2012 Ford Focus gains class-exclusive torque vectoring technology
Between government mandates and consumer demand, automakers are packing more and more technology into our small cars - with the Focus filled to the brim.
Paris, France to ban use of SUVs in city limits
The war on cars continues - worldwide - as Parisian officials discuss banning of all SUVs on city roads in the near future.
Toyota streamlining Japanese operation to improve profits
In order to protect its operations from a rising yen, Toyota is looking to streamline its Japanese operations.
Toyota tallies most NHTSA complaints in 2010, Honda, Ford have fewest
While Toyota was under extreme scrutiny for its multi-million vehicle safety recalls in 2010, it also logged the most complaints at NHTSA.
Declining consumer confidence threatens new car sales
New car sales have rebounded nicely in 2010, but the same might not hold true for 2011.
Rising gas prices threatening SUV sales, resale values
Rising prices at the pump could be conspiring against sales of larger SUVs and trucks.
Luxury car demand shortens holiday season for German plant workers
Booming luxury car demand means plants are running at full song, putting a crimp in the normal holiday shut down.
Report: Audi's RS4 on the way after all?
It was just a week ago that rumors circulated suggesting the death of the RS4, but now new rumors suggest this hot sedan is on the way after all.
Report: GM stock could hit $44 by close of 2011
General Motors is still a newcomer to the NYSE since its successful IPO, but analysts are making bold predictions about the future of the automaker's stock.
Kia's refreshed European Pro_cee'd hatchback sneaks online
Automakers often go to great lengths to hide their products to allow for carefully timed reveals, but someone had other plans for the next Kia Pro_cee'd hatchback.
Ford's Quick Lane sells 1M tires in 2010, fastest growing service brand in industry
Just as General Motors officially kills off its Goodwrench brand, Ford is reporting a strong year for its service branch nationwide.
Auto recalls spike in 2010
Recalls in the United States have topped 19 million vehicles this year, marking the highest level since 2004.
Ernie Tripke, the CHP officer that first responded to the crash that killed James Dean, dead at 88
Ernie Tripke, the man made famous by Jame Dean's fatal car crash, has died at the age of 88
Review: 2011 Jaguar XJL
In a quest for the crown, this British Royal gained a massive makeover. Does it stand out enough from the stoic Germans to succeed?
2012 Porsche Cayman/Boxster to be built alongside...the VW Golf cabrio?
It may sound like blasphemy, but Porsche's 2012 Cayman and Boxster models could be built alongside the VW Golf Cabrio.