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Volkswagen and Daimler are recalling 1.5 million vehicles in the United States due to potentially faulty airbags made by Takata.
Google's self-driving car has received a boost after a U.S. regulator said the software behind the car should be defined as a "driver."
Connected and driverless cars are a "great opportunity" for the industry, according to the CEO of semiconductor company ARM Holdings.
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.
The trend of middle-age men spending cash on fast cars and big bikes isn’t likely to end, Matt Levatich, CEO of Harley-Davidson told CNBC.
Ferrari on Monday released the first images of the GTC4Lussoa, a new 12-cylinder monster that could help the company's margins.
A real estate developer was the buyer of a 1957 Ferrari that sold for more than $35 million, according to people familiar with the sale.
Ford will construct a new assembly plant in Mexico and ramp up output from that country, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Buick is hoping to catch a Super Bowl ad win with its first-ever big game commercial, which features Odell Beckham Jr.
A team of eight rugby players were able to stop a fully powered Red Bull Formula One car. Physics prove how it was possible.
Due to a quirk in auction locations and currency exchange rates, the title for the most expensive car ever auctioned is in dispute.
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Continental Automotive Systems is recalling 5 million Honda, Fiat Chrysler, and other vehicles to replace air bag control units.
"I'm seeing a huge momentum for our company which we believe will continue in 2016", Daimler's chairman, Dr. Dieter Zetsche told CNBC.
Despite record profits, strong profit margins and sales that show no sign of slowing down, auto stocks are tumbling.
Federal regulators said Toyota dealerships had charged black and Asian borrowers higher interest rates than non-white borrowers.