Volvo Trucks is making noisy trash collection and urban deliveries quieter with its first-ever, all-electric truck. It's called the FL Electric and is an all-electric offering for large scale, heavy-duty commercial applications.
With the Weissach package, Porsche is giving 911 GT3 RS buyers the opportunity to order a lighter, more track-focused car. We sat down with Andreas Preuninger, the head of Porsche's GT division, to get insight on the future of weight…
Toyota owners are complaining of numerous problems with the automaker's Entune App Suite infotainment system, particularly the latest Entune 3.0 system installed in new versions of the best-selling Toyota Camry midsize sedan.
Bugatti uses a race car-style telemetry system in its Chiron supercar to remotely check for maintenance issues from its French headquarters. That means Bugatti can spot an under-inflated tire or other issue from thousands of miles away.
In the latest move to produce more electric vehicles, Mercedes-Benz reportedly has a new EV in the pipeline with its sights set directly for the Tesla Model S. Dubbed the "EQ S," it will be based of the new S-Class full-size sedan.
The most intriguing concept cars often preview the tech of tomorrow, though, they rarely make it to the production line. Regardless, here are some of the more forward-thinking concept cars we've seen in recent years.
Mercedes-Maybach released a teaser video of its vehicle promised for the 2018 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, which opens April 25. Take a look at the video to make your own guess as to just what will be unveiled.
Tesla's batteries display less than 10 percent degradation of their energy capacity after 160,000 miles. That means, by extension, that the firm's cars could retain a longer driving range than previously believed.
All of Volkswagen's early models were rear-engined, including the Beetle and the Bus. The original Golf from 1974 inaugurated the front-engined, front-wheel drive era, but Volkswagen is about to go back to the Beetle's layout.
Volkswagen is testing autonomous parking at Germany's Hamburg Airport. In addition to making life more convenient, the automaker believes self-parking cars could enable a variety of new services for its customers.