General Motors had high hopes for the Volt when it first went on sale. Although sales have significantly improved since its debut, it’s hardly been an industry juggernaut. With plug-in hybrid sales on the rise, though, GM just might get its wish.
Investing over $1.3-million into vehicle autonomy in 2013, Continental aims to help BMW achieve its goal of having fully automated cars by 2025.
At this year's Geneva Motor Show, KTM will show off its X-Bow GT. This racer adds a smidge of luxury to a purist car with the inclusion of a windshield and side glass.
The EV1 electric car, star of the documentary "Who Killed the Electric Car?" has been gone for nearly 10 years. If GM hadn't crushed it, how would this two-seater compare to the EVs of today?
VW invented the hot hatchback segment with the GTI, and seven generations later, it's bringing its newest version to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. And this year, it's even hotter than before.
Ford’s partnership with the GENIVI Alliance could give the domestic carmaker a major boost in its efforts to pull in car buyers who view staying connected as a way of everyday life.
At next week's 2013 Geneva Motor Show, aftermarket BMW tuner Alpina is set to unveil the latest B3 model, complete with a 404-horsepower twin turbocharged inline six-cylinder and eight-speed automatic transmission.
For 2013, Maserati adds two more seats and 10 more horsepower to its – already – fastest road-going car. Although the GranTurismo MC Stradale isn’t sold in the U.S., it’s always been a favorite.
Volvo unveils Active High Beam Control technology ahead of Geneva, hints at another safety tech premiere
Volvo debuts a new lighting technology that will automatically and selectively refocus the high beam headlights. Active High Beam Control, as it’s called, keeps the road illuminated without blinding oncoming drivers.
Geneva 2013: Land Rover to introduce first nine-speed automatic transmission – because eight just wasn’t enough
Land Rover’s new nine-speed transmission ups the luxury brand’s ante for fuel efficiency and performance. And it’s almost 17 pounds lighter than the outgoing 6-speed transmission.
Beating all other automakers to the punch, Hyundai has built the world’s first production-bound, hydrogen fuel-cell car. Slated primarily for Europe, the ix35 produces only water vapor from the tailpipe.
International auto shows are home to so many cars that we'll never get to drive here in America. With some luck and a solid business plan, these three automakers might just find a way to sell cars Stateside, too.
Fiat's version of a minivan, the 500L, is much smaller than other vans like the Honda Odyssey or Toyota Sienna. Now, Fiat plans on bringing the 500L Trekking stateside. A van that can park in smaller spaces and drive to different places, too.
With it's first-ever launch of a high-performance SUV, Audi hopes to make waves at this year's Geneva Motor Show with the 2014 RS Q3 compact crossover.
Nissan hinted it would unveil exciting new high-performance NISMO products last week. And after today’s unveiling we’re left feeling a bit cheated.