Volkswagen, which has had its share of discouraging news over the last few months, has some great news to share.
In an image of what may be to come, Volkswagen will insert Amazon’s Alexa voice service into its software so that the Golf of the near-future will be able to integrate with your home.
The beat of the Takata recalls goes on. Automakers in the United States and Canada ordered the recall of another 1.5 million vehicles to replace front passenger-side airbag inflators.
Right now, the most powerful Mustang you can buy from your local Ford dealership is the 526 horsepower Shelby GT350, but Shelby American has just announced their 50th anniversary Super Snake packag
Toyota has recalled 8 (eight) Camrys and 4 (four) Avalon sedans for model year 2017 due to a problem with knee airbags.
Subaru unveils the Crosstrek Concept at the 2017 Montreal International Auto Show this week. Could it be a preview of the all-new 2018 Subaru Crosstrek that’s coming later this year?
A pair of classic Porsche racers will be helping to “Drive Toward a Cure” in late April. Two 1960 Porsche 356 Super 90s are set to take part in the “Drive,” a lifestyle rally event.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat are among the most powerful production cars sold in the United States while also being remarkably well appointed inside and out.
I should start by pointing out that there has been no official word from General Motors about their plans to introduce the Chevrolet Corvette in Australia, but we know that the automaker has been i
The FF 91 prototype which was shown at CES 2017 was by all intents looked to be the SUV of the future, with company executives and most recent investor billionaire Jia Yueting showing off the techn
Subaru has announced an expanded Takata air bag recall (185,773 vehicles) for certain Forester, Outback, Impreza, WRX, WRX STI, Legacy, Tribeca and Baja models.