Mercedes-Benz does not like copycats, as the company showed when it destroyed an unauthorized replica of one of its most famous cars.
Translogic recently made the trek to Germany to see what exactly the difference are between the Chevrolet Volt and the Opel Ampera.
Audi says its A8 hybrid will get better mileage than its rivals from BMW, Mercedes, and Lexus, but this green machine won't be coming to the U.S.
Track your car and your loved ones with OnStar's new Family Link service.
Ford is setting up shop in sunny California. The American automaker will establish a new research facility in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Toyota released a teaser image of its New York Auto Show-bound all-new Avalon.
Shelby American will unveil its most powerful Mustang ever at the New York Auto Show.
Inside Line recently released their list of top ten new cars with highest percentage of female owners, and some of the results may surprise you.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration says 911 fuel lines could become disconnected and leak fuel.
General Motors has officially lifted the veil off the 2013 Camaro 1LE, an impressive trim package aimed at race-track enthusiasts.
BMW has recently recalled 1.3 million 5 and 6 series models worldwide due to faulty battery cable covers.
The failure of Consumer Reports' test vehicle is being laid at the feet of Fisker's battery supplier.
An energy source that will surely never run out, the Denver Zoo has come up with a nifty way of converting animal poo and human garbage into a viable fuel source.
A recent report conducted by the United States Treasury Department has found that traffic congestion wastes 1.9 billion gallons of gasoline annually.