2017 Chevrolet Trax
In many parts of the U.S., Tesla Motors has had to fight tooth and nail to set up shop and show off its all-electric cars. Those efforts haven't always been successful.
After just a couple years on the market, the subcompact Chevrolet Trax gets a midcycle update for the 2017 model year, with revised styling, an updated interior, and new safety features. Chevrolet's smallest crossover, and a platform-mate to the Buick Encore, the Trax is based on the Chevrolet Sonic's architecture.
Last week, we told you about plans to end the sale of gas and diesel vehicles in Norway and the Netherlands by the year 2025. Could Germany follow suit? At least one government official hopes so, and he'd like to see it happen by 2030.
2017 Nissan 370Z
Walk up to the counter, tell the Nissan dealer the trim model of the 2017 Nissan 370Z you want, take two steps to the left, hand the cashier your money, take your keys and go home.
Audi's next-generation A8 has been spotted once again. The car is confirmed for a market launch in 2017, which means we'll likely see it arrive as a 2018 model.
BMW turned 100 this year and as part of the celebrations unveiled a forward-looking concept aptly named the Vision Next 100. But BMW isn’t celebrating alone as the German automaker’s subsidiaries Mini and Rolls-Royce have Vision Next 100 concepts of their own.
2010 BMW 740d
For U.S. buyers who want diesel cars, German luxury brands have traditionally offered the widest array of model choices. But in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal, some of those carmakers now appear less enthusiastic about bringing new diesel models to the U.S.
Is it possible to use political satire to sell a car? In the age of social media and viral marketing, carmakers have tried some pretty unusual stunts in order to sell their vehicles (think Matthew McConaughey's deadpan stoner Lincoln ads).
It happens every so often: a driver claims that a car accelerated out of control just before it crashed into something or other. Only in the last 10 years have automakers had data to investigate the claims, usually from a "black box" that captures a car's most recent few seconds of operating information.