For those waiting to buy a Tesla Model 3, Elon Musk has announced a new two-year lease option for the Model S and Model X. However, there isn't much of a savings for losing out on a year and 200 miles when compared to the older three-year…
Mercedes-Benz E-Class television commercials showcase "intelligent" tech features that protect family members on a Loch Ness monster watch. If a collision is imminent, the car tries to protect your ears, and moves you away from…
Former Pininfarina designer Ken Okuyama has introduced a light, limited-edition supercar in Monterey. Called Kode57, it boasts a 6.0-liter V12 engine likely borrowed from Ferrari, a carbon fiber body, and a head-turning design.
A Honda patent application reveals plans for an 11-speed, triple-clutch transmission from the Japanese carmaker that seems aimed at improving efficiency. There's no telling when it might go into production, though.
Volkswagen is making an array of modifications to the Beetle and the Beetle Convertible for 2017. The retro icon receives a sharper, more chiseled look, and a handful of heritage-laced accents in the cabin.
The Ford GT will stay in production for an additional two years, giving buyers another opportunity to own the supercar, which is already sold out through its first two years of production. Ford will also keep racing the GT.
In celebration of Captain America's 75th anniversary, designers from Marvel and Harley-Davidson teamed up. The team created more than 25 custom motorcycles. Each motorcycle is based on a different Marvel Universe hero or villain.
Looking to avoid car salesmen at all costs? You might consider turning to your smartphone instead. At least, that appears to be the modus operandi for a surprising proportion of respondents in a recent study by Roadster.
As per a report from the New York Times, the transportation giant has been relatively open to the notion of selling itself to a larger company, having faced numerous challenges like regulation, competition, and more.
Uber and Lyft are in the news with experiments with self-driving cars. What happens to ridesharing service drivers if autonomous cars take over? The short term answer is "nothing," but in the longer term, there's reason for concern.