Paul A. Eisenstein is a CNBC contributor and the publisher of thedetroitbureau.com. He has over 30 years of experience covering the auto industry.
A mix of models topped the charts in the U.S. News and World Report "Best Cars for Families" annual awards.
The last of 450 Bugatti Veyron models is set to go on display at the Geneva Motor Show next week. NBC News reports.
While there are still a few off-the-wall cars shown at the Detroit Auto Show, these days, what you see very well may be what you get.
Drivers who depend on diesel fuel were still paying an average of $3.21 a gallon as of Dec. 29.
A total of 71 vehicles have earned either a Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+ award, up from just 39 models during 2014.
Combined new and used auto sales are likely to rise 8.3 percent to $1.1 trillion this year, according to TrueCar.
Car theft has plunged 58 percent since its all-time high, according to new FBI data.
Auto recalls are adding momentum to a broad industry shift away from conventional ignition switches.
Roughly 85 percent of the vehicles Nissan expects to sell in the U.S. next year will be produced in North America.
The new Mercedes-Maybach S600 will be the biggest vehicle in the German maker's luxury line-up--and its priciest--when it hits showrooms next year.