Auto Cutting Edge
Harley-Davidson's announcement of a prototype could bring electric motorcycles into the main stream.
Google and Detroit's automakers appear to have a mutual distrust when it comes to building self-driving cars.
Knobs, toggles and push-buttons are coming on strong to give cars a more high-tech feel in their controls.
The next-generation of the plug-in Chevrolet Volt will get a load of new technology and will make its world debut in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
British officials says driverless cars will be tested on roads in as many as three cities in a trial program to begin in January.
Automatic stop-start systems in automobiles provide a 5 percent to 7 percent improvement in fuel economy and a similar reduction in carbon-dioxide emissions, according to new research from AAA.
Hit the throttle on the Energica Ego motorcycle and all you hear is a faint metallic whine and the rush of the wind.
Chrysler will improve fuel economy on the 200 sedan and Jeep Cherokee by offering its stop-start technology.
Harley-Davidson is taking its recently unveiled electric motorcycle for a consumer test drive called Project LiveWire.
The new air bag in Ford's 2015 Mustang is smaller and lighter, which makes for a roomier interior.
The times are changing with Harley-Davidson unveiling its first electric motorcycle next week in New York.
Ford is lowering its fuel economy estimates for six models, including the Fiesta subcompact and hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions of the Fusion sedan.
Hyundai Motor marked the commercial debut of mass-produced hydrogen fuel cell cars in the U.S. on Tuesday with its limited-edition Tucson.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, self-proclaimed hunter of California jobs, cruised through Sacramento in a Tesla after the Brown administration announced steps to persuade the car's maker to build a massive battery factory here.
Ford and Heinz are collaborating on replacing petrochemicals in plastic parts with sustainable materials made of tomato fibers.