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Ford is reporting record sales of about 1.1 million vehicles in China last year.
McLaren Automotive delivered a record number of cars in 2015 and is on track to deliver even more in 2016 with the launch of a new lower-priced model.
Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Renault CEO, discusses the future of driving.
Ford said it will restate its financial results since 2011 and show a $1.5 billion rise in 2015 pretax profit as it changes its pension reporting.
BlackBerry showed off its latest technology at CES which demonstrated how cars can communicate with each other.
German automaker assumes it will have to buy back about 115,000 cars in the U.S. due to the emissions scandal, according to a newspaper report.
The previous record for registrations in Britain was set in 2003 when 2.58 million new cars were sold.
The U.S. auto industry saw record sales in 2015, but a flat December may portend a rough road ahead this year, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
Volkswagen has stepped up its pursuit of driverless cars as it looks to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it.
After a tough opening day for the stock market, at least one automaker says it's not worried about 2016.
Toyota has chosen a technology developed by Ford to allow consumers to access smartphone apps and features via their dashboard.
Inter-car communication will change how we drive and how our cars and trucks handle situations that often lead to crashes and deadly accidents.
After a year-long shutdown and a $125 million facelift, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is open once more.
Many of the fastest-appreciating cars in the collectibles market are foreign sports cars, making them a good bet for investors.
No, it's not your imagination; traffic is getting heavier, says Steve Kopits. For investors, it's a good time to buy these sectors.
This futurist has been coming up with breakthroughs since he was a teenager. Among his big hits: e-payments, the electric car and reusable rockets.
The 44th Tokyo Motor Show kicked off on October 28 with a focus on cars that drive themselves, eco-friendly tech, and a digital-savvy generation.
What man doesn't want to live like James Bond? Now you can, with CNBC's guide to eating, drinking, dressing and traveling like Bond, inspired by "Spectre."
The sale of Ferrari shares raised $893.1 million for parent company Fiat Chrysler. CNBC looks at some of the most expensive luxury sports cars.
Ferrari makes its stock trading debut this week. Here are 10 of its iconic vehicles ahead of its IPO.