True-life tales of cars buried with their owners, entombed for decades behind brick walls, or used as time capsules and tombstones.
"We Like Ike" because he pushed through the idea of a coast-to-coast ribbon of highway across the length and breadth of the U.S. of A.
A day of slipping and sliding at snowed-in Lime Rock Park in a Buick Envision demonstates the value of electronic stability control.
The Washington Auto Show usually focuses on policy--there aren't any new model introductions. This year, everybody was wondering where the new President stands on the issues, especially self-driving cars.
Toyota's new plug-in hybrid comes loaded and with rebates it's actually cheaper than less capable, more bare-bones Priuses. Is that the right plural for Prius? Priuses?
Remember the Truman Show? Michigan's fake towns serve a purpose--testing autonomous and connected vehicles, without having to be on public roads. Global automakers are paying attention.
The auto industry is riding high on 4X4 sales, and the Detroit show makes clear that--as long as the cheap gas holds out--it's not messing with the formula.
Ford is making a big commitment to electrics, including electrifying its iconic sports cars and trucks. And, oh yes, it's cancelling that hated Mexican small car plant.
While working as a leading neurosurgeon, Dr. Fred Simeone assembled a world-class collection of sports racers, including a Cobra Daytona that belonged to Phil Spector, and a mouth-wattering assemblage of Ferraris, Jaguars, Aston Martins, Corvettes (including a Grand Sport) and Alfa Romeos.
Want a car you'll still love after a decade? Toyota is most likely to make it, says a new survey.
Lucid Motors unveils a battery sedan with 2.5-second zero-to-60 times, 400 miles of range and over-the-air updates. Yes, Elon Musk is paying attention.