Drivers who want one of the first versions of Tesla's next vehicle, the Model 3, can reserve one for just $1,000.
Detroit's Big 3 automakers filled six of the 10 slots on Consumer Reports' list of lowest-rated vehicles.
Members of Generation Z appear to have a greater desire to buy a new vehicle than millennials did at their age, a survey finds.
Two new versions of the latest Camaro are rolling into Chevy dealerships this spring.
Cadillac's newest ad campaign features spokespeople between 15 to 25 in order to make the brand more youthful.
Americans are setting a record when it comes to how they're paying for their new vehicles.
U.S. auto sales in February showed no signs of decelerating as most major automakers on Tuesday posted big gains from a year ago.
After logging millions of miles in autonomous-drive mode, one of Google's self-driving cars has finally been the cause of an accident.
Matthias Mueller tells CNBC that the carmaker is preparing for additional costs relating to the emissions scandal.
Car owners are saying many of their vehicles' high-tech features fail to work on a regular basis.
Subaru climbed to second place in Consumer Reports' 2016 Brand Report Card.
A new study by Boston Consulting Group says the car-share industry will have a limited impact on vehicle sales over the next five years.
Test drives help Tesla convert Model X reservations into orders, which will be critical as the company ramps up production.
A study says the percentage of car loans made to buyers with the poorest credit ratings is growing faster than the rest of the auto finance market.
Despite record profits, strong profit margins and sales that show no sign of slowing down, auto stocks are tumbling.
Ford 's president for EMEA told CNBC he expects "hundreds" of its approximately 10,000 salaried employees to take voluntary redundancy.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says he sees several signs that Tesla will face tougher growth prospects in coming years.
The DeLorean Motor Company will resume production of the iconic 1982 model car.
Fiat Chrysler on Wednesday said that it will build more of its popular Jeep and RAM pickups at its North America plants.
Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault-Nissan, explains why the company has recalled vehicles and says there are no so-called emissions cheating devices in their cars.