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Brad Keselowski is the NASCAR star driver with the highest crash rate at Daytona, according to exclusive data analysis by CNBC.
Strong sales, a weaker euro and renewed hopes for the euro zone have helped propel shares in European carmakers to record highs this year.
Your connected car is getting a little easier to compromise.
American auto buyers are borrowing more than ever, but the people taking out auto loans may surprise you.
Bad drivers stopped for moving violations are paying much higher car insurance premiums in many states.
Facing overwhelming demand from investors, Uber has expanded its Series E round of venture financing by $1 billion, The New York Times reports.
The economics surrounding a certain commodity can be a game changer for city officials in the snow belt. And it's sitting on your dinner table.
After months of speculation, British luxury carmaker Rolls Royce confirmed on Wednesday that it is developing a sports utility vehicle (SUV).
Many are overlooking the big battle that's already taking shape in the auto industry: Who will win drivers' time behind the wheel?
"Shark Tank" investor Kevin O'Leary tells CNBC that he's excited about an Apple car and thinks it can exist within the next five years.
A Chinese startup is giving every employee with more than four months with the company a Tesla for their traditional year-end bonus.
Trevor Finn, CEO of Pendragon, discusses the trends in the U.K. car market and says the strength of the sector is "sustainable."
Japanese carmaker Honda Motor plans to slow production due to a parts shortage caused by a partial shutdown of ports along the West Coast.
Several hundred employees are working to create an Apple electric car, Dow Jones reported.
The Us Postal Service has taken the first step toward replacing its long-time mail truck, The Wall Street Journal reports.
What if you had a self-driving car that could drop you off and find a parking spot or adjust how it drives based on weather conditions?
In the wake of Tesla's big fourth-quarter earnings and sales miss, auto analyst Adam Jonas says now is the perfect time to jump in.
The Three Stooges could have done a better conference call than Elon Musk did after Tesla's earnings miss, CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.
Leave it to Tesla's Elon Musk to spice up a quarterly earnings call with a vague comment that will spark speculation on what's coming up next.
Tesla reported a loss of 13 cents per share—analysts had expected profits of 31 cents per share.