Auto Cutting Edge
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.
The Tokyo Motor Show opened Wednesday, with Toyota unveiling a new model and Nissan touting its aerodynamic BladeGlider for energy-conscious drivers.
When Hyundai starts selling its hydrogen-powered Tucson SUV, it will be the first mass-market fuel cell vehicle to be sold or leased in the U.S.
Volkswagen's e-Golf, a 115 hp zero-emissions auto that can recharge up to 80 percent of its battery capacity in 30 minutes, is set to make its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Chrysler Group LLC revealed 20 Mopar-modified show vehicles this week ahead of the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas on Nov. 5-8.
As the auto industry races to give cars more miles to the gallon without the added cost of a full-scale hybrid or electric car, a new style of battery designed by Johnson Controls in Milwaukee is entering the fray: the micro hybrid.
Toyota's most advanced technology passenger car, the Prius Plug-in, will be available to customers at a substantially reduced price beginning with the 2014 model year.
Volkswagen claims the new XL1 is the world's most fuel-efficient and aerodynamic vehicle.
The Department of Energy will auction $168 million in debt Fisker Automotive owes U.S. taxpayers in exchange for what should amount to a controlling stake in the company, the DOE announced Wednesday.
A top General Motors executive says company engineers are working on an electric car that can go 200 miles per charge and cost around $30,000.
Chrysler hosts the 14th annual business Matchmaker at its Auburn Hills, Mich. headquarters.
The new Honda Accord Hybrid will have a best-in-class fuel economy rating of 50 mpg when it goes on sale later this year.
Google has teamed up with Virginia Tech researchers as
it works to bring its vision of cars that can drive themselves one step closer