This week the big deal in the automotive industry is not only the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, but the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Yes, the world's most talked-about electric car will have third row kiddie seats in a throwback to the 1970s. Check out the photo if you don't believe it. Look comfy?
Via Motors today unveiled their plug-in hybrid (a.k.a. extended range electric) trucks today at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
The car combines sleek styling, forward-looking connectivity implementation, state-of-the-art safety features, as well as the company's next-generation hybrid power train.
The gist is Barrett-Jackson is a good auction event to get a feel of where the collector car market is with 250,000 visitors anticipating 1,000 collector cars hitting the auction block.
While Ferrari wizened up by deciding not to build an SUV, Alfa Romeo also agreed so far not to engage in this pursuit, Maserati felt it would be better suited for a very upscale performance SUV it
This concept will hit showrooms as a 2013 model later this year and the final production prototype is expected to unveil at the New York International Auto Show in April.
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) 2012 opened its doors to over 5,000 journalists from 55 countries this morning, who witnessed the unveiling of 27 vehicles seen for the first time
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According to several news reports currently circulating CNW Research claims the "federal investigation of three fires that occurred after Volt crash tests lowered demand for the car," which flies i
The Hyundai Lifetime Battery Guarantee adds to what is known as Hyundai Assurance, which covers the powetrain for 100,000 miles or more.
Last week GM unveiled plans for fixing the identified problem which caused the fire in a crash tested Chevy Volt last summer.
CODA Automotive, a leading developer of all-electric vehicles, today announced that the zero-emission CODA sedan will have two mileage range and price options in 2012.
Nissan's e-NV200 electric "multi-usage vehicle" (a.k.a. commercial van) was unveiled today in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show.
“Our job is to provide outstanding cars,” he said. “Cars that elicit an emotional response and tug at the heart. Cars that take the Lexus ownership experience to a whole new level. Cars like this…”