When are car companies most like computers? Forget about the future of self-driving cars, or Wall Street’s drive to turn Detroit into Silicon Valley, and vice versa.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published two large recalls from Hyundai this morning. Combined, they affect nearly 600,000 vehicles registered in the U.S.
Distracted driving has been a problem since the first motorists slid behind steering wheels. Eating, smoking, talking to friends, and flipping through radio stations have caused countless accidents over the years and an untold number of deaths.
2018 Audi A5 Sportback
From Motor Authority
Those wacky Germans have found a way to explore every automotive niche known to man--and invent a few of their own. The BMW and Mercedes-Benz product lineups have grown to include every manner of coupe, convertible, sedan, crossover, coupe-like crossover, hatchback sedan, and veloco-transport, plus numerous performance versions of each.
As proof positive that not every supercar originating from Italy is a masterpiece of design, behold the oddball Asfané Charlotte Roadster from Frangivento.
You might think an out-of-the-box Porsche is plenty exclusive—and you'd be right. But for some, that's not enough, and that's why Porsche has been offering personalization options through its Porsche Exclusive program for over three decades now.
Honda Clarity lineup at Honda R&D Center, Tochigi, Japan, June 2017
From Green Car Report
In March, we spent most of a day with the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, the first of three variants of the Clarity mid-size sedan to go on sale in the U.S.
With more plug-in electric vehicles on the road today than ever, automakers are working to solve an impending issue: what to do with used lithium-ion batteries.
China is not only the world's largest single car market, but the market in which the greatest number of plug-in electric cars are sold.