Avoiding disaster before it happens appears to be the name of the game for Volkswagen and Mazda, who have recalled a combined total of some 613,000 vehicles, citing issues with steering loss and faulty airbags as the culprits.
Set to bow in 2020, the next BMW M3 could get a gasoline-electric plug-in hybrid drivetrain. Although the move is controversial, going hybrid will allow BMW to pack more power into the M3 while complying with international CO2 regulations.
Proving that platforms like Twitter and Facebook really are an integral part of customer service, car seat manufacturing company Britax has recalled 37 models of its products following a customer’s Facebook post from last month.
Although he declined to say precisely how much Clarkson, Hammond and May will get for their upcoming Prime car show, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos admitted it was a "very, very, very expensive deal" for the company.
Essentially an open-top race car for the road, the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Roadster is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that makes 750 horsepower. Just 500 examples will be built, and each one will cost over half a million.
Documented exchanges between Apple and a known car testing facility have fanned the rumors of Apple’s possible autonomous car. The test facility is a disused naval base that is closed to the public and guarded by military personnel.
The tragic explosion in Tianjin, China has caused untold amounts of devastation and anguish, and the car industry is not immune. Approximately 8,000 new vehicles were destroyed after the blast enveloped a car lot, with even more suffering irreparable damage.