Lotus founder Colin Chapman's motto was "simplify, and add lightness," but the Evora Sports Racer should appeal to buyers who want a more luxurious sports car.
BYD hopes to open its first overseas plant in 2013, with production to ramp up to 500 vehicles per year by 2015.
Taking inspiration from a USB drive, a New Zealand firm has designed a high-tech camper of the future, and it looks pretty awesome.
The Fold's electric drivetrain allows it to do things that wouldn't be possible with a regular car, making it better suited to an urban environment.
It seems all the truly cool Volkswagens are saved for the European market. That, however, just might be changing with the Golf R Cabriolet.
“No one likes change,” explained Infiniti President. Apparently, Infiniti fans abhor it.
It seems that Nissan believed a little bit too much of their own hype when it came to electric cars, now they're having to rethink how they sell them.
Watch your back: Transportation Secretary wants mandatory rearview camera bill finalized by the end of December
Mandatory rearview cameras could prevent 300 deaths per year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says, but would add up to $203 to the cost of each new car.
GM's hybrid system might have made for the most efficient pickups back in 2009, but much less expensive truck can achieve the same mileage without the extra equipment.
Some modern cars monitor weather conditions, traffic alerts, and pedestrian activity. What if they also monitored your heart rate?
A teaser image shows the styling from Cadillac's 2009 Converj concept to be mostly intact, which bodes well for the brand's first plug-in hybrid.
Say goodbye to every Infiniti moniker you’ve ever known – or been confused by. The Japanese automaker is looking to simplify its naming structure across the board, beginning with all its 2014 model year cars.
The world's only production electric SUV has impressive performance and range, but its high price may be dampening consumers' enthusiasm.