Auto Cutting Edge
EcoMotors has formed a joint venture with a Chinese automaker that will allow the company to sell its small, clean diesel engines in the world's largest market.
Tesla Motors has set off wrangling among four states wanting to become the site of the electric-car maker's proposed "gigafactory" battery plant.
The Tesla Model S electric sedan is Consumer Reports' top pick in this year's automotive rankings, with the Toyota Prius getting the nod as top green car.
At this point in Tesla's tale, smaller investors might think hard before jumping on the supercharged bandwagon.
Ford is taking two steps forward, one step back in refining the MyFord Touch infotainment system to ensure customers remain connected with less frustration.
If your self-driving car suffers a glitch –- like your laptop just last week -– and runs down a load of schoolchildren, who is responsible?
Hybrid Technology, a group led by Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li, said Monday it would offer $55 million for Fisker Automotive.
The North American International Auto Show begins this week in Detroit with media and industry previews. Meanwhile, here are some of the new cars and concept vehicles unveiled at the show.
Ford introduced a new F-150 made with an aluminum alloy body that saves about 700 pounds and improves fuel economy.
Ford plans to unveil at this month's International CES gadget show a solar-powered concept car that offers the same performance as a plug-in hybrid but without the need for a plug.
An upgraded C7 Corvette from Hennessey Performance reached 200.6 mph on a stretch of the Grand Parkway west of Houston, as verified by Texas state troopers armed with radar guns.
Ultracompact cars are seen as the future of private transportation in Japan, where gas is expensive and most car trips are six miles or less.
Nissan has tested a self-driving vehicle on a public expressway in Japan, with a view to marketing such vehicles by 2020.
The L.A. Auto Show is the usual high-horsepower pony show of hot models, high tech, and never-before-seen shiny cars. Vroom vroom!
Honda revealed a sleek fuel-cell concept car at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Porsche, meanwhile, is about to make the switch to an SUV company that also happens to sell sports cars.