Toyota has a fine lineup heading to Las Vegas this year for the annual SEMA Show.
Volkswagen’s first full-electric vehicle for the U.S. is also the most efficient in its class.
In response to the FIFTH recall of the new Honda Fit the company’s board has cut CEO Takanobu Ito’s pay by a whopping 20 percent!
With SEMA just around the corner builders are now revealing the projects they’re taking to Las Vegas next month.
The folks at Green Car Journal have just released their list of finalists for the 2015 Green Car of the Year award. The group includes a surprising diversity of vehicles from several manufacturers.
The Mazda2 is one of the most under-appreciated subcompact cars on the market.
The Ford Focus Electric is now cheaper than ever.
Ford engineers are cooking up a new ultra-high-performance Focus RS. The car is baking in the product-development oven right now and it should be set to go on sale as soon as the timer goes off in 2016.
The all-new Mazda2 has won Japan’s most coveted automotive award.
Looking to get your hands on a 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf? Are you always an early-adopter? Well, VW is auctioning off the first of these all-electric cars in the U.S. and proceeds from the sale will help an environmental charity.
General Motors has confirmed that it is developing another electric vehicle that will sell beside the Volt and Spark EV.
Car companies are pretty clever. A lot of time, research and money gets spent before a new product is created.
Honda believes its 2016 Civic Type R will outperform all previous Type R models.
Sorry Honda fans, because this is like rubbing salt in an open wound. The Civic Type R will be the best performance car Honda has ever built and chances are slim of it reaching the U.S.
Nissan has finally unveiled the sporty hot hatch we’ve been asking for… In concept form.
The MINI variants keep on coming and the latest is the all-new 5-door MINI hardtop.
The new Ford Focus ST is getting a diesel engine option… In Europe.
The Civic Type R Concept II is getting a lot of attention these days, but that’s no surprise. Not only is it aiming to be the fastest front-wheel drive vehicle around the Nurburgring, it’s also boasting to be the most extreme Honda Type R vehicle ever made.
The original Toyota Prius revolutionized the automotive industry in 1997.
Tire technology is advancing quickly. Today there are specialty tires for every application: snow tires, ice tires, dirt tires, three season tires, low-rolling resistance tires; the list goes on and on.
The Mitsubishi Mirage might be the last vehicle you think of when it comes to race cars.
The Nissan Leaf led the way in a record-setting EV parade.
Scion has released sketches previewing two additional projects heading to Las Vegas this year.
Mazda is hoping its new subcompact hatch will break away from the segment.