Some automakers are considering 4G or 5G systems instead.
Yoga pants, to be precise.
Another driver has been killed by an exploding Takata airbag inflator, bringing the worldwide death toll to at least 24. The latest death occurred three days after a crash on June 8, 2018, in the Phoenix suburb of Buckeye, Arizona, according to a statement released Friday by Honda, which made the car involved in the crash. The driver, who was not identified, was hit by shrapnel from the airbag when a 2002 Honda Civic crashed at an intersection at 8:33 p.m., a Honda spokesman said. The death oc
Troopers say he had a valid driver's license.
Aston Martin and Vauxhall are vastly different companies, but facing similar challenges.
Sales dragged down by Camry and Prius.
VW will gain access to Ford Ranger platform.
'Until now, we've only heard the accusers.'
Only in daylight, only in fair weather, only with two humans aboard, only under 25 mph.
But CEO Mary Barra made no promises to senators, citing 'overcapacity across the country.'
Looks like he's talking about the $7,500 EV tax credit.
Confirms Ford talks, 3-plant plan for EVs — and clears up a big error.
Possible entries include the T600 and T700 models.
Schmidt Peterson will keep a car ready for paralyzed driver's return
Gas up your Focus frequently until Ford can check it out