Limited edition models for the Chinese market seem to be the hot thing for the Beijing Auto Show that starts this week.
Rand McNally continues to evolve its iconic Road Atlas to meet the demands of an increasingly connected consumer.
While you cannot "brick" a Nissan Leaf, that electric car can be rendered dead if the 12 volt accessory battery runs down. A member of the MyNissanLeaf forum found this out the hard way.
The report titled Ecodriving and Carbon Footprinting: Understanding How Public Education Can Result in Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fuel Use provides a review and study of ecodrivi
Nothing means more than setting a record for clean cars on Earth Day.
All in an effort to build safer cars in the future, Toyota is developing a new mood-sensing technology.
Want to own the former ride of a Super Bowl MVP? Well, here's your chance. Ex-Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver Hines Ward is selling a pair of ultra-luxurious cars on Ebay.
From smart keys to touchscreens, the cars we drive are changing so fast, a modern Rip Van Winkle would be lost in the driver’s seat of one the more advanced new cars.
The automotive auction put on by Silverstone Auctions, which will take place on May 16th, 2012, will feature this very important Senna steering wheel.
In the race to get electric cars out to consumers, the other less highlighted races are that of a charging infrastructure and updating the grid to become a smart grid.
Ford of Europe has just come out with what could be one of the most brilliant marketing campaigns we’ve ever seen to promote the Active Park Assist feature on their new Ford Focus.
The Edelbrock Performance Academy is a 12-week, 300-hour course that consists of nine different training modules covering intake manifolds and carburetor design, cams and lifters, cylinder heads, c