Anyone can take a picture of his car. But is it a good picture? Probably not.
The refreshed 2013 Buick Enclave arrives with a number of new features and a $39,270 price tag (*including destination charges), a figure that represents a price hike compared to the 2012 model, which based at $36,500. General Motors also priced its less-expensive Lambda platform-mate, the 2013 GMC ...
Tim Draper, co-founder of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, a multi-billion venture capital firm that supports Tesla, came to Detroit on Thursday slinging either inspiration or insults, depending on what side of the fence you sit on.
The end of the American space shuttle program will be marked by a Toyota Tundra towing the shuttle Endeavor to its final resting place in Los Angeles on Oct. 13.
The all-new 2013 Ram 1500 pickup is a machine that sets new standards for luxury and fuel economy, making it a true contender in the pickup market against its better selling rivals from Ford and Chevy.
Luxury, meet performance. Opulence, meet frugality.
Just weeks before the Paris Motor Show, Ford Motor Co. has taken the wraps off of much of its new lineup for Europe in an effort to shore up its efforts for European dealers. The webcast press conference from Amsterdam ended with the official announcement that the Dearborn, Michigan-based car maker ...
The 2013 Ram pickup is filled with technology and offers lots of new features including a fuel-efficient model that will hit 25 miles per gallon on the highway.
Douglas Adams fans might already know that the answer to the meaning of life, the universe and everything is 42, but Ford enthusiasts might think the answer is 47.
There's profits in numbers.
It's election time and auto bailouts are not the only thing politicians are talking about. Down in Florida, one group has connected a candidate's support for automated car testing to, well, nothing. And that makes him evil.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety released results from a new front-crash test that only 3 of 11 luxury cars successfully passed.
Silent but deadly fast.
Few cars get the eulogy they deserve after a life of serving us.
It was bound to happen: NASCAR couldn't grow forever.
One of America's blandest, yet best-selling cars will be less boring when its next generation arrives next year, Toyota officials promise.