Sixty-five years after the first VW Beetle arrived in the U.S. as a distinctively shaped little car, the Beetle keeps attracting buyers with its spacious interior, turbo engine power and modernized iconic look.
Toyota showed off its newly redesigned 2015 Camry at the New York Auto Show this week.
A Brazilian car parts manufacturer, planning to break ground later this month for its first U.S. facility, expects to create 73 jobs over the next three years.
Hyundai is unleashing its redesigned Sonata at the New York Auto Show this week.
The Ford Mustang celebrates 50 years this week and became an overnight sensation for car buyers.
Chevrolet is bringing its smallest SUV to the United States in early 2015.
Accept this column as gratitude for the 2014 Nissan Altima 2.5 SL sedan.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is shaking up the executive ranks, replace top human resource and public relations positions.
The new CEO of Peugeot expects the French carmaker to start turning a profit by 2018.
At the New York Auto Show this week automakers are wooing consumers with lots of innovations.
Chrysler said it will take a $130 million charge against first-quarter earnings because of the falling value of Venezuela's currency, the bolivar.
General Motors says another part needs to be repaired in the 2.6 million small cars already being recalled for an ignition switch defect.
Recalls by GM, Ford and Toyota have put automakers on a record pace this year as they scramble to avoid bad publicity, government fines and criminal prosecution.
General Motors said Thursday it has put two engineers on paid leave for their involvement with the company's failure to recall faulty ignition switches.
The Ford Focus has climbed to the top of the compact car heap and will try to maintain that position with major updates for the 2015 model year.