Next Monday, Audi will be demonstrating its progress towards autonomous driving in public.
Chrysler’s upcoming seven-passenger crossover could be built on a minivan platform.
The facelifted Jaguar XJ is shedding most of its camouflage for new spy photos.
The Buick Regal and Volvo S60 are improved enough to rival offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
If you were hoping something monumental would come from the “Hack-a-Tesla” contest in China, prepare to be disappointed.
Tesla is gearing up to produce its next model.
Midsize sedans are a big deal; this segment is one of the most important in the automotive industry. Corporate fortunes are won or lost on the backs of these versatile, hard-working cars.
General Motors has issued a stop-sale order on certain models of the 2003-2013 Cadillac CTS and 2004-2006 SRX.
The Hyundai Azera may get the axe in the U.S. because of its own stablemate.
Toyota has improved its Sienna minivan bumper to bumper for the 2015 model year.
There’s an unannounced change heading to the 2015 Chevrolet Volt.
Sedans aren’t the most popular vehicle body style in the U.S. anymore.
As expected, Cadillac has taken to the Nürburgring to put its next-generation CTS-V to the test.
The refreshed Toyota Sienna will debut this Thursday.
Hyundai is readying its next-generation Santa Fe to seat up to eight people.
The Porsche Pajun has been delayed again to at least 2019.
The 2015 Hyundai Sonata has barely arrived in showrooms is already been recalled.
Volkswagen is rumored to be bringing its Touran MPV to the U.S.
The Cadillac Escalade could be next on the list to get a Vsport variant.
Jaguar has confirmed that the all-new XE will make its worldwide debut in September.
Toyota is pushing to lead the fuel economy race with an all-new new engine family, and the Camry will be the first non-hybrid car to reap the benefits.
Tesla has decided to settle with the self-proclaimed King of the Lemon Laws, Vince Megna.
Hacking computer networks and security systems is so last year. It’s all about hacking cars now.
As if BMW‘s lineup isn’t confusing enough, the German automaker may be changing things up again.