The 2015 Hyundai Sonata is getting a rough start. Barely into its launch, the company is launching a second recall campaign affecting the new sedan.
Next Monday, Audi will be demonstrating its progress towards autonomous driving in public.
Nissan has admitted that it loses money on every Leaf battery replacement.
Cadillac announced a list of upgrades today for the ATS including a power upgrade and new equipment.
Chevrolet is preparing to add another electric vehicle to its lineup.
The facelifted Jaguar XJ is shedding most of its camouflage for new spy photos.
The recalls from General Motors continue to roll in.
The Buick Regal and Volvo S60 are improved enough to rival offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
The 2015 Dodge Dart has earned the highest safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
If you were hoping something monumental would come from the “Hack-a-Tesla” contest in China, prepare to be disappointed.
The next-generation Chevrolet Malibu is shaping up to be one stylish sedan.
Indian automaker Tata will be turning to Jaguar Land Rover to expand its stable.
There’s a plug-in hybrid version of Audi’s flagship sedan coming in the near future.
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.
Rumored since the Chevrolet SS debuted, two much needed features will be heading to the sports sedan’s equipment list for 2015.
Another successful Rally North America (RNA) event has come and gone. The last of the stragglers have finally made their way home and 75 cars are getting a well-deserved rest.
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.
Tesla’s “affordable” third generation sedan might have a name to run with instead of being called the Model E.
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.