There's been no official word from Apple on the existence of an electric vehicle project, but its latest high-profile hiring – of auto industry veteran Doug Betts – is the latest sign that the company may well be developing such a car.
Audi's next generation TT RS, due out late next year as a 2017 model, should boast around 400 HP, but won't be available with a manual transmission. That leaves only a few sports cars left with the standard transmission option.
Mini will reportedly inflate its next-generation Countryman to offer an "authentic SUV" that will offer more space for passengers. The larger model will also be more rugged to handle on and off-road trips.
Shell U.K. has launched its pay-at-the-pump PayPal service, which allows customers to purchase gasoline without entering the store. Called Fill Up & Go, the service is a part of the Shell Motorist app and works with Android and Apple…
Ferrari has issued a recall for a number of its vehicles due to an issue with airbag misalignment. Vehicles built between December of last year to April could potentially have an airbag module incorrectly installed, which would cause injury…
The Tesla Model X will reportedly get the same "Ludicrous" mode unveiled last week for the Model S when it debuts later this year, allowing the falcon-doored electric crossover to reach 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds.
BMW will travel to the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance to introduce two new concepts. One will likely preview the upcoming M2, a hot-rodded version of the 2 Series, while the other will give us an early look at the limited-edition M4 GTS.
Tesla has revealed that the long-awaited second-generation Roadster will be introduced in 2019. Likely to be designed and built in-house, the Roadster will be able to sprint from zero to 60 mph in less than 2.8 seconds.