What would you do if your car started staring at you? A new report claims General Motors is working on a camera-based system that watches for signs of distracted driving by watching facial movements.
Back in February, a sinkhole under the National Corvette Museum claimed eight historically-sgnificant cars. General Motors announced plans to restore three; the rest may be too far gone.
Dodge's SRT Hellcat muscle cars may be getting the most attention at the moment, but the (formerly SRT) Viper is still the wildest animal in the showroom. It gets a handful of updates for 2015.
The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG may seem like all the high-performance SUV anyone would ever need, but the V12 G65 AMG has been kicking around in other markets since 2012 and will arrive in the U.S. in 2016.
The Infiniti Q50S is supposed to be a driver-focused sport sedan, but drivers aren't happy with its Direct Adaptive Steering system. So Infiniti will replace it with a lower-tech hydraulic setup from the G37.
James Glickenhaus' SCG 003 supercar could get two very interesting engines. Racing versions will reportedly use a Honda-based twin-turbocharged V6, while road cars will get a twin-turbo V12.
After a December 2013 unveiling and countless other media previews, production of the 2015 Ford Mustang is finally underway in Michigan. The wait has probably been brutal for those who have already reserved cars.
U.S. sales of Ford's legendary Focus RS have been whispered about for some time, and the rumors just keep getting better. The next RS may pack a 350 hp EcoBoost engine and all-wheel drive.
In the near future, your car may not be able to drive itself, but it might be able to talk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is encouraging the adoption of vehicle-to-vehicle communication.
The Mercedes-Benz C450 AMG will be the first in a new line of midlevel performance cars from Mercedes' in-house tuner. That's cool, but where's the real AMG C-Class everyone is waiting for?