No matter what you’ve started to consider in a next new car, there are two things that taking a quick spin in a 2014 Ford Fiesta can make abundantly clear.
For a whopping $1.2 billion, Toyota Motor Co. agreed earlier this week to settle a federal criminal probe concerning its statements during the unintended-acceleration-related recalls of Toyota and Lexus vehicles four years ago.
Google CEO Larry Page made a surprising statement at this week's TED conference in Vancouver. During an interview with Charlie Rose, Page said that, instead of leaving his fortune to charity, he'd rather give it to Elon Musk.
2015 Hyundai Sonata (Korean spec)
The redesigned 2015 Hyundai Sonata was revealed overnight in its home market of Korea, though we still have to wait a few more weeks until the car’s official world debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show next month to find out the local specification.
Porsche officials have been talking about the possibility of a four-cylinder engine for the next-gen Boxster and Cayman since at least 2008. And in 2011 a senior Porsche exec confirmed that a four-cylinder engine with a horizontally-opposed ‘boxer’ design was in fact in the works.
Audi has just revealed its third-generation TT, which arrives on these shores early next year, as a 2016 model.
2015 Volkswagen Golf GTE
Volkswagen is on an electric-vehicle model offensive right now. Not only is the e-Up electric minicar on sale in Europe, dominating Germany's electric sales charts, but the automaker has now launched the e-Golf, an electric version of its popular compact--a car that will make its way to U.S. shores.
Japanese automaker Honda has been in the hybrid game from the very start, releasing the quirky, two-seat Insight back in 1999.
Like most accidents, it happened fast, with no warning. I'd just bought a gallon jug of cider at a local apple farm, and was driving my Tesla Model S down the farm's exit driveway, which exits into a 40-mph two-lane suburban road.