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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced today that it will vastly expand its recall of older Dodge, Chrysler, and Mitsubishi vehicles to replace driver-side airbags manufactured by disgraced auto supplier Takata.
In 1984, a road-legal car capable of a 4.8-second sprint to 60 mph that could also turn and stop, and was almost practical, sounded like vaporware to most people.
If you’re the full-sized, front-driven sedan type, bigness and comfort surely loom large on your list of automotive priorities.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced today that it will recall more than 250,000 Dodge Ram 1500 pickups in the U.S.
Tesla’s long-promised battery-swap technology, making charging up as quick as filling your gas tank, is finally here.
There’s a high-fiber thread weaving through Subaru that runs contrary to convention. While the station-wagon body style has been experiencing widespread decline and some automakers have abandoned it entirely, plucky Subaru sells four times as many wagons and wagonlike crossovers as it does sedans.
The 2017 Cadillac CT6 will sprinkle high-def screen wizardry onto us all—or, well, those who can afford a $70K-plus Caddy—in the form of a combination glass rearview mirror and TFT display.
Every Lamborghini since the bull house opened in 1963 has worn Pirelli tires. To celebrate this, Lamborghini is putting Pirelli on a special-edition Aventador LP 700-4, and we don’t just mean what’s wrapped around the wheels.
The federal government’s first Humvee auction went well. Military.com reports IronPlanet Inc. auctioned off 25 of the trucks for the Pentagon, raking in $744,000 in the process (plus a 10-percent commission for the auction house).
Surprising news in the roadster world: Alfa Romeo boss Harald Wester tells CAR Magazine that the Italian brand will build its own new Spider completely in-house, while the Miata-based roaster that’s been planned since 2012 will wear the Fiat-Abarth badge.
Examples of real courage in the auto industry are rare, as the astronomical stakes involved with any new vehicle program tend to produce conservative, play-it-safe thinking.
This week’s episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee features some great stars: A 1956 Corvette recently rescued from the abandoned Peter Max collection, a 1994 Land Rover Defender 90, and a 13-foot Boston Whaler boat.
Toyota likes to call the Prius iconic. We suppose it probably is iconic to a certain segment of the car-buying public.
Bad news coming out of Sweden: Alain Visser, Volvo’s director of marketing, tells Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri that the automaker will pull out of Swedish Touring Car competition as soon as contractually possible.
The Russian ruble is in a collapse, having lost more than 40 percent of its value since June. In response, General Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, and Audi have all decided to temporarily halt sales in Russia to wait for more stable times, Automotive News reports.
Ford is expanding its regional recall of faulty Takata driver’s side airbag inflators to all 50 states.
At the beginning, when the Infiniti brand was just a gleam in the eye of Nissan product planners desirous of the margins and prestige enjoyed by the likes of the Mercedes-Benz S-class, BMW 7-series, and Jaguar XJ, the money-shot locus of the Japanese automaker’s best technology and boldest ideas was the V-8-powered Q45 flagship.
What It Is: Lexus’s next high-performance F model. It’s based on the current GS mid-size luxury sedan and is captured here wearing almost no camouflage.
This isn’t the first time that Jim Glickenhaus has overseen the creation of a new car—his Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina and the follow-up race car, P4/5 Competizione, continue to capture the imagination of enthusiasts—but the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus 003 project is a different thing entirely.
Last month, Toyota did more than its part to fuglify the future with its fuel-cell-powered Mirai production sedan.