Hey kids, want to put the brakes on a first date? Ruin a road trip? Impress your friends by not speeding? Then most of the new Ford lineup is for you. That’s because the majority of Ford’s models come with MyKey, a system that lets parents program aspects of their car to restrict certain…
Roughly two thirds of motorists polled in a newly-released survey by AAA support increased federal spending on infrastructure.
Through a decade of research, BMW is now able to use carbon fiber in mass production vehicles by greatly reducing production times.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has officially rated the Infiniti M sedan as a Top Safety Pick.
Porsche announced today that it will serve as the sole automotive sponsor for the fourth annual Turner Classic Movies Film Festival to celebrate the 911 sports car’s 50th anniversary.
Colored carbon fiber will be available soon thanks to U.K. automotive technology house Prodrive.
Nissan won’t raise the $12,780 price tag (including delivery) on its Versa sedan for 2014, but it will add new standard equipment.
Based on the Continental, Bentley is considering the possibility of bringing a coupe-styled sedan to market, targeting the Porsche Panamera, Maserati Quattroporte, as well as the Aston Martin Rapide.
Even if tennis doesn’t matter to you, Maria Sharapova’s name probably does. If not, there’s an even greater chance that will change in the near future.
Volvo won’t build a flagship sedan to compete with cars like the BMW 7 Series and says its customers wouldn’t be interested in a segment where V8 and V12 engines are the norm.
Last last year Fiat unveiled its electric 500e during the L.A. Auto Show, a car that Chrysler will take a $10,000 bath on every time it sells according to CEO Sergio Marchionne.
Niche luxury automaker Fisker laid off most of its workforce almost two weeks ago, but there could be updates on tap if the brand lasts into the 2014 model year.
General Motors announced today that OnStar’s First Assist service is accredited for emergency medical dispatching (EMD).
Building on the seemingly insatiable Chinese appetite for luxury, Lamborghini is bringing a special version of its Aventador flagship to Shanghai roughly a month after debuting the wild Veneno supercar.
Set to take on the Audi Q3 and BMW X1, Mercedes just released an official sketch of the GLA compact crossover that is expected to debut during the Shanghai auto show this weekend.
Eyeing BMW’s success with MINI, Daimler might be hoping to cash in on small car appeal even more with a product line to take on it’s rival’s smaller series of products.
Based on 46 candidates, Ward’s Auto just released its list of the top 10 best interiors of 2013, heavily favoring Asian vehicles. As is usual, the cars aren’t listed in any particular order. Perhaps the most interesting choice, Chevrolet’s Spark sub-compact made this list this year because of its funky neon color scheme.
Chevrolet has a big change in store for its little Spark sub-compact: the four-speed automatic will disappear to be replaced by a CVT.
Nissan will bring a sports car that sits below the current 370Z in some form to the Tokyo Motor Show in November.
President Barack Obama called for a 75 percent boost to the U.S. Department of Energy’s research budget today.
Should General Motors’ German subsidiary be scrapped? Not according to its American parent, which plans to pour four billion Euros into it through 2016.
Ford just announced a special edition package for its purpose-built off-roader: the SVT Raptor.
Chrysler announced recalls on several vehicles today across its range of brands totaling over 214,000 vehicles.
Nissan will likely discontinue the Altima Coupe, brand sales boss Al Castignetti said during a recent interview with Automotive News.