From practical production models to crazy concepts, a look at some of the freshest, coolest cars debuting at the New York International Auto Show.» Read More
The Mustang has stood the test of time, as only a handful of nameplates have been around for 50 years.
GM unveils new models, hopes for strong sales this year After massive recalls, General Motors is pushing forward with new car models unveiled at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. CNBC's Phil LeBeau explains.
Ford Motor Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields shows off the limited edition 50th anniversary version of the automaker's flagship muscle car, the Mustang GT, on Wednesday at the New York Auto International Show.
Porsche is about to start deliveries of its limited-edition 918 Spyder, a plug-in electric hybrid vehicle.
The two companies debuted Land Rover's Discovery Vision Concept vehicle aboard the Intrepid, ahead of the New York Auto Show.
General Motors announced on Monday that its heads of human resources and communications are leaving the company "to pursue other interests."
A large number of Americans are nervous about whether new technology in connected automobiles could be hacked and the data stolen.
New documents show Barra was kept clearly in the loop about a recall issue involving steering problems on the Saturn Ion and other GM products.
Five Senate Democrats urged the Justice Department to oppose efforts by GM to skirt financial responsibility on its recall.
BMW is issuing a worldwide recall of many models of cars with certain 6-cylinder motors after identifying a problem with a bolt used in the engine.
The 650S is the starter McLaren, priced at around $280,000—about a quarter of the price of its flagship P1 model.
GM will take a $1.3 billion charge against first quarter profit, stemming from the massive vehicle recall that has battered GM for weeks.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra calls the move "an interim step as we seek the truth about what happened."
It says drivers may continue to use the vehicles, but should contact BMW immediately if they see an engine warning light.
Today's vehicles are generally better than ever—both in terms of initial defects and long-term reliability. So what's with all the recalls?
Auto-lender Ally Financial's debut didn't receive a kind welcome from the market.
GM put two engineers on paid leave on Thursday, as an attorney investigates why the company took more than 10 years to recall millions of cars.
A study shows 20-year-old single men will pay higher premiums than a single woman his age, a married man his age and a married man five years older.
Transmission fluid leaks can cause engine fires. People who own the cars should contact their dealers.
A 5-star hotel will be built in a Ferrari theme park along with rides including the highest and fastest vertical accelerator in Europe.
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