Uber just took yet another step towards ubiquity. Earlier this week, the transportation titan announced its expansion into Bangladesh, adding to the ever-growing list of countries and cities in which Uber is available.
Mercedes-Benz is conducting market research to determine whether it is worthwhile to continue selling diesel cars in the U.S. It will continue trying to get a limited number of diesel models certified in the meantime.
Volkswagen has ended a year's worth of speculation by confirming it won't sell another diesel-powered car in the United States. Audi, however, could one day return to the segment with an oil-burning version of the Q7.
If you find vocalizing a compliment in the direction of your Uber driver to be a tricky proposition when it comes to human interaction, then a new feature released this week by the ride-hailing service makes the procedure a whole…
Mercedes-AMG won't build a faster version of the upcoming X-Class pickup because it believes there is not enough demand. The truck won't be offered in the U.S. when it debuts, but Mercedes hasn't completely turned its back on the pickup…
Sweden-based Koenigsegg is working on a major innovation that promises to make the internal combustion engine more efficient. The FreeValve technology replaces the camshaft with actuators that open individual valves.
The McLaren 570S Design Editions feature elements from McLaren's vast personalization catalog, hand-picked by the automaker's own designers to create looks that are both distinctive and pleasing to the eye.
Ford will give the Mustang a mid-cycle update in time for the 2018 model year. The list of options will grow to include a 10-speed automatic, among other features, and Ford will allegedly deep-six the 3.7-liter V6.