Toyota’s hydrogen-powered Mirai is about to go from concept to California roads, giving Americans a glimpse at the future of hydrogen fuel cell power, warts and all.
The Acura MDX has all the features and performance of a luxury SUV, yet lacks an X-factor to push it over the edge.
The Honda Civic may not get hearts pumping or heads turning, but it lives up to its reputation as solid and dependable transportation.
The VW e-Golf shows how far electric cars have come -- but unfortunately also shows how far they still have to go.
Despite the beauty of being able to access your calendar or the angriest of birds on the go, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto aren't all sunshine and roses. Here’s why.
Traditional car manufacturing requires tremendous amounts of resources and produces heavy cars, but a system of carbon-fiber rods and 3D-printed connectors could pave the way for affordable, greener manufacturing.
Mid-size trucks are coming back, but do we really want them? How car makers are pushing old tech on city drivers who want some storage.
Connected cars may well be the future of the automotive industry, but what exactly does that mean, and what will it look like? We wanted to find out.
It's no stretch to say that the Cadillac ATS-V is the finest handling Caddy of all time, not to mention downright superior to the offerings from the former Axis powers…
The biggest stumbling block to driverless cars may not be some obscure technical challenge, but rather Mother Nature herself.
The Lincoln Navigator may be old, but Lincoln has taught it some new tricks for 2015 including a smooth, powerful new engine, and bold styling.
The 2015 Jeep Renegade is that rare example of cheap actually being cheerful. The littlest jeep combines practicality, ruggedness and even fun.
The Chrysler 300C is the last bastion of the full-size American rear drive V8 sedan; combining luxury, with pseudo-muscle car performance.
Rolls Royce may not be unveiling some shocking new model at the New York International Auto Show, but its three special bespoke editions are something to behold.