Toyota: Sequoia to live out life cycle
Toyota says that its biggest SUV will stick around for at least a little longer.
China approves Geely-Volvo deal
China's Geely Holding has received government approval to acquire Volvo. A final deal to acquire the Swedish brand from Ford is expected next week.
Toyota unveils SEMA-inspired Tacoma packages
For 2011, the Toyota Tacoma gains a pair of limited-edition SEMA-inspired TRD appearance packages.
Toyota to revive Supra nameplate?
Toyota's U.S. office recently applied to re-register its Supra nameplate. Is this a sign that the company will revive the badge?
Chrysler to retain Sterling Heights plant, add 900 jobs
After changing its mind, twice, Chrysler has now officially decided to retain its Sterling Heights plant beyond 2012, with plans to later add 900 more jobs.
Confirmed: 2011 4Runner exclusively V6-powered
Confirming a report made yesterday, Toyota has now released pricing for the 2011 4Runner - confirming the removal of the four-cylinder engine from the model.
Volt orders prompt production increase
Before production models have even hit the market, Chevrolet has upped its target production projections for its extended-range EV Volt.
Obama's first new car? A Jeep Grand Cherokee
While touring the assembly plant that builds Jeep's Grand Cherokee, U.S. President Barack Obama explained why he has a close connection to the SUV.
NASCAR's Pocono Raceway goes solar
Laying claim to the world's largest solar-powered sports facility - providing enough excess electricity to power 1,000 nearby homes.