News

Self-driving taxis are coming to Japan

Published on 2017 Dec, 05
Nissan will test self-driving taxis on the open road in March. Read more

Tesla's truck, not out until 2019, already has orders

Published on 2017 Nov, 17
Elon Musk finally unveiled the Tesla Semi. Tesla won't begin producing the electric truck until 2019, but Walmart, a major trucking company and a grocery chain headquartered in the Big Three's backyard, reportedly have plans to buy some. Read more

GM unveils fastest Corvette ever

Published on 2017 Nov, 13
The new 755 horsepower Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 will have a top speed of 210 miles an hour. Read more

Lincoln ups its game with new Navigator

Published on 2017 Nov, 09
The Lincoln Navigator is, by far. the brand's most recognizable product. It got a very nice make-over. Read more

Tesla sued for Model 3 delays

Published on 2017 Oct, 31
Tesla sued for Model 3 delays. Read more

GM unplugged: Wall Street skeptical of electric plans

Published on 2017 Oct, 30
Goldman Sachs downgraded General Motors to a rare "sell" rating Monday. The investment bank thinks investors have gotten too excited about the company's electric plans and that consumers won't rush to buy pricey new plug-in cars. Read more

Launching the Dodge Demon on a drag strip

Published on 2017 Oct, 26
Fiat Chrylser's 840 horsepower muscle car can shred tires but, more importantly, it sells cars. Read more

Australia just made its last ever car

Published on 2017 Oct, 20
The last vehicle made by GM's Holden unit rolled off a production line in Australia on Friday, bringing decades of car manufacturing in the country to an end. Read more

Nissan halts production of cars sold in Japan

Published on 2017 Oct, 19
Nissan has suspended production of cars for its home market over safety concerns. Read more

Europe preps tough car emissions targets for 2021

Published on 2017 Oct, 11
The European Union is set to introduce new CO2 emissions standards in November. Read more