A Toyota employee has created a cast of superhero characters to teach and remind his co-workers about safety.
Tesla will offer a new version of its Model S that would make it the fastest accelerating production car today and the third fastest ever produced.
A rare BMW owned by Elvis Presley that was “lost” for more than 50 years is unveiled to the public, fully restored.
The U.S. Justice Department finds evidence against VW of criminal wrongdoing, while Tesla falls short of delivery projections and one of its cars catches fire during a test drive in France.
Top Tier gas, which is marketed as being better for a car’s engine, really is better, according to a new study by AAA.
Technology to monitor blind spots and avoid collisions score highly with drivers in a J.D. Power and Associates study.
Environmental regulators expect that automakers will fall short of the fuel-efficiency standards that feds wanted them to achieve by 2025.
Tesla has reached a $2.6 billion deal to combine with SolarCity, creating what it calls “creating the world’s only vertically integrated sustainable energy company.”
The number of people killed in car crashes in the U.S. has jumped dramatically in 2015 compared to the prior year.
Tesla’s CEO outlines plan to build more car models, be a player in public transportation and continue developing its Autopilot technology to a future of fully autonomous cars.