Four auto industry rivals want to bring ultra-quick charging stations to Europe

Ford, Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler, Volkswagen's Audi and Porsche brands, and BMW are building 400 charging stations in Europe. The network will allow EV owners to drive long distances across Europe.

Canada finally joins the self-driving club, with a car called ‘Autonomoose’

Ontario in Canada has become the first province in the country to oversee trials for self-driving cars on its roads. Three teams are involved, including one from the University of Waterloo with a car called "Autonomoose."

Whip around the track in VR: Ferrari Formula 1 team tests 360-degree cameras

The Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 spent a few laps this past weekend testing out a 360-degree camera as it whipped its car around the Yas Marina Circuit during the free practice sessions for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Volkswagen will replace the CC next year with a bold new four-door coupe

Volkswagen is preparing to replace the aging CC with a brand new model named Arteon. Bigger and more upscale than its predecessor, the Arteon will make its official debut during next year's Geneva Auto Show.

Tomorrow’s Lamborghini vehicles won’t lose an ounce of Italian passion

Digital Trends sat down with Lamborghini executives at the world debut of the Huracán LP580-2 Spyder to discuss the company’s future in a rapidly innovating world.

Next Tesla Autopilot software update will hit roads in December, Musk says

The Tesla Autopilot 8.1 that is expected to restore some lost features will roll out in about three weeks, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter in response to a customer query. The update will come in monthly installments.

Faraday Future may have to delay its electric car launch

Faraday Future has halted work on its Nevada factory, which may delay the launch of its first electric car, a former employee said. In January, Faraday said it would launch the car within two years.

How Buick slashed the 2017 Envision crossover’s base price by nearly $10,000

Buick has updated the Envision crossover for the 2017 model year. The lineup gains three new trim levels that slash the model's base price, and a new naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine.

Ohio to start testing Otto self-driving trucks on two routes on public roads

Ohio takes a step in innovative transportation technology with the announcement that an Otto self-driving truck will begin traveling on public roads. Two routes will be used in the initial testing, which starts this week.

Mercedes-AMG could turn the next CLS into a full-blown Panamera-fighter

New details suggest Mercedes-Benz could develop two models to replace the CLS. The model's true successor will adopt the CLE nameplate, while the CLS will morph into a more upmarket sedan aimed at the Porsche Panamera.

An abode for the road: This tiny home was built entirely on a flatbed trailer

Measuring at a paltry 8 feet by 20 feet, web designer Alek Lisefki's Tiny Project is a unique miniature home that's equal parts sustainable and portable. It is, after all, built entirely on a flatbed trailer.

Federal agency declares that EVs must break the silence by 2019

The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration has ruled that electrified vehicles must make an artificial noise by 2019.