Why would an automaker partner with a company that takes between 9 and 13 cars off the road? Is Fiat making a huge mistake, or is there more to this story?
Can you run your car with the same stuff you use to grill that T-bone steak? Absolutely! Right now 150,000 American police cars, trucks and school buses run on propane, and that's just the beginning. Here's why.
Make no mistake, Shelby still boasts about its 1,100-horsepower Mustangs. But it also points out they can get the groceries at 25 mpg on pump gas. Here's what we'd point out: Who needs a 1100-hp grocery-getter?
Good news! Today's cars are 26% more fuel efficient than seven years ago. Bad news! That trend is about to take a nosedive. Here's why.
Elon Musk can get the world's attention--and a stock market surge--with just a tweet. Here's the story on the much-hyped Tesla D.
Oddly enough, it's not Ferraris and Corvettes that attract the most attention from the cops. While the supercars stay in the garage, Subaru, Scion and Mazda drivers are out racking up tickets. The worst offenders, right here.
Although many auto showrooms are still unfriendly to LGBT customers, some carmakers are stepping up with ad campaigns and outreach.
After serving at federal watchdog NHTSA, the next step is working at one of the companies you used to regulate.
Eco-Activism in disguise? A Swedish-born American is out to prove that electric vehicles don't have to be "slow and boring." And at 241.9 mph, we'd say she's doing a pretty good job.