s a brute of an engine waiting to be unleashed at every turn.
Eco-conscious truck fans rejoice-- 2015 Ford F-150 packs a powerful punch without guzzling gas. With turbocharging and direct-injection technologies combined with up to 30 mpg highway fuel economy and a light aluminum body, this may make Ford a contender with gas-conscious car consumers.
2015 Corvette Z06 has at least 625 horsepower and 635 pound-feet of torque, according to details released at the Detroit Auto Show. The 2015 Corvette Z06 is the top-performance variant of the latest C7 Stingray and could shake up the roster of top production-car performance numbers.