It was a typical Tesla launch--an hour late, but plenty of spectacular features, from a big windshield and a phone holster to those amazing doors. It's only later that you scratch your head over the price and the long delay getting to market.
Nearly one has an upscale sport utility, and an EV, too. Sometimes they're even the same car.
The hapless London cabbie was driving an electric car when he crashed into a wall, earning a 20 shillings fine.
The 2016 Prius makes its debut at a Sin City casino. 55 mpg? Probably. And the Eco model is a wild card.
Auto culture is on the decline, says a Washington Post columnist. The heads at car shows are gray, he says, and the high school parking lot is no longer a showcase for hot rods and the customizer's art.
Cars are safer than they've ever been, drunk driving is down and seatbelt use is up, so only miles traveled explains it.
The new Audi could have 240 or more miles of all-electric range, which is pretty darned impressive. But it's unclear when it will hit the market.
Dr. Walter Palmer shot Cecil, then did everything wrong. Some automakers get spin wrong, too, but they learn from their mistakes.