Fast cars and tough trucks took center stage during model debuts at the Detroit Auto Show. Luxury vehicles also made their presence known.
After four consecutive years of better-than-expected sales gains, automakers are poised for steady but slower growth in 2014.
Ford has sold more than 2.4 million vehicles in 2013 and expects to
retain its best-selling title in North America in 2013 over Toyota.
For decades, hydrogen fuel cell cars have been the automotive technology
of tomorrow: the big idea, for someday far in the future.
What if Gucci suddenly produced its own designer knockoffs? If it's Mercedes-Benz, the product might be called the 2014 CLA-Class.
Unlike a decade ago, today’s car buyers walk in the door with almost as much knowledge about what’s on a lot as the sales staff.
DeLorean Motor Co. is seeing a steady uptick in business for restorations of the stainless steel cars from the past.
The latest in-dash “infotainment” systems are turning into a giant headache for drivers.