Sons of Anarchy meets Tron.
General Motors is planning for long-term profitability in South America built on the back of draconian cost cutting during Brazil's recession and the same low-cost vehicles it is developing for Chinese consumers, which are due to hit dealerships in 2019.
Max Verstappen set the rain-soaked Brazilian Grand Prix on fire while most other drivers simply tried to finish.
A bus driver in Rio had just about enough of Olympics traffic Wednesday night.
Mr. Ecclestone and his wife can rest easy once again.
Tesla just massively increased its potential sales by adding pre-orders in India (population 1.25 billion), Brazil (200 million), South Africa, South Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland and more.
A new billboard campaign in Brazil is using a picture of Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Why? We don't know.
The Brazilian racing federation has suspended former Indy driver Raphael Matos for two years after he failed a drug test at a stock car race.
Penalty stems from alleged cheat software in Amarok pickup trucks.
Volkswagen rolls out a soft-road version of the little Fox hatchback in Brazil in the form of the new Fox Track, replacing the previous CrossFox with a more rugged appeal.
Fiat Brazil shows off the Toro small pickup truck, available in either front-wheel drive or 4x4, with a 138-hp gas engine or a 170-hp diesel, and auto or manual transmissions.
Brazil's biggest construction company has been convicted of submitting workers to slave-like conditions at a sugar and ethanol plant being built in Angola.
GM is preparing to add a new Chevy-branded family vehicle to emerging markets, which it expects to sell some two million units per year by 2019.
The Sao Paulo city council voted 48-1 late Tuesday to prohibit the use of smartphone-based ride-sharing applications like Uber.
Aa man in Brazil who parked illegally in a handicap spot came out to find his car completely covered in sweet instant karma in the form of sticky notes.