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Electric vehicle upstart Faraday Future dribbles out more teasers for its first car, this time with a video showing it racing a Ferrari, a Bentley and a Tesla.
Packed with modern tech and creature comforts, Buick's come a long way from your grandpa's LeSaber with the 2017 LaCrosse Premium.
Michigan passed the first law allowing the use and future purchase of truly driverless autonomous vehicles on the roads.
Chrysler's new minivan is already the first hybrid on the market, is a gas-free version in the wings?
Ford builds a track-only GT350 race car, and Michigan passes the most comprehensive autonomous car law to date.
And even after that you won't need to do much to keep this $30,000 EV running like a top.
Ford builds a track-only GT350 racecar, and Michigan passes the most comprehensive autonomous car law to date.
It's reportedly working with Samsung, which would supply Tesla with semiconductors for this chip.
CarPlay is, or soon will be, available in 200 different models worldwide.
The car's manual says capacity may drop by 10 to 40 percent over the life of the battery's eight-year warranty period.
The FP350S is meant for a number of road racing events, but you'll need a trailer to get it from track to track.
Governor Snyder's signature permits testing and sale of full self-driving cars, making it one of the most autonomy-friendly states in the Union.
Las Vegas instead of Detroit? In January? I don't blame the company one bit.
The all-new Alpine sports car is slated to launch in 2017, and we're geeking out.
We've been waiting to get behind the wheel of the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor and it did not disappoint. Whooo-boy, it did not disappoint at all.
Either show the whole car ahead of time or exercise some chill on the whole news-cycle-domination thing.
It's a funky little brick, it's electric, and it's even got a garden built into the dashboard.
With better handling, a wealth of new safety features and both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay across the range, Subaru has a real winner on its hands.
If you want the 505-horsepower Quadrifoglio version, though, it's going to cost a pretty penny.
This new model will mark the full-size luxury car's fifth generation.