It doesn't mean a return to gas guzzlers, but 30-mpg crossovers will have a field day. And will they sell a lot of Ferraris and Lamborghinis in depressed Middle Eastern countries?
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.
The Green Parking Council has just certified seven innovators, which offer such amenities as EV charging, bicycle parking, ride- and car-sharing, and even farmers' markets.
The site is in turmoil, but while it's still alive take a look at some very funny (and informative) auto-related Subreddits.
That thing about millennials not caring about owning cars? Forget about it, now 91 percent of them think car ownership is important.
We're worshipping speed again, with automakers competing to offer outrageous supercars, and 60s' hot rods making crazy prices at auctions.
The National Safety Council warns that we could have 385 deaths and 11,400 injuries over the three-day weekend. Will the carnage continue? Volvo says it will have fatality-free cars by 2020.
The new IHS Automotive loyalty survey favors big companies with diverse product lines. But I'm pretty sure Tesla deserves high honors here. Owners are fanatics.
Automakers love to make cool tech. Some is just for show, but some actually goes into production.