Auto leasing on the rebound
The financial crisis all but eliminated auto leases, buy the financing option is making a strong comeback.
Report: GM, Ford to gain market share in wake of Japan's disasters
Now that it appears both General Motors and Ford will emerge from the wreckage in Japan largely unscathed, new reports are indicating gains to be had to their market share.
Ford not budging on airbag recall expansion
Despite heavy pressure from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Ford has made no movement on expanding an earlier F-150 recall.
Chinese automakers head to Detroit for manufacturing and technology show
Chinese automakers Geely and Chery have announced they will be attending the Detroit International Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show this fall.
Report: Saab owes suppliers "tens of millions"
Saab's financial situation is apparently getting worse by the day, with its debt to suppliers now in the "tens of millions" range.
Land Rover's first hybrid set for 2013 launch
Looking to jump into the hybrid age, Land Rover will reportedly launch a gas-electric version of its Range Rover flagship in 2013.
Former Volt chief engineer turned Opel product head resigns
Frank Weber, Opel's current product chief and the man responsible for the Chevy Volt, has resigned from General Motors.
Texas House approves 85 mph speed limit, fastest in the U.S.
Legislators in the Texas House have approved a measure to up the speed limit to 85 in some areas of the state, with the Senate now left considering a similar measure.
Chevrolet celebrates 100 years with the 2012 Centennial Edition Corvette
Chevrolet is celebrating its 100th birthday is style with the 2012 Centennial Edition Corvette.
Automakers take a stand against federal ethanol mandate
The largest trade group representing major automakers has taken a stand against the proposed jump to E85 fuel by 2016, pleading its case to Congress.
Honda's NA plants could face three-month parts shortage
Once thought to be mostly insulated from the recent events in Japan, Honda now says its North American plants could face a 90-day parts shortage.
Nissan critiques Obama's energy plan, suggests federally funded EV stations
President Obama recently expanded his goals of expanding the use of alternative fuel vehicles in the U.S. with a new plan, and now Nissan has chimed in with a few thoughts.
Jeep unveils six modified rigs for annual Easter Jeep Safari
Jeep has released its full lineup of Easter Jeep Safari-bound creations.
Review: 2011 Volkswagen Touareg TSI Hybrid
VW's first hybrid might come at the top of the pecking order, but hints about what is yet to come.
Next BMW M5 to gain AWD option?
Looking to gain a little more traction in snowy sates, BMW is reportedly readying an all-wheel drive version of its next M5 sedan.