DETROIT — Around the world, support is growing for electric cars. Automakers are delivering more electric models with longer range and lower prices, such as the Chevrolet Bolt and the Tesla Model 3.
Record number of hot wheels fill downtown Grand Haven for Coast Guard Festival car show.
Looking at this bigger picture might help automotive CEOs look forward to the next four years just a bit more.
There's a new thrill on the streets of downtown Las Vegas, where high- and low-rollers alike are climbing aboard what officials call the first driverless electric shuttle operating on a public U.S. street.
DETROIT — This year's North American International Auto Show reflects an industry that's flush with cash but uncertain about the future.
Here's what to look for at the Detroit show, which is open to the public from Jan. 14-22.
The presidential campaign is over, and hopefully the flirtation with trade protectionism has ended as well.
When shopping for a low-priced used car, three things will become evident.
Ford Motor Co. is cutting production as U.S. demand for new vehicles slows, but so far, its rivals aren't doing the same.
Despite huge gains in fuel efficiency, automakers need relief from future stringent standards.
It's more than a motorcycle and less than a car. It's an autocycle. And states are wrestling with how best to regulate this new type of vehicle.
Tesla engineers told members of a Senate committee they are looking into the role cameras and radar played in the fatal crash of a Model S using self-driving mode, according to two people familiar with a meeting held Thursday.
DETROIT — Next month, tens of thousands of U.S. autoworkers will continue working instead of taking their usual summer vacations as demand for pickups, large SUVs and crossovers shows little sign of abating.
Consulting firm J.D. Power and Associates released its annual survey of new vehicle quality Wednesday.
Note: The Detroit News published the following editorial on June 2: