2012 Camry: Toyota plans to introduce the Camry at events in California, Michigan and Kentucky on Tuesday. It will arrive at dealerships next month.
The grassroots 'AT-AT for America' project proposes building a fully functional Imperial walker. Needless to say, Lucasfilm's lawyers aren't crazy about the idea.
Chrysler 200: Detroit News' auto critic's original review made it into the newspaper's March 10 print edition. But some of the most critical passages, including Burgess' calling the sedan a 'dog,' were removed from the paper's online version.
Teodorin Obiang, son of the President of Equatorial Guinea, tried to buy the world's second most expensive yacht, according to Global Witness, an anticorruption advocacy group in London.
Car of the year is awarded to the Chevy Volt, GM's cutting-edge hybrid.
Dan Akerson's tough words about the Toyota Prius suggest that GM is trying to get its swagger back. One of the reasons GM is confident: the all-electric Chevrolet Volt.
The GM IPO raised $20 billion of the $49 billion that the federal government spent to bailout GM. But the finish line is still years away.
Calvin Trillin serves up a novel "as deightful as finding a free spot in Time Square."
News reports suggest that some GM dealers might sell the all-electric Chevrolet Volt for $20,000 over the $41,000 suggested retail price. If you want to be green – but don't have THAT much green – here are five hybrids that will be a bit easier on the wallet, according to HybridCars.com.