VW to begin assembling cars in Malaysia
Volkswagen will begin production of its Passat in Malaysia late next year.
Toyota to pay record $32 million fine over recalls
Without admitting fault, Toyota has agreed to pay more than $32 million in fines to NHTSA over delaying two of its recent major recalls.
Audi not planning next-gen RS4
Audi has reportedly canceled plans for a next-generation of its high-performance RS4 sedan.
Jay Leno buys a Chevrolet Volt
His collection may include a McLaren F1 and several Lamborghinis, but Jay Leno recently purchased an eco-minded Chevrolet Volt.
Review: Lexus IS 250 F-Sport
Lexus offers a dose of added sportiness to its entry-level IS 250 for 2011. Does it spice up the automaker's 3-Series rival enough to merit consideration?
NHTSA hands 2011 Honda Civic two-star rating
Honda's popular Civic sedan has earned just two stars in the NHTSA's side impact test.
Ford set to pass Toyota as U.S.' No. 2 sales leader
Regaining its place in the U.S. pecking order, Ford is poised to pass Toyota as the country's number two sales leader.
TD Bank buys Chrysler Financial
After three years of ownership, Cerberus Capital Management has sold Chrysler Financial to Canada's TD Bank.
Chrysler trademarks "Cuda" nameplate
Chrysler has registered a trademark for the nameplate perhaps best associated with its muscle car glory days.
IIHS announces 66 "Top Safety Pick" award winners
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has named the top-performing 2011 vehicles in its barrage of crash tests.
Acura planning totally new RL, sporty offering for near future?
Earlier today Acura released the details on a lightly revised RL flagship sedan, but now new information suggests the automaker may have changes in the works.
Suzuki plans ad blitz for Kizashi, comparisons to luxury "rivals"
Suzuki is planning a new ad campaign that pits its Kizashi sedan up against more established upmarket models by Acura, Audi and Mercedes-Benz.
GM CEO gunning to triple EV sales with Volt variants
GM's CEO told his executive team that he wants to triple the automaker's sales projections for electric vehicles.
Smithsonian asks public to vote on cars for display
The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C, is asking members of the public to pick two cars from its collection for a month-long display.
First Japanese-market Nissan Leaf reaches buyer
The Kanagawa government in Nissan's home prefecture has taken delivery of its first Leaf EV sedan.