April fools day is all about trickery and deceit, and just about every automaker chimed in today with their own clever jokes.
Looking for a new set of wheels that will catch the attention of the crush in your life? A well timed study (Valentines Day is coming up) reveals that women see attractive men as driving, not sports cars, but pickup trucks.
People with 3D printers are now able to make their own versions of past Honda concept cars from home.
Over its decades of existence, Legos have formed the foundation for some amazing creations, but this might be the best yet.
Billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk seems to think he can build a better car than Q…
Ford announced on Wednesday that Fiesta owners would be able to buy specially fitted vinyl wraps of bacon images for their cars.
The Mercedes design competition that asked people to pen their idea of the ultimate golf cart has given birth to a product.
It has four wheels, a racing seat and can reach an estimated 130 mph and Honda calls it the Mean Mower.
Like every car that BMW Motorsport creates, the BMW Motorsport tent is designed to be go fast, as fully constructing it should take just two minutes, about the time it takes to lap the Hockenheimring.
Porsche’s latest vehicle weighs 55 lbs, sports one seat and could build brand loyalty long before its driver understands the difference between a Porsche 911 and a Nissan Versa.
“Ultra-masculine anti-aging skin care,” that you can slather on your face is here…
Almost 25 percent of teen drivers in a study released today admitted to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Hyundai found itself in hot water today after an ad aimed at the European market used a suicide attempt to sell cars.
Japanese McDonald’s customers will have an easier time eating and driving starting on April 24 when the fast food giant will begin giving away the item shown above.
When classic rock band Rush’s “Tom Sawyer” comes on the radio, drummers everywhere can now play along with real tones, thanks to a new product from company Smack Attack turning the average steering wheel into a full drum kit.
In the hope of demonstrating the intelligence of rescued dogs, The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and its trainers has taught three dogs in New Zealand how to drive a car.
Marijuana growing operations and Porsche Cayennes and Panameras might have more in common than you would guess.
VTEC must have really kicked in because Honda is taking to the skies. The Japanese automaker known for its cars, motorcycles and power equipment just began commercial production of aircraft.
It was a nasty surprise for Eddie Ramones when he signed up to rent a Chevrolet Camaro SS while on vacation only to discover he had been bamboozled into driving the V6 model.
It’s a phrase people throw around: getting a “steal” of a deal, but for one Chevrolet buyer those words aren’t so casual.
With a go-anywhere, do-anything attitude, Subaru’s new XV Crosstrek is a car that can handle anyone’s demands, or at least that’s what the pantsless man in this commercial would have you believe.
This could be one of the best marketing ideas ever or one of the most embarrassing endorsements of all time, it’s up to you.
What’s the best way to react when people start smashing, burning and shooting speed cameras in the area you govern? Replace them and install cameras to watch those cameras, of course.
For the first time, there will be vehicle information kits available to consumers in the U.S. printed and electronically in Spanish.