Bentley is looking at ways to expand the Bentayga lineup. Sources close to the company have revealed it's looking at launching a four-door coupe model, a long-wheelbase model, and a performance-oriented, Speed-badged variant.
VW wants all of us as customers. Starting with an on-demand shuttle service, Volkswagen's MOIA digital mobility services division will invest in early stage companies. With ridesharing on the horizon, carsharing can't be too far off.
Dodge may return to NASCAR after a four-year absence, Sergio Marchionne, CEO of parent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) said in a recent interview. Dodge left the series due to cash shortages stemming from the Chrysler bankruptcy.
BMW's smart cars have brains, beauty, and yes, brawn. An alleged thief learned this the hard way after the car itself turned against him, locking him inside and serving as a temporary holding cell as the authorities bore down upon him.
On Monday, the San Francisco-based transportation giant announced it acquired AI research startup Geometric Intelligence, a New York-based company seeking to "[redefine] the boundaries of machine learning."
Chinese automaker Hongqi wants to return to its former glory by taking on well-established luxury automakers from Europe. It will soon introduce a huge limousine with a retro design and a cabin that blends tradition and 21st century tech.
Volkswagen's Spain-based Seat division has added more power and new tech features to the Leon Cupra. The factory-built hot rod receives a 300-horsepower turbo four, a new infotainment system, and a long list of electronic driving aids.
The Ferrari 488 Challenge is latest race car for Ferrari's Challenge one-make series, which pits amateur drivers against each other in identical cars. The 488 Challenge is based on the 488 GTB road car.