The North American International Auto Show begins this week in Detroit with media and industry previews.
Tesla Motors shares spiked by double-digits Tuesday.
It’s clear that General Motors is no longer being run by bean counters.
Automakers are unveiling a bevy of performance cars in Detroit.
Once the king of the subcompacts, Honda’s Fit is getting a badly needed update.
Technology is becoming almost as important as styling.
Ford plans to unveil at this month’s International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) a solar-powered concept car.
There are still dangerous elements left over from the storm that hit our region this week. But many of us may not realize what those dangers are.
While previously working as GM’s Executive Vice President of Global Product Development, 51-year-old Barra was responsible for keeping her foot on the pedal of the automaker’s 11 global brands.
Anne Arundel County police have arrested a man after they say he was seen driving one of three vehicles stolen from a car dealer.
“Mustang is such an iconic car for us, we want to make sure that it has its own time in the sun,” said Ford Vice President of Marketing Jim Farley.
Bringing cars and tech together creates a lot of questions that are only beginning to be fully understood by businesses or consumers.