Would you buy a Chinese car? BYD hopes to sell cars in the United States beginning in 2015, but the company's previous attempts to break into the market failed. Will it work this time?
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class wagon isn't expected to debut until the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in March, but a leaked photo provides an early view. This utilitarian vehicle probably won't make it to the U.S.
That thang got a Hemi? Chrysler's 426 "Race" Hemi has become an icon of automotive performance, flying the Mopar flag on NASCAR ovals, NHRA drags trips, and on the street. It turns 50 this year.
The Porsche 911 Targa isn't quite a convertible, but it is pretty cool. This 1960s and '70s icon will make a comeback at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show with a new model based on the current 911.
German carmakers aren't the only ones that are interested in diesel. A Mazda6 touring car has spread the diesel gospel on the track, and now so will a full-blown prototype of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.
While most autonomous automotive tech is designed to make cars more predictable and efficient, BMW ActiveAssist is designed for hairy, at-the-limit driving. It can even pull off a nice drift.
Have you ever found yourself driving through a natural disaster without a camera to record it? How about a crash that was obviously the other person's fault? That's what the Garmin Dash Cam is for.
Did you really think Subarus and hybrids were just for hippies? The TARDEC ULV prototype is one possible replacement for the military's venerable Humvee, and it's as green as it is mean.