The S90 is a four-door luxury sedan designed to square off against the world's best cars from Mercedes, Audi, and BMW.
Stricter global emissions standards are putting significant pressure on carmakers to improve fuel efficiency and make greater use of electric powertrains. But that may not be the sole force driving automakers toward reduced carbon emissions.
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.
The DoE loan program became a lightning rod during the 2012 presidential election for backing solar company Solyndra, which later went bankrupt. A few years later, it's in the black.
Carbon-dioxide emissions from electricity generation during the first six months of 2016 were the lowest since 1991, according to the EIA.
Shifts both big and small will alter the way we buy, power, and ride in our vehicles.
The founder of Fisker Automotive is starting a new company under the Fisker name. His former effort went bankrupt in 2013.
On a regular basis, more than half of Scotland's electricity comes from renewable sources. The country wants to increase that amount to 100 percent as soon as 2020.
The second generation of Audi's newest sports car is just as dazzling as the original.
Tesla Motors announced Wednesday a vastly expanded suite of hardware to enable full self-driving capabilities, at some point in the future, in all Tesla cars fitted with that hardware.
In the future, Tesla vehicles will be fully capable of transporting passengers without a driver, company CEO Elon Musk announced Wednesday.
A wiring flaw in the vehicle's front airbag sensor could prevent the Jeep Wrangler's airbags from deploying during a crash.
Tesla and its battery partner Panasonic have signed a letter of intent over a deal to manufacture solar cells and modules.
Craig Wendel dresses as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his wife, Jill, wears a Hillary Clinton mask as they support Trump at a campaign rally in Naples, Fla., on Sunday.
A new report predicts electric cars could account for two thirds of the cars on the roads of 50 major world cities by 2030.
Elon Musk has been adamant that the data show that Tesla's Autopilot function saves lives, but the issue is a bit more complicated than that.
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.
At long last, JD Power has conducted an owner survey to assess high-tech features in a wide range of US vehicles, and the results are pretty mixed.
As we get further into the 2017 model year, carmakers are eager to get rid of leftover 2016 models, so they're dialing up the incentives.
Jeep's parent company said early last year that the automaker was working on a rival for the pricey Range Rover.
The new Ford F-150 engine features both both direct and port fuel injection, along with numerous upgrades like new turbochargers and an electronic wastegate.
Uber launched a small fleet of self-driving vehicles in Pittsburgh in August, and reviews so far have been mixed.
Both Audi recalls issued Friday stem from potential fuel leaks--and therefore, potential fire hazards.
To earn that coveted ranking, the Sedona had to perform well in six separate IIHS crash tests, including two newer, more challenging ones.
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