Earlier today Tesla announced that it had repaid its government loan nine years early and claimed to be the first American automaker to have cleared its government debts in full.
Chevrolet has announced that its 2014 Spark EV will be priced from $27,495 including an $810 destination fee.
Ford Australia has confirmed that it’ll be shutting down its operations from October 2016, costing nearly 1,200 jobs in Victoria.
The Nissan Leaf-based Infiniti electric car will use induction-based charging, aiming to do away with charging cables.
As expected, Tesla has repaid its government loan nine years early, becoming the first American automaker to have paid back the government.
This year’s Indianapolis 500 will not only have a special guest pace car, but also a special pace car driver in the form of Super-Bowl runner-up San Francisco 49ers head coach, Jim Harbaugh.
Following tornadoes tearing through Oklahoma, Chrysler, General Motors and Ford are contributing aid to the storm victims.
Lexus’ new IS sport sedan will be available as a coupe variant and is planned for 2014 according to a recent report.
The BMW M4 is in pre-production form now, as AutoGuide’s spy photographers have caught a non-black M4 testing at Nurburgring.
In an effort to meet rising demand for its vehicles, Ford will increase production capacity and produce more units this year.
Hyundai won’t be the first automaker to manufacture and sell a fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV), but it will be the first company to mass produce such a vehicle with the Tuscon FCEV, which will be available in 2015.
Pumping gasoline into a diesel Volkswagen voids the warranty and can lead to costly repairs, which is why the brand is kicking off a massive modification campaign.
Three former Saab executives, including former CEO Jan-Aake Jonsson, were arrested by Swedish prosecutors in an accounting fraud probe.
The Mitsubishi G4 Concept, which debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show, has become a production model in the form of the Attrage, a compact sedan that could reach North America in the future.
The Kia Quoris full-size luxury, rear-drive sedan has been confirmed to go on sale in America starting next year.
Rumors of a Maserati supercar based on the Ferrari LaFerrari have been debunked, as the brand’s CEO has denied reports that the Italian automaker is developing its own version of the LaFerrari.
To celebrate its third Formula 1 Constructors’ world title, Renault and Red Bull Racing have teamed up to create the limited edition Megane Renaultsport Red Bull Racing RB8.
Based on the Jeep Grand Cherokee and slated to be the brand’s volume seller, Maserati’s Levante SUV has remained more-or-less in the dark despite its crucial role for the brand.
Toyota has already teased the upcoming Corolla with the Furia Concept, but now the brand has released the first official photo.
Sergio Marchionne has issued a written apology to the Italian American ONE VOICE Coalition for a comment he made during last January’s Detroit Auto Show.
Subaru has announced pricing for the 2014 Legacy and Outback, both of which retain their starting MSRP from 2013.
Elon Musk, Tesla’s ever enigmatic CEO, announced over Twitter that the company will likely repay its government debt by Wednesday, May 22.
Demand for an electric cargo van that can only travel up to 50 mph isn’t strong enough to justify full production.
Ten years ago the so called “tuner scene” was in full affect. Every manufacturer wanted a piece of this compact performance pie and the possibilities seemed endless for consumers. But, like any automotive trend, time moves on, tastes change and only a handful of hopped up economy cars remain. That didn’t deter Ford. After years…