A new study conducted by researches at College@Home has concluded what many people already believe: commuting is hazardous to your health.
Steelmakers in the midwestern state are planning to invest up to 1.5 billion dollars to expand their production facilities up to 2 million square feet just to fill the orders, according to an artic
A recent run of high profile lithium-ion battery related incidents has prompted the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to schedule a meeting with automakers to discuss the battery’s saf
The man most credited with resurrecting the SRT Viper, Ralph Gilles, President and CEO of SRT, and Senior Vice President of Chrysler Design, took to the streets of Detroit in the car that he dreame
Ralph Gilles explained at the debut of the 2013 SRT Viper and SRT Viper GTS-R that the race-only GTS-R would re-introduce the Viper name to the world of endurance racing via the American LeMans Ser
If you race it, they will buy it. If they see it raced, they will want it, at least so goes the logic behind.
Nissan is recalling 26,626 model year 2012 Titan and Armada vehicles, manufactured from August 12, 2011 through March 13, 2012.
The Prancing Horse has conquered the minds of gearheads everywhere for years with their innovation and Italian flare and passion for building supercars.
The Lamborghini Reventón is expected to sell for a £1 million British pounds, around 1.6 million US dollars. The Reventon is one of only 20 produced is assumed to be the only example in the UK.
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.