2016 Subaru WRXEnlarge Photo
In writing about autonomous cars, we tend to discuss the advances in (or shortcomings of) self-driving technology. We make assessments based on how well (or how poorly) autonomous vehicles have learned to drive like humans.
Today's WRX and WRX STI models are more than just tuned economy cars. These Impreza offshoots each have their own turbocharged engine and advanced all-wheel-drive systems to put the extra power down, making them a great option for those looking for performance in a more practical package than a muscle car.
In this week's Volkswagen Dieselgate update, the automaker misses an important deadline, dealers demand compensation to see them through the scandal, and Kentucky files a lawsuit.
2016 Audi R18 LMP1 race carEnlarge Photo
This year’s World Endurance Championship is just getting started with official testing, known as the Prologue, currently underway at France’s Circuit Paul Ricard.
You’ve already seen the BMW M4 hit the “ultimate racetrack.” Now watch the car tear through a futuristic city landscape on a dedicated track perched high above the hustle and bustle of the traffic below.
Following the success of the six Lightweight E-Types built two years ago, Jaguar has announced another run of “continuation” models. This time it’s the much rarer XKSS, a sports car built in the 1950s on unused chassis of the hugely successful D-Type Le Mans race car.
Karma Automotive intends to place its namesake plug-in hybrid luxury sedan back into production before the end of the year. As well as adopting a new name, the company formerly known as Fisker Automotive is working on setting up its own factory in Costa Mesa, California.
The Tesla Model 3 electric car will be unveiled to the public tomorrow evening, at long last, and Tesla will also accept reservations for the car starting tomorrow. So when March 31 rolls around, how exactly do you reserve a Model 3?
Electric cars all come with a 120-volt charging cable that can charge the battery from a household socket if there are no other options. But sooner or later, most battery-electric car owners will want a 240-volt Level 2 charging station that can recharge the car as much as four times faster.