Some 2012-2014 Audi A6s To Get Free Headlamp Swap
Audi will replace the headlamps on some 2012-2014 A6s, to resolve a problem with their headlamps. On affected vehicles, the headlamps could fill up with water or gather heavy condensation on the inside of the headlamp assembly.
Since February, it seems as if General Motors has issued a massive new round of recalls every couple of days. Today is no exception.
New-car sales in June kept up a heated pace, with most automakers reporting strong gains for the month.
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General Motors has released a teaser for a new Buick crossover set to debut in China later this year, most likely at the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show in November. The new crossover is called the Envision, a name GM used for a concept version unveiled back in 2011, and it will sit between the Encore and Enclave in Buick's crossover lineup.
It’s official: the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is the most powerful production muscle car ever—and even more powerful than the Viper supercar, with 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque on tap.
We’ve seen and heard a lot about all the cars featured in the latest Transformers movie, Transformers: Edge of Extinction, but now we have details on a very special vehicle that starred alongside Tom Cruise in the latest sci-fi flick Edge of Tomorrow. That vehicle is a bespoke Jeep Wrangler, built by British tuner and coachbuilder A. Kahn Design.
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China is a tricky but potentially lucrative market to conquer. Automotive brands all around the world want a piece of the action given the potential rewards, but the market is still quite different to others around the globe.
In an action sure to appease fans of a greener transportation future, the U.S. Supreme Court has chosen to decline oil and ethanol companies' appeal to a decision to uphold California's Low Carbon Fuels Standard (LCFS).
Cars sold in the U.S. have to meet certain safety regulations in order to ensure their legality on U.S. roads. Unfortunately for Toyota, one of those safety regulations for electric vehicles would prevent its upcoming fuel-cell sedan from driving after even a small fender-bender--so the company is seeking exemption for the vehicle.