California certainly holds a tender spot in the heart of automobile world where much of the testing, strategizing and design happens and no where is this more apparent than in this state with it in
Automakers are learning how to capture the imagination of a new generation of buyers by using the very popular social media platforms their new buyers are using.
Here in the States we have the (now dying, hallelujah) Too Fast, Too Furious wannabe race crowd with their tiny Honda and Mazda "conversions" into street rods.
BMW has announced the recall of nearly 570,000 cars in North America over a battery cable connector issue, which can cause engine stalling.
We knew GM was working on a high-performance sedan that would fall under the Chevrolet bowtie brand, and they have revealed their new rear-drive V8 powered sedan.
Mercedes-AMG and Cigarette Racing have cooperated to make this concept boat a reality at the Miami International Boat Show going on this weekend in Florida.
Chrysler has announced the recall of model-year 2003 and 2004 Dodge Viper vehicles due to an airbag flaw.
BMW is recalling 30,265 model-year 2007 to 2010 BMW X5 SUVs to fix a dangerous brake problem. Affected vehicles contain a faulty brake vacuum pump, which may leak lubricating oil into the hose.
A CNN reporter has one-up'd the NY Times' John Broder by successfully driving a Tesla Model S from Washington D.C.
The uncovered McLaren P1 shed its camouflage and bared itself at the Bahrain International Circuit so we could all get a good look at this new supercar, which then made its way to the United Arab E
The California Energy Commission is continuing to invest money into clean transportation infrastructure projects, in support of an executive order signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2012.