The Kia Sedona has been an off-and-on part of the South Korean automaker's lineup for more than a decade. Will the Sedona return for 2015? Maybe yes, maybe no.
General Motors isn't the only car company that's spending its Thursday in court: According to NJ.com, Tesla is getting in on the fun, too, filing suit in the hopes that it can continue selling vehicles in New Jersey.
The fate of 2.59 million flawed automobiles could be determined in Corpus Christi, Texas today.
2015 BMW M4 Convertible
While the 2015 BMW M3 sedan and M4 coupe are already familiar to enthusiasts around the world, the drop-top M4 Convertible has remained under wraps--mostly. At the 2014 New York Auto Show, it will make its world debut.
Lexus has released the first official photo of its new compact crossover, the 2015 NX, which debuts on April 20 at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The vehicle is the production version of the string of LF-NX concepts shown over the past year.
A manager for Michael Schumacher has revealed some good news today about the condition of the injured Formula One legend, saying in a statement that Schumacher has started showing some moments of consciousness.
2014 Tesla Model S
One of the alluring features of the Tesla Model S electric luxury sedan is its always-on 4G cellular connection and built-in Internet browser. But have you ever wondered what all those wealthy electric-car drivers are actually looking at on their in-car browsers?
It's fair to say most Toyota Prius owners are probably quite happy with their cars. Sure, they aren't the quickest vehicles on the road, and plug-in cars use even less gas. But they're quiet, efficient and easy to drive.
As we say goodbye to March, the month has brought some good news: The average fuel economy of new vehicles rose to a new high.