Nissan completed its acquisition of a 34-percent stake in Mitsubishi, formally incorporating the carmaker into its "alliance," which also includes Renault. Nissan is now Mitsubishi's largest shareholder.
Automakers typically develop self-driving cars to make driving safer and more relaxing. Volkswagen is taking the tech to the next level with a prototype that teaches drivers how to be faster and more confident on a race track.
Tesla has announced that moving forward, all of its vehicles will be equipped with full self-driving hardware. Despite the recent controversies surrounding Autopilot, the brand believes autonomy will make a Tesla safer than a human driver.
A new car brand called Lynk & Co has just debuted in Berlin, Germany. The company’s first vehicle is a Volvo-based SUV appropriately dubbed the 01, and it’s designed to be the most connected, shareable car in the world.
BMW is reportedly planning its biggest M yet, based on the upcoming X7 crossover. The range-topping model will get performance goodies like a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine making at least 620 horsepower.
Lamborghini's Polo Storico division has fully restored a 350 GT, one of the very first cars it built. Polo Storico spent 780 hours restoring the mechanical components, and no less than 1,150 hours on the body.
NanoFlowcell believes it can revolutionize the EV world with a drivetrain that uses ionized fluid to make electricity. It sounds like science fiction, but the company is in talks with a major automaker about bringing the tech to life.