Photos from the International Auto Show in New York City.
The number of traffic deaths increased to 274 in 2012—speeding caused 81 of them.
Cars totaled in hurricanes and other disasters are imported to Europe, reconditioned by criminal organizations with dangerously poor workmanship, and sold for a low price.
BMW announced record earnings of $6.6 billion for 2012. Profits jumped by 4.4 percent on strong sales in China and the United States, the company reported on March 14.
On March 10 you’ll be able to get your hands on the new 2014 Subaru Forester. If the past two months of snow haven’t convinced you to ditch your European import [...]
In-car technology, a.k.a. the “fifth screen,” could be the new marketing frontier.
Telsa CEO Elon Musk fired a salvo at the New York Times in saying that the paper of record inaccurately reviewed the auto company’s Model S luxury electric car.
Six steps to getting the best deal on a used car.
Ford plans to hire 2,200 salaried workers as the company forecasts robust growths in the automobile sector for 2013.
German luxury carmakers are on cruise control, selling more cars than ever before in 2012. BMW beat Audi and Daimler, but all three brands registered strong growth.