The Sherp is a two-person ATV from Russia that can go just about anywhere. With its enormous self-inflating tires, aquatic capabilities, and ridiculous maneuverability, the Sherp is the weekend warrior you never knew you needed.
The systems controlling Google's self-driving cars could be considered "drivers," the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said. This is a potential step toward full legalization of autonomous cars.
Honda has confirmed it will ship the next generation of the Civic Hatchback from Swindon, England, to the United States for the first time ever. The Civic Hatchback will be previewed by a close-to-production concept at the Geneva Auto Show.
Chevrolet's entry-level Trax crossover will enter the 2017 model year with a nip and tuck. The facelift brings a new infotainment system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a less cluttered-looking cabin.
Cadillac is reportedly planning to improve its Escalade's luxury and technology features so it can move upmarket. This might put the SUV in contention with Mercedes-Benz's planned Maybach SUV and Land Rover's Range Rover premium model.
SEMA is raising an alarm based on its concern over the EPA's latest interpretation of Clean Air laws that would prohibit modifications to street legal cars. The adjustments would mean owners couldn't modify their cars for racing.
Uber is turning the tables ... on itself. To protest regulation changes in Paris that critics claim were made to appease taxi drivers, the transportation giant shut down its services in the French capital for around four hours on Tuesday.
A recent news report claimed a six-month delay in the launch of the Alfa Romeo Giulia was due to poor performance in internal crash tests, but Alfa vigorously denies this, calling the report "not accurate."