In 23 years selling Volkswagens, Steve Kalafer reckons he has never seen anything as bad as the German automaker's rigging of emissions tests.» Read More
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says that nearly 6 out of 10 moderate to severe teen crashes are the result of driver distraction.
New technology for the car called EyeLock will be able to scan your iris to identify the driver, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports some new cars in a few years will include "EyeLock," a technology which scans your eyes to confirm the identity of the driver.
Teen Driver, which will be offered in the new 2016 Chevy Malibu, will allow parents to see how their teen did behind the wheel.
Tesla shares were down Thursday after it announced a new "auto steering" feature, but these pros see great things ahead.
There are more than 9,000 electric vehicle charging stations across the U.S.
A survey measuring the satisfaction of people taking their vehicles into dealerships for service ranks five Fiat Chrysler brands the worst.
From Elon Musk's perspective, it's not a question of whether or not autonomous-drive vehicles will become a fixture on roads and highways.
Two lawyers at the heart of the case said a new round of drama will soon take place.
Experts warn that car owners may need to face sanctions should they fail to make needed recall repairs.
CEO Martin Winterkorn has almost accomplished his goal of making Volkswagen the world's No. 1 automaker.
A mix of models topped the charts in the U.S. News and World Report "Best Cars for Families" annual awards.
CNBC contributor and former GM VIce Chairman Bob Lutz, explains what's stalling Cadillac sales. Phil LeBeau, provides perspective.
Despite near constant chatter about self-driving vehicles revolutionizing how the world gets around, a new report says the transformation will take longer than many have predicted.
New data from Experian show auto loans with terms of six or more years surged in the fourth quarter.
The Russian car market could take up to five years to recover from the country's economic volatility, leaders in the global auto industry believe.
Seven months after the GM ignition switch victim compensation fund started accepting applications, five offers have been rejected.
Warren Buffett also says it's a bad idea for GM's board to include a director who will be compensated by a group of hedge funds that own a stake.
Despite the improving backdrop for Europe's auto industry, manufacturers are keeping an eye on the uncertainty in Russia
In-car connectivity and communication systems are twice as likely to break down after three years than during the first three months.