New Ferrari hybrid Geneva-bound?
A new report suggest Ferrari is planning a new hybrid model for the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
Swedish government backs Volvo loan guarantee [Update]
[UPDATE] Volvo secures loan through European Investment Bank after Swedish government agrees to guarantee the loan.
'Tis the season: Honda recalls 11,000 Accord sedans, Pilot SUVs
Just barely making the cutoff for the "recall season," Honda and NHTSA have announced a new recall that will include both Accord sedans and Pilot SUVs.
Honda takes off with first flight of FAA-conforming HondaJet [Video]
While Saab may lay claim to being "born from jets," Honda started the other way around and is now nearing certification of its first jet via its HondaJet division. [Video]
Dodge set to ramp up advertising during Q1
Dodge will ramp up its marketing efforts during the first quarter of 2011, including a return to the Super Bowl.
UAW to push organization at foreign plants in 2011
The UAW's president says that the union will be attempting to convince workers at Asian and German-brand automakers in the U.S. to join its ranks.
Report: Aston Martin could build next-generation Maybach
Aston Martin and Daimler are reportedly in discussions that could see the British marque building future Maybachs in exchange for engine technology.
Saab inks transmission deal with Swedish government
Further distancing itself from former owner General Motors, Saab has inked a deal with the Swedish government to develop vehicle transmissions.
Review: 2011 Land Rover LR4 HSE
We take a Land Rover LR4 out to "discover" if it's as adept at pounding pavement as it is crawling over rocks. Take a look at what we found.
Fisker bumps price on Karma sedan
The electric supercar just got a little more expensive -- Fisker has bumped the price on its Karma sedan by $8,000.
Ford shakes off Camaro outselling Mustang
The Chevrolet Camaro is poised to knock the Ford Mustang off its long-standing perch, but Ford doesn't seem to mind.
'Tis the season: GM recalls 109,000 CTS models for airbag failure
While most Americans are focused on last minute shopping, GM has announced a safety recall covering 109,000 CTS models stemming from airbag failure.
GM shuts the door on historic Willow Run plant
General Motors' Willow Run plant, which once built B-24 Liberators, has officially closed.
Toyota settles fatal 2009 unintended acceleration crash for $10M
Toyota paid $10 million to resolve an unintended acceleration case that tragically took the lives of a CHP officer and three others.
'Tis the season: GM recalls 1,262 trucks over rear axle flaw
GM has announced the recall of more than 1,000 2011 model year trucks for a rear axle flaw.