Motional and the ride sharing company will offer driverless rides in 2023.
A company that's known for high-performance moves into the electrification era
Bigger is always better with more children in tow, but hybrids and EVs get high marks too
A new J.D. Power study revealed Americans' dissatisfaction with the U.S. electric vehicle charging grid.
After a decade of being completely remade, Rolls-Royce is about to launch its first electric vehicle.
The new compact starts at $30,000 with standard all-wheel drive
Women make up a crucial part of the SUV market and Ford hopes to capture their attention with Off-Roadeos.
December 2023 will be the end of the line for this iteration of Dodge's muscle cars
The Santa Fe straddles the line between compact and midsize SUVs perfectly, but with only two rows of seats
The new electric method can brake faster, smoother and safer than antilock brakes.
The new SUVs will have a 1,966-unit run to commemorate the year that the original Bronco debuted.
The company is installing chargers at 25 stores across the U.S. over the next year and a half.
Order books open this week for the electric pickup, which also gets new trailering tech and color options.
Many states have banned handheld cellphone use and allow police to issue fines in order to dissuade drivers from distracted driving.
A plug-in hybrid is a way to test the waters before buying a battery electric vehicle.
Nissan representatives have hinted that this might not actually be the end of the road for the Maxima.
U.K.-based The Little Car Company has created a one-off Ferrari Testa Rossa J set to go under the hammer later this month.
The survey also found it takes an average of eight warning lights for people to schedule vehicle maintenance.
Four-door passenger cars are now a small, but not insignificant, part of the market.
Drivers will be able to take their hands off the steering wheel on 400,000 miles of North American roads.
Most Ford Maverick buyers are stepping into Blue Oval territory for the first time.
No national training standards make the US driver's licensing system difficult to analyze and improve