Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit hit shelves earlier this month and already, the folks at Electronic Arts have the next installment of the NFS series in progress - and TorqueNews.com has already played the next Need for Speed.
A wide-ranging study finds that Hyundai enjoys more consumer loyalty than any other auto company, beating even the big-name luxury brands by a large margin. In fact, Hyundai cars and crossovers get more love from their owners than almost all other brand-name products.
During an event at the Detroit Hamtramck to celebrate the production of the 2011 Chevy Volt, GM North America President Mark Reuss announced that the first 2011 Chevy Volt built for the retail market would be auctioned off to benefit the Detroit Public School system.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration announced today that Volvo is recalling a variety of 2011 models, including the S60, S80, XC60 and XC70 for concerns over the engine control module cutting fuel from the engine.
Ford just launched the more comfortable, XLT Premium Wagon version of the Transit Connect work truck. The reason of this launch is because the consumers are finding interesting and innovative ways to tune and customize the vehicle for nomadic activities.
Company CEO Sergio Marchionne announced Friday that new Jeep models will be built at Alfa Romeo’s Mirafiori plant in Turin, Italy but those vehicles will be powered by engines and transmissions from US plants.
In the United States, the Nissan Leaf has been edged out for major awards by the Chevrolet Volt from publications like Automobile Magazine and Motor Trend, even though the Leaf is a pure-electric car while the Volt is a next-generation hybrid.