Detroit Auto Show 2015 Kicks Off This Week
January 11 2015 7:39 PM EST
From a beefy F-150 Raptor to a high-performance Lexus sedan, this year’s event is about flexing muscle.
Volvo To Start Selling Chinese-Made Cars In US This Year
January 11 2015 4:08 AM EST
The automaker plans to export a Chinese-made midsize sedan this year to the United States, and is considering building a US factory.
GM Plans To Launch Electric Rival to Tesla: Report
January 10 2015 5:19 AM EST
The Chevrolet Bolt, with an enhanced battery manufactured by South Korea’s LG Chem, will directly challenge Tesla’s upcoming Model 3.
This Volvo Will Slam On The Brakes For Cyclists
January 09 2015 11:49 AM EST
The Swedish automaker is developing systems that will detect impending collisions and stop the car.
Honda Hid Safety Complaints, Says NHTSA
January 08 2015 3:48 PM EST
The Japanese automaker admits it knew as far back as 2011 about failing to disclose years of complaints about accidents and injuries.
Sync 3: Ford’s Finally Figured Out Infotainment Systems [VIDEO]
January 08 2015 10:48 AM EST
Ford caught a lot of flak for its current infotainment system. The automaker is now looking to SYNC 3 to win back customers.
Uncertain Future For JLR Vehicles Worth $150M On Stranded Ship
January 07 2015 5:42 AM EST
According to an estimate, the 1,200 luxury cars aboard the Hoegh Osaka could be worth close to $151.80 million.
US Recalls May Climb This Year, Says NHTSA Chief
January 06 2015 11:48 PM EST
NHTSA has been accused of acting too slowly to prevent dangers involving Takata Corp air bags and General Motors Co ignition switches.
Audi A7 Drives Itself From San Francisco To Vegas, Mostly
January 06 2015 8:01 PM EST
Audi claims all of the tech from its autonomous A7 is nearly ready for production vehicles.
As Gas Prices Fall, Consumers Flock To SUVs
January 06 2015 4:02 PM EST
Lower gasoline prices might save you money, but statistics show you’re willing to spend those savings on … gasoline.
Toyota Makes Hydrogen Car Patents Free, But Is US Ready For Them?
January 06 2015 3:35 PM EST
Toyota's move to free its patents is a smart move, but the hydrogen car industry will not expect to see results for many years, auto experts said.
NXP Chip Makes Life Tougher For Car Thieves
January 06 2015 1:00 PM EST
The NCF29A1 chip enables a number of protection features, including passive keyless entry and automatic locking.
Mercedes-Benz USA Driving To Atlanta
January 06 2015 12:33 PM EST
Mercedes-Benz officials are set to meet with employees Tuesday, presumably to announce the move.
Mercedes-Benz Unveils Self-Driving Car At CES 2015
January 06 2015 1:00 AM EST
Dieter Zetsche, the automaker’s CEO, says that there are still a number of legal and ethical issues raised by self-driving cars.
In US, 62% More New Rides Bought In 2014 Than In '09
January 05 2015 6:31 PM EST
U.S. consumers bought 16.5 million new vehicles in 2014 -- quite an increase from 2009, when sales hit a 30-year low.
General Motors Issues Three New Recalls, Cites Ignition Systems
January 01 2015 6:51 PM EST
GM announced three new recalls affecting nearly 84,000 SUVs and pickups, saying ignition systems may have problems that could affect engine power and air bag deployment.
LG To Power Mercedes' Automated Concept Car
December 29 2014 9:59 AM EST
Autonomous cars may soon have the ability to take over if they detect a sleepy driver.
Takata President Steps Down
December 24 2014 6:19 AM EST
The move is part of an attempt to accelerate Takata's decision-making and unify its response on the recalls of the faulty air bags.
More Auto Recalls, But Also More Safe Cars
December 23 2014 11:14 AM EST
The U.S. has seen a record year in auto-safety recalls, but there are also far more safe cars to choose from.
Elon Musk To Reveal Tesla Roadster Update This Week
December 23 2014 7:31 AM EST
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk stated that the update was delayed by "several crisis issues."