VW foresaw light-truck shift. Right?
A 1964 Volkswagen of America print advertisement offers clues to why cars are in steep decline today.
The final say...
Volkswagon Group CEO Herbert Diess anticipates challenges of launching 80 new electric vehicles across its brands by 2025.
Look who's now waving a Red Flag
Former Rolls-Royce design chief Giles Taylor has been tapped to lead the design team for China's Hongqi, also called Red Flag.
British car pioneer awarded
British sports car booster Kjell Qvale, who died in 2013, has been inducted into the British Sports Car Hall of Fame.
BMW nipping at Mercedes-Benz's heels
In August, BMW pulled within 58 units of #1 Mercedes-Benz in year-long sales figures, tightening the U.S. luxury car sales race.
Continental management board memo finds fault
An internal message, signed by Continental's management board, criticizes underperformance of half a dozen business units
In Volvo's vision of self-driving, airlines better watch out
Volvo robocar aims to lure short-haul air travelers.
A toy car with street cred
Lego designers have a new toy--a life-size, driveable Bugatti Chiron, with more than a million pieces.
COMMENTARY: Yang Jian
Chinese real estate developers bet on EV market
Limits on housing market investments in China have real estate developers looking to the EV market for new money-making opportunities.
Here's looking at you, kid
Jaguar Land Rover engineers tests eyes on self-driving pods to spot pedestrians.
Lutz predicts autonomous future in new book
Former GM vp Bob Lutz writes chapter for Larry Burns new book, Autonomy: The Quest to Build the Driverless Car, in which he predicts our autonomous future.
Hyundai's Evans: Pendulum swing favors auto shows
Hyundai's chief marketer, Dean Evans, predicts auto shows will make a comeback.
Another Porsche 959 takes its lumps
What's interesting about the 1987 Porsche 959 that Mecum auctions planned to sell during Monterey Car Week -- besides the fact that it is one of only 294 produced -- is that it is literally a wreck.
Survey shows car buyers still support strong CAFE
Americans still favor strengthening U.S. fuel economy standards, even as the Trump administration moves to roll back light-vehicle emissions rules enacted under President Barack Obama.
Snetterton welcomes iconic Citroen 2CV
This month, Snetterton, an English racetrack accustomed to hosting the elite of British motorsports, welcomed a collection of one of Europe's most iconic vehicles, often derided for its looks and speed, for the annual 24-hour Citroen 2CV race.
Just give them a choice
Lexus global president Yoshihiro Sawa says electric vehicles will not suit everyone and buyers will need choices.
COMMENTARY: Michael Wayland
Function without the flair
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado may set a new industry standard for engineering and ride. It's a smooth and nimble V-8 tjat os a joy to drive. However, the new truck lacks features and amenities -- particularly on the interior -- that are key for attracting younger and luxury buyers.