Auto Cutting Edge
Many in the traditional auto industry doubted that Tesla Motors could build an all-electric sedan from scratch in Silicon Valley. But this week the skeptics will witness the tech industry's most disruptive product launch of the year.
Ford expects to reduce by 25 percent the amount of energy it uses in its manufacturing plants over the next five years.
General Motors said Thursday that the 2013 Chevy Volt would be able to travel 38 miles on a single charge of electricity, up from 35 in the current version. After the Volt's battery pack is drained of electricity, the car's small gasoline engine kicks in so the driver doesn't have to stop to recharge.
Just a few weeks after General Motors curbed production of Volts, Chevrolet dealers in California are scrambling to get the extended-range electric cars on their lots as sales surge because of special state incentives for electric vehicles and West Coast gas still above $4 a gallon.
Zipcar Inc., a leading car-sharing network, today announced the launch of a pilot program for a new monthly membership plan now available in Chicago.
The rising price of gasoline combined with natural gas being cheaper than it has been in more than 10 years has businesses from transportation companies to waste management considering natural gas-fueled vehicles.
When we think of the Ford Fiesta, we think fun, sporty and fuel-efficient.
Starting at $16,720 MSRP, the 2012 Cruze is designed to fit seamlessly into a driver's ever-evolving life.
Trends in transportation, manufacturing and green technology offer an opportunity for Michigan to emerge as a global innovation center, Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford said today at the Mackinac Policy Conference.
It was inevitable that once Fiat assumed control of Chrysler, we'd see Fiat products back in the U.S. market sooner or later.
A new study on the appeal of hybrid cars released by J.D. Power and Associates this week found that ever-growing gasoline prices may not be enough to prompt widespread adoption of hybrid vehicles.