Jay Leno explains the complicated relationship between electric and gasoline.» Read More
Tesla Motors attempts to set itself apart from its rivals with a "fair" pricing of the Model S in China.
Hyundai posted its first year-on-year fall in quarterly revenue in nearly three years, as the stronger won weighed and imported rivals gained ground.
Federal regulators plan to propose a long awaited test for side crash protection in child safety seats Wednesday.
A new set of crash tests involving minicars has a safety group telling consumers to be wary of very small vehicles.
The market for American muscle cars—which saw irrational run-ups in the mid-2000s—is back.
General Motors announced a new pay structure for its top executives that includes a cash base salary of $1.6 million for Chief Executive Mary Barra.
Members of Generation Y are worried about the affordability of buying or leasing a car, according to a new study by Deloitte.
A rare 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS is rusted out, and the engine won't start, but it could fetch $2 million at auction this weekend.
European car sales rose 13.3 percent in December, the European Automobile Manufacturer's Association said, but declined 1.7 percent in 2013 from the previous year.
The number of beefy vehicles on display indicates that buyers have grown tired of stodgy and want something sexy.
General Motors' new CEO Mary Barra has been surrounded by reporters hoping to hear a few comments from the woman charged with leading GM.
GM will pay the first quarterly dividend on its common stock in almost six years, marking another step in the automaker's recovery from bankruptcy.
Tesla shares are higher on bullish sales numbers as the government issues a "recall" over issues with power adapters.
Kia debuted a lightweight concept car: the GT4 Stinger. The concept suggests that Kia's management is thinking about building a sport car that could put a halo around the brand.
Cadillac's downsized ATS sedan is about to be joined by a new coupe—Caddy's smallest two-door ever.
From Bugs to Dune Buggies, a new exhibition at the LeMay museum is celebrating the Volkswagen.
The most important event on the U.S. automotive calendar is showcasing a new crop of light cars that can still break speed records.
Toyota delivered one of the big surprises to come from this year's Detroit Auto Show—it revealed the new FT-1 sports car concept.
Ford and General Motors showed off new trucks while Mercedes, BMW and Porsche displayed new luxury vehicles at the Detroit Auto Show.
Top bosses at retail and automotive companies are noticing the same thing about the U.S. economy, and it has them optimistic.