Failure to meet federal standards has some cars on the hot seat.
Toyota and Microsoft have a new concept car that reduces driver distractions before the driver gets behind the wheel.
People have discussed hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars for decades, and the technology is getting closer.
Automakers have long used robots in car production, but Toyota has recently put a robot in space.
An NYPD officer was surprised recently with the title to his current car and the keys to a second car.
Toyota has donated 1.25 million meals to Food Bank for New York City.
Toyota is the most valuable car brand, surpassing BMW in the 2013 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study.
Not all hybrid cars are created equal. Some deliver genuine benefits to the environment and consumers, while others are just pricey options that allow automakers to cash in on those five green little letters. This week the Union of Concerned Scientists unveiled its 2011 Hybrid Scorecard to help consumers tell the difference. The Scorecard rates
At some point in nearly every conversation I’ve had about the bailout of the American auto industry, someone brings up the idea that many American cars “are made in Mexico anyway.” While that’s an exaggeration, there’s a perception — well-founded in some cases — that U.S. car companies appeal to the patriotism of Americans to
Howdy, pilgrim, it’s another recall roundup (insert sound of blasting six shooters here). This week, we’ve herded up a whole passel of defective little doggies. Saddle up and find out if your auto is on the list! This month Ford announced it was expanding a recall of its Ford F-150 and Lincoln Mark LT trucks