VIA Motors hopes to expand beyond its current range of work vehicles based on General Motors products to include luxury and performance plug-ins.
There are still a lot of misconceptions about diesel-powered cars in the United States, but are they really any better or worse than popular hybrids gracing the roads?
The past 12 months saw the EV field expand in breadth and depth, with new models in new categories taking to the road.
When it comes to the way a car looks, what's under the skin can be just as important as the skin itself.
It’s no longer the 1990s and most every brand-new car is pretty darn good. Automakers -- especially the American big three -- have spent a lot more time in recent years making sure they’re building good-looking, fuel-efficient, fun-to-drive, and safe…
From Google Earth in your dash and 4G hotspots, to backup cameras that stitch together a simulated birds-eye view of your car, these computers on wheels offer the most advanced technology you can get built into a car today.
With the holiday season upon us, we've decided to indulge ourselves in some wishful thinking with a list of cars we'd love to see parked inside our very own garages.
F1 cars go fast, very fast, but more than just speed, these mean machines are packing some seriously cool tech inside and out.
While the U.S. auto industry is brimming with sweet rides, foreign markets are touting a handful of vehicles we'd love to drive on home soil.
The number of new vehicle platforms in the Franco-American "Global Strategic Alliance" has dropped from four to three, but work has begun on new B- and C-segment cars.
As many have hoped, the DC100 concept is being pushed toward production as new entry-level Land Rover
So proud of autonomous vehicle technology, Toyota and Lexus announce an announcement.
Typically when information is leaked from an automaker ahead of time, an outsider leaks it accidentally. Going against the grain, Ferrari has leaked its own information on its upcoming Enzo replacement.
This carbon fiber-clad concept car is literally on fire, and previews a new sedan from Toyota.
Even though cars that can drive themselves are still a long ways off, Continental is pushing ahead with the technology in order to secure an early lead.