The Ford Mustang, America's first pony car, celebrates its 50th birthday with a swoon-worthy new design and plans to go global.
The RV industry is bouncing back after being hard hard by the recession.
RV manufacturers expect to pass another milestone in their recovery from the recession that landed the industry in a deep ditch.
Black Friday deals and an ongoing shift from cars to small SUVs boosted the auto industry in November, with analysts saying the surge likely boosted November sales above a strong month last year.
Volkswagen sales in the U.S. fell 16.2 percent last month compared to a year ago, but it was the German carmaker's second-best November since 1973.
U.S. automakers Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Group said sales of trucks and SUVs boosted overall sales in November.
Ford's U.S. sales in November of 190,449 vehicles are up 7 percent overall compared with last year. At 9 percent, retail sales are up for the best November performance since 2004.
The 2014 Kia Sorento was honored by a Hispanic motor press group.
Nissan has tested a self-driving vehicle on a public expressway in Japan, with a view to marketing such vehicles by 2020.
Ford Motor Co. will spend $150 million and add 350 news jobs at its Buffalo stamping plant.
Chrysler says it will look at an initial public offering in early 2014.
The leader of upstart automaker Tesla Motors says he is confident that its Model S electric car is safe and will be cleared by a federal investigation into two battery fires.
Tesla Motors executive George Blankenship, the marketing maven who led the company's retail operations and showroom expansions, has left the company.
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.