The benefits of a Ford-Google self-driving car partnership make perfect sense. Sources say Ford and Google will announce a partnership as early as Jan. 5 during the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
VW is set to reveal an all-electric microbus van, with a range of up to 310 miles at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. VW’s plans to resurrect the Microbus form part of a broader commercial vehicle strategy aimed at significantly bolstering its sales performance in the U.S. market.
The Porsche Mission E will move to production from concept. The new model would be Porsche’s first all-electric car, marking a major milestone in the company’s history. Porsche wants to hit Tesla where it hurts: the charging socket.
The question facing the economy is who gets hurt in the auto industry by rising interest rates? The answer is complex and it may surprise you.
The Petersen Auto Museum in Los Angeles reopened Dec. 6, 2015 after a year-long shutdown and a $125 million overhaul. The makeover seeks to make the dated museum more appealing to younger audiences with a trove of interactive technology.
A highly anticipated refreshed and upgraded version of the new Chevelle SS is poised to excite drivers when Chevrolet announces it next year.
The Buick Envision is an SUV with the potential to set the segment on fire. It appeals to the car enthusiast and non-enthusiast alike.
The Chevy Bolt electric vehicle will reportedly launch in 2017 for $30,000. The stars finally seem to be aligning for an electric car that everyday drivers can actually afford.
A Ford autonomous car is the first to test on the roads of Mcity—a closed test track with the look and feel of an ordinary American city block, complete with structures, curbs, and traffic lights
Brains4Cars is developing software that allows your car to anticipate your driving mistakes before you make them. In the US, driver error causes ninety percent of all accidents. Preventing a fraction of these accidents will save thousands of lives.