Takata will need to change its entire business structure, name and let someone else take over the airbag operation, says Kelley Blue Book's Karl Brauer.
Self-driving Uber vehicles start offering customers rides in Pittsburgh, PA.
The first self-driving Uber vehicles are moving into the next phase — giving real customers rides.
The automaker says the 2017 Bolt EV will have an EPA-estimated range of 238 miles on a full charge.
Car buyers with the best credit records are shifting gears, with more of them taking out loans for used vehicles instead of new ones.
Much like the station wagon was phased out by the late '90s, the sedan is slowly fading away.
The limited-edition F-150 is on sale now at select Ford dealerships in Texas.
The Rocky Mountain state has become a leader in the race for space jobs.
Singapore is taking the next step in the world's move towards self-driving vehicles with the first public trial of autonomous-drive taxis.
The new Tesla battery pack is unlikely to boost sales much, a Kelley Blue Book expert told CNBC.
For the second year in a row, the number of people killed in traffic fatalities increased substantially from January through June.
Demand from ultra-wealthy car buyers for the new Ford GT has led the automaker to sell another 500 copies of the carbon fiber supercar.
The commercial vehicle, which will not include a steering wheel or pedals, will be used by ride-hailing and ride-sharing companies.
Ford is accelerating plans to develop self-driving cars as it races to keep up with its traditional competitors and technology companies.
Hyperloop One, a controversial company with big dreams and potentially big legal problems, is planning to develop Hyperloop runs around the world.
Starting this fall, certain Audi models will include a feature that tells motorists how long it will be until the red light changes to green.
An S&P Global analyst joined CNBC's "Closing Bell" to talk Tesla and whether the company is worth the investment risk.
After six straight years of rising sales, there is a new reality settling in at dealerships: Sales may have finally peaked.
Four major automakers in the U.S. market on Tuesday reported July vehicle sales slightly below expectations.
Tesla staffers told congressional aides they were still trying to understand the "system failure" that led to the crash, a source told Reuters.