Automakers are spending billions on in-car technology that owners have no interest in using.
Used car prices have risen to a record high, according to an Edmunds.com analysis, but the higher prices aren’t necessarily bad news.
A 2015 Volkswagen Golf traveled through 48 contiguous states on less than $300 in fuel, setting a Guinness World Record.
A new report from Wired Magazine describes an even easier method of remotely controlling a car while someone is driving.
Lexus is removing the price negotiation stress from the car buying experience by introducing no-haggle pricing.
More than 40,000 classic cars and special interest vehicles arrive for the Woodward Dream Cruise this Saturday.
Lexus has proved that a hoverboard, a skateboard-like device that floats above the ground, can be a reality — and it has the video to prove it.
Nisssan has a new sweepstakes where customers getting service can win a new car and other prizes.
Tesla is tapping its current owners to act as a sales force by offering them cash and other incentives, including a free Model X, when they refer friends who buy a car.
A new infant car seat has a warning system to prevent drivers from forgetting to buckle up their baby and from leaving them in the car.