As Formula 1 seeks to expand its U.S. footprint, here's a rundown of what any new fan should know about the highest-profile racing organization in motorsport.
On Tuesday, Lucid announced details on its DreamDrive advanced driver assistance system, using an array of sensors to handle every aspect of driving.
As the buying process for luxury cars becomes more online-based, where does the traditional dealership fit into the experience?
As the electric vehicle market heats up, one company is looking to make EVs for gig economy workers.
PETA announced on Thursday that Ford funded a university study that euthanized pigs and used them for crash testing, going against its ban on animal testing.
On Wednesday, GM announced Ultra Cruise, its new hands-free driver assist technology for its premium line of vehicles.
In a September study from CarMax, most drivers said that they want more technology in their vehicles and that Tesla has the best tech of any car brand.
J.D. Power released the results of its 2021 U.S. Tech Experience Index Study, showing what owners like and don't like in new vehicle tech.
With driverless vehicles already on the road, ethical parameters for their testing and development are still being figured out.
Carlos Ghosn was arrested just after his plane touched down in Japan in 2018, setting into action a chain of events that would captivate the world's attention.
In "Broken Alliances", former Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance head Carlos Ghosn alleges he was set up. Here's rundown of the major players in the saga.
Honda has partnered with state and local officials in Ohio to test its Safe Swarm technology in real-world conditions.
General Motors announced on Thursday that its U.S. facilities would be carbon neutral by 2025, five years ahead of schedule.
The automotive parts industry is worth billions. Industry experts see the space changing with the growing prevalence of electric vehicles.
In a recent survey, vehicle marketplace Bumper analyzed which states were the best for EV ownership, infrastructure and financial incentives.
In 2022, autonomous Toyotas will be used above the Arctic Circle. It's a first. They'll be working as a support system for public transit in Norway.
The semiconductor chip shortage has caused production cuts and delays throughout the year. Here's how it's impacted major automakers.
GM's three new electric motors were developed in-house to help expand its future electric vehicle lineup.
As more electric vehicles hit the road, state and federal parks are working to set up the charging infrastructure needed to allow drivers freedom to explore.
This morning, Lucid Motors announced that the EPA has estimated a 520 mile range for its Air Dream Edition Performance model, outpacing its competition.
The U.S. government is set to up fuel economy standards. Scientists think that the best way is a combination of methods rather than moving straight to EVs.
A collection of 174 classic cars has been sitting, covered in dust in a London warehouse for 10 years. Now they're heading to auction.
Chinese companies making knockoffs of American products is nothing new. Here are four copycat electric cars we found on the Alibaba website.
Audi unveiled the latest in its series of concept cars, focusing on electric performance and the comfort of the driver.
This week, a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt allegedly caught fire and burned up overnight while sitting parked and unplugged in a parking lot. GM is investigating.
On Thursday, Mercedes-Benz and IBM announced an add-on to the Mercedes Me app that uses data to recover a stolen vehicle.
Electrify America announced that customers will be able to use Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to enable a more convenient EV charging experience.
This week, Lucid Motors announced that its limited-run Lucid Air Dream Edition would either come in Performance or Range models.
A multitude of startups are developing flying vehicles, racing to be the first to sell them to the mass market. Once they get there, who buys them?