Automakers

Why CES Is Now the Greatest Car Tech Show on Earth

The Vegas gadget extravaganza is the place to see the future of car tech and transportation.

Doug Newcomb

· 4 min read

Tesla Voluntarily Recalls 53,000 Cars

A small gear in the electric parking brakes can fail, meaning cars get stuck in park.

Matthew Humphries

· 2 min read

The Auto Industry's 10 Most Disruptive Cars Since the Model T

Will any of the cars at the 2017 New York International Auto Show leave this kind of legacy?

Matthew McCreary

· 3 min read

Lincoln Debuts Uber-Like Service, But With Your Own Car

The chauffeur program will launch in select cities.

Lydia Belanger

· 2 min read

5 Surprising Things to Come Out of the Detroit Auto Show

From self-driving 'platforms' to notions of 'mobility,' this year's annual auto event reveals new priorities for manufacturers.

Lydia Belanger

· 6 min read

Reuters

· 2 min read

Hyundai Motor to Launch 200-Mile Electric Vehicle in 2018

The company is aiming to better compete with other electric car makers such as Tesla.

Reuters

· 1 min read

Automakers and Tech Companies Decide to Make Deals, Not War

Companies such as Ford and Toyota now recognize they may turn ride-hailing services and car sharing companies into steady customers for all sorts of vehicles.

Reuters

· 4 min read

Reuters

· 1 min read

Nissan Buying $2.2 Billion Controlling Stake in Scandal-Hit Mitsubishi Motors

The deal is a lifeline for Mitsubishi Motors, which is mired in its third scandal in two decades and has had $3 billion wiped off its market value

Reuters

· 4 min read

Wall Street Values Tesla Motors at $620,000 Per Car Sold Last Year

As a comparison, consider that General Motors Co.'s $48 billion market value is equivalent to about $4,800 for every vehicle it sold last year.

Reuters

· 3 min read

Google, Fiat Chrysler Team Up on Self-Driving Minivans

This is the first time that a Silicon Valley company has partnered with a traditional automaker to create a driverless vehicle.

Reuters

· 4 min read