It’s 2019 and the automotive world is changing. As domestic car manufacturers wind down production of traditional cars, crossovers, SUVs, and trucks fly off...
Nissan celebrated 50 years of US motorsports at the 2019 New York Auto Show. The company launched the 50th Anniversary Special Edition 370Z.
General Motors finally confirmed the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8. The car will be unveiled on July 18th, 2019 with sales scheduled to begin by the end of the year.
After a number of leaks about the 2020 mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette, Road & Track has pieced together theory about the car's transmission.
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali confirmed the Aventador and Huracan won't be getting a manual transmission due to development cost.
Nearly all major automotive manufacturers are actively developing autonomous driving programs and rigorously testing their concepts on closed courses and open roads.
Tesla has reversed the decision they made only a month ago - deciding to keep many store locations open and increasing prices to offset that cost.
In a captivating press conference at Geneva, Aston Martin pulled the covers off the first working prototype of the Valkyrie and two new mid-engine hypercars.
This is the first sign from Chevrolet that it is indeed producing a C8 Corvette!
Old school 90s Ferraris are coming back thanks to French company Evoluto Automobili. They re-imagine and update the classic red poster car but keep it analog.
Mercedes-Benz is killing its SLC model, but not before launching the 2019 SLC Final Edition - a car that comes full circle to close 23 years of roadster tradition.
J.D Power released the results of its annual U.S Vehicle Dependability Study.