Take one of the best utility vehicles, add a gas-electric hybrid drive system, and
you’ll have the best of both worlds: versatility and efficiency.
Toyota launched a dramatic mid-cycle restyling of its Camry sedan in a move to fend off increasing competition from rivals.
The best-selling Lexus RX has been redesigned, updated and relabeled. For 2014, it brings new braking technology and other features.
Consider the original Jeep Cherokee a founding member of the compact SUV club.
The list of features that don’t come standard on the new BMW 320i is a long one.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is like a classic gray suit. It’s a safe,
conservative choice that looks good no matter where you travel.
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.