Social media in all forms is very important to automotive manufacturers. New product releases, concept car photos, and other important news is often released via Facebook, or Twitter.
Credit Chevy for its guts. Yesterday the company that brought you the ‘69 Chevelle with the ‘396 showed its EN-V 2.0 concept on the corporate Facebook page to stir interest and commentary.
While the event marked the BRABUS Hybrid's premier North American appearance, fact is, Protean is no newcomer to SAE World Congress.
The 50-year-old former drilling engineer for BP had the thankless job of estimating the amount of crude leaking from the Deepwater Horizon oil well, subsequent to the explosion that created the wor
The Bridgestone survey said that 50% of young drivers who responded, that are 15-21 years old, know that distracted driving is dangerous.
The 2013 Acura ILX and ILX Hybrid are built on the same platform as the Honda Civic sedan so it makes good sense that the ILX would be built alongside the popular compact Honda at the Honda Manufac
Coda Automotive announced today, from the Beijing Auto Show, that parent company Coda Holdings had signed an agreement with Great Wall Motors to co-develop what the company claims will be the most
Today there are over 246 million vehicles in the U.S. alone, and over 210 million licensed drivers nationwide with a wide variety of specialty, novelty and standard license plates on their cars.
When the Maserati Kubang concept SUV made its U.S. debut in Detroit earlier this year, it created quite a stir.
Ferrari, BMW, VW, Daimler, BYD, GM, Chery, and many more and leading by example in China that electric cars, EV are the way to go forward.
BMW has partnered with British video game creator, Eutechnyx, to develop a new virtual driving experience called the Auto Club Revolution.
When discussing Volvo people often refer to the automaker as a Swedish company. That may be one way of looking at it.
The 2012 Beijing Auto Show is where most automakers show off their latest concepts and designs meant for emerging markets in Asia and surrounds.
Mercedes-Benz teased the Concept Coupe a few days ago and promised an in the flesh debut at the Beijing Auto Show.
Based on the key technology in the Jaguar 5-liter V8, the supercharged 3-liter V6 will come tuned for either 340 or 380 horsepower.
While it is only speculated that the new flagship supercar from Ferrari will be called the F70, the Italian sports car is expected to be powered by a V12 engine mated to an advanced version of the
Early this month, BMW issued a statement announcing the existence of the new BMW i8 Spyder – a topless version of the slippery i8 sport hybrid but today at Auto China, the i8 Spyder rolled into the
You don't hear much about Chrysler's electric or plug-in hybrid programs, and some of the company's plans were a casualty with the Fiat merger.
The 2012 Beijing Auto Show will be remembered not just as the “Year of the Dragon”, but as the year of the Limited Edition/Special Edition car.
It wasn’t the sunny day we normally associate with California’s Los Angeles beaches, but it was nonetheless an epic “race”.
Nissan unveiled an all-new global sedan today at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show and has announced that this new model will be the basis for an all-new 2013 Nissan Sentra here in North America.
Only 30 of the models are going to be available in the United States. You can buy one for $155,000 in any color you want – as its black Amethyst.