General Motors and Ford are touting their dirt-detection technology for ensuring a near-perfect paint job -- the first thing that catches a prospective buyer's eye.
German boutique carmaker Wiesmann, producer of exclusive BMW-powered sports cars with Austin Healey styling, has gone into liquidation.
Volkswagen will decide by the end of
the year whether to produce the
Crossblue SUV hybrid first shown in Detroit in January.
With Americans buoyed by an improving housing market, the AAA auto club
is predicting the highest turnout for travel over the Labor Day weekend since
the depths of the Great Recession.
Honda unveiled the NSX Concept-GT racing machine to
enter the GT500 class of the 2014 Super GT Series at the Suzuka Circuit.
California new-car sales continued to hum along in the first half of
the year, with the Toyota Prius and Honda Civic leading the way.
Tesla unveiled a supercharger station in the East Bay, moving the all-electric company closer to its goal of
creating a nationwide network.
Tesla Motors is fighting against bureaucracy and other
auto dealers' resistance to keep its electric car business in Virginia, officials said.
General Motors says it will recall nearly 300,000 Chevrolet
Cruze automobiles because of a faulty miscroswitch in their brake assist
U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said last week it will lower the fuel efficiency rating on the C-Max, a hybrid vehicle, from 47 miles per gallon in combined city and highway driving to 43 mpg.
Volkswagen on Friday opened
an engine plant with an initial capacity of 300,000 units per year in
the northeastern Chinese city of Changchun.
Federal regulators will require automakers
and motorcycle manufacturers to provide consumers a free, online means of
searching for recall information by punching in their vehicle identification
Audi has announced plans to jointly develop
a plug-in hybrid vehicle with its Chinese partner, First Automotive
Prices and sales
of used vehicles are down this year, auto industry experts say, a trend driven
by steady success in the new car market and a still-recovering economy.
The 2014 Chevrolet Cruze diesel shows a winning combo of power and fuel economy, but falls short inside despite roomy interior and trunk.