GM accepted $17M grant from Tennessee before shuttering plant
General Motors took $17 million in grants from Tennessee just months before it closed its historic Spring Hill assembly plant.
Ford Fusion subject to additional federal scrutiny over faulty wheel studs
NHTSA says that it is investigating more than 300,000 Ford Fusions and Mercury Milans for a potential wheel stud failure.
Mercedes-Benz quietly lays to rest V12-powered SL models
Mercedes-Benz has officially eliminated all V12 powertrains from its SL lineup.
Hyundai builds millionth U.S.-built Sonata
Hyundai's 1 millionth Alabama-built midsize sedan rolled off the assembly line last week.
Bentley's new 4.0L V8 to bow at 2012 Detroit Auto Show
After a lengthy lead up, Bentley will finally unveils its new 4.0L turbocharged V8 at next year's Detroit Auto Show.
Review: 2011 BMW 328i Convertible
We get our mid-summer kicks in BMW's entry-level 3-Series droptop, itself sort of a swan-song for the company's iconic engine.
Ford slices $100 from Sync price on crossovers
Ford says that its Sync system will be standard on more crossovers for 2012.
Cost of weight-saving carbon fiber to drop
Carbon fiber costs should decrease in the near future as suppliers anticipate increased demand by experimenting with lower cost materials.
2011 Hyundai Sonata long-termer: The beauty and the beast
Having logged a few thousand miles in the Sonata, Mark Kleis shares his thoughts on Hyundai's new Sonata SE.
July cars sales expected to slide, full-year targets in doubt
A stumbling economy paired with lower inventory levels could see July's SAAR fall to just 11.8 million units.
Surging Cayenne boosts Porsche first-half profit 59%
Cayenne sales doubled as Porsche saw profits increase to vertiginous heights.
2007 Volvo S80 recalled over power steering issue
Volvo has announced the recall of more than 8,000 2007 S80 models over a problem with the vehicle's power steering system.
Mitsubishi back in black with $55 million quarterly profit
Mitsubishi reported that a second quarter profit has helped it break even for the year to-date.
OnStar pilot program lets parents track teens
The program lets owners look at a vehicle's real-time location on a website and can send notifications if a car exceeds a certain speed.
Scion to get hybrid A-BAT-based unibody pickup in 2014?
It's been a few years since Toyota first toyed with the idea of a Prius-powered pickup, but it seems things may be moving forward yet again.