You may remember seeing one of the old VW Westfalia popups, which were once quite common, based on the iconic VW Microbus.
While there have been talks floating for a few years around the idea of building a Yaris hybrid and bringing it to the US, Toyota has finally confirmed its production.
Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. brings a long list of credentials to the Board of Directors at Ford.
GMC unveiled its all-new 2013 Acadia crossover SUV on Wednesday at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show.
There are miles and then there are “Seth miles” according to GM’s latest news release. Both measure 5,280 feet, but a “Seth mile” is different. More extreme; more grueling; more punishing.
Toyota announced today prices for the four Prius c models that are due to hit dealer show-rooms in March 2012.
The Toyota Highlander is sold in the U.S., China, Russia and Australia. Only the models sold in China will be built there.
Mercedes-Benz has just debuted its new active seat belt buckle, which will go into production later this year in Germany.
The Rolls-Royce Apprentice Program is for the plant located in Goodwod, UK. The apprenticeships begin at the end of August 2012.
Although Kia already boasts one of the most popular small-car designs on the market, the South Korean manufacturer is attempting to outdo themselves with the Kia Track’ster.
We have known for some time that there would be a revised Shelby Mustang GT500 Convertible packing the new 650 horsepower SVT-built V8 and while many believed that the new drop top super-Stang woul
The 2013 Acura ILX is going to be the brand's first hybrid. The ILX Hybrid makes use of a 1.5-liter inline engine and an Integrated Motor Assist electric motor.
Mitsubishi's new electric vehicle, the i-MIEV, has done the unthinkable: It has taken over the title of “greenest car in the U.S.” from the natural gas-powered Honda Civic.