New York Times columnist and CNBC contributor Jim Stewart discusses the significance of foreign luxury automakers getting into luxury SUV market.
After images of a 2017 Model S refresh leaked online, Tesla Motors confirmed forthcoming design and specification updates.
New crash tests of full-size pickup trucks are raising troubling questions about the safety of the popular Ram 1500.
The automaker on Monday announced the voluntary recall of 2,700 Model X vehicles built before March 26 at the company's plant in Fremont, California.
Will Tesla need to raise billions of dollars to expand its capacity?
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports automaker Tesla announcing it has received over 325,000 reservations for its new Model 3 electric car in just one week.
Tesla Motors Chief Executive Elon Musk has warned investors against seeking to benefit from a sharp fall in his company's share price.
Ford says it will be opening a new assembly plant in Mexico.
The Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit is offered to the first 200,000 buyers of an electric vehicle in the U.S. from each automaker.
Within 24 hours of launching its first lower-price electric car, Tesla locked in a large base of paid reservations directly from retail buyers.
Despite the fanfare it appears some on Wall Street are taking a much sterner view of the prospects for Tesla.
The chief executive of Italian car giant Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) has ruled out any merger with PSA Peugeot Citroen.
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.