Ford is shedding 1,000 jobs in North America as part of cost-cutting measures that began two years ago.
A North Carolina doctor’s Tesla operating on Autopilot crashed into a police car early Wednesday morning as he was watching a movie on his cellphone.
The Bronco was originally started in 1966 and went through six different designs before it was ended in 1996.
Volvo Cars says it is recalling nearly 2.1 million vehicles worldwide as a preventive measure after the company discovered that a steel wire connected to the front seat belts can be weakened.
A Ford spokesperson said the date is "purely coincidental."
A car in quarantine needs to stay active, too.
The UAW and the big three automakers have agreed to not close its manufacturing plants, in exchange for new safety measures and an increase in adherence to CDC recommendations on social distancing in the workplace.
Trump is reportedly planning to take a lap in the presidential car known as "The Beast."
Takata has discovered a new problem with its air bags that has led to at least one death.
A push-button ignition in a vehicle baffled two suspects during an armed robbery at a home in Colorado.
An Indiana man who told police he didn't believe their cruisers would catch his 2002 Acura was arrested after leading officers on a 140-mph chase on Thursday morning.
On board cameras from a CapMetro bus show how quickly an auto-pedestrian collision can happen.
Carvana opened a five-story car vending machine.
It's a sight that's almost too awesome: a Ghostbusters "Ecto-1," a Back to the Future DeLorean time machine and KITT from Knight Rider...all in one spot.
More than 15,000 18-wheelers pass through the heart of Austin daily.
At the State Capitol today, electric car company Tesla is campaigning to sell directly to Texas consumers.
Automaker Tesla hopes to get a decades-old law changed here in Texas.