Senate Passes Legislation Aimed At Accelerating Discovery Of Safety Flaws
In hearing after hearing last year, members of Congress took turns admonishing auto executives and federal regulators for their roles in prolonging an ongoing series of safety crises. Now, Congress is taking action.
FCA still plans to launch Ferrari's IPO in the third quarter of 2015, but is delaying distributing the rest of the stock to current shareholders until early 2016. The decision lets FCA claim some of the Prancing Horse's profits in 2015.
Can A House-Sized Car Payment Actually Net You Money?
You can lease an Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Coupe in the US for $1,900 thanks to a new deal the British brand has with Ally Financial. That's hardly cheap, but we have a way to possibly offset the cost.
GM is investing $5.4 billion in factory upgrades in the US over the next three years. So far, the company is only going into specific detail about the improvements at three plants, totaling $783.5 million.
Rhys Millen Gets His Lexus Dirty While We Hang On Tight
The premise of TV show Shut Up and Drive is simple: find a great road, close it down, and let two hot shoes try to set the fastest time from one end to the other. We hop in the passenger seat and see just what it takes to make television magic, at speed.
The relatively tame 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 in Nissan's radical Le Mans prototype is earmarked to power the next iteration of the road-going GT-R. Just don't expect the same 700-horsepower hybrid assist.