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Fiat and Mitsubishi Teaming Up on New Midsize Pickup

Fiat and Mitsubishi entered into an agreement for the Japanese maker to provide Fiat with midsize trucks in Europe and Latin America.

House Democrats Introduce New Auto Safety Bill

Rep. Henry Waxman and other Democrats introduced a new vehicle safety bill. Just days after U.S. Senators laid into auto safety regulators during a committee hearing, a group of House Democrats introduced an auto safety reform bill mandating automakers make information about potential safety problems more easily accessible.

FCA, Hyundai Movin’ on Up with New HQs

Fiat Chrysler's headquarters in London has an impressive neighbor: the Queen of England. Photo Credit: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Hyundai Motor suddenly have one thing in common: a willingness to spend big money for their new headquarters buildings in Great Britain and South Korea.

Nissan Charged Up about Battery Rumors

Nissan denied reports that it is considering cutting back on its EV-related production that has been a key component of CEO Carlos Ghosn's tenure.

Citroen Show Car to Deliver 141 MPG

The Citroen C4 Cactus Airflow 2L is as large as a Ford Focus but lighter than a Mazda Miata. It’s as big as a Ford Focus, lighter than a Mazda Miata, and can cut through the air nearly as efficiently as a jet.

Cadillac to Launch New Flagship in Late 2015

The new flagship is expected to show the strong influence of the Cadillac Elmiraj concept coupe. Cadillac will fill a long-open gap in its line-up when it launches production of an all-new flagship sedan late next year, the as-yet unnamed “high-technology” car set to be produced at General Motors’ “Poletown” plant in Detroit.

First Drive: 2015 Ford Mustang

The new 2015 Ford Mustang GT maintains its basic design cues without looking retro. “When you’re redoing an icon,” says Ford’s new CEO Mark Fields, you find yourself gripped by “a combination of a great honor and a great fear.” Just ask Dave Pericak, who was given the daunting job of redesigning one of those icons as the chief engineer for the 2015 Ford Mustang program.

Lotus Mulls Cutting a Quarter of its Workforce

The Lotus Evora 4414 plug-in got the nod of approval from the auto engineering world, but that wasn't enough to keep it from financial issues.

Dodge Challenger Hellcat Gets 22 MPG Highway Rating

The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and its 707 horsepower posted a stunning highway mileage figure of 22 mpg.

Tomorrow’s Mustang Will Likely Adopt Radical New Powertrain Options

The 2015 Ford Mustang now gets an EcoBoost engine option that balances performance and mileage. When Ford Motor Co.

China’s Lack of Brand Loyalty Helping German Automakers

Buyers in China looking for a luxury brand lean toward German makers, such as BMW. Chinese consumers are proving as fickle as their counterparts in the United States, according to a new study by the Boston Consulting Group, and that may be good news for German car brands there.

Nissan’s Need Sparks One-of-a-Kind “Hybrid” Truck

Nissan engineers in Arizona needed a truck to use at their tech center so they built one... out of a Leaf.

Watch Out Ferrari – Here Comes the Bentley Mulsanne Speed

Bentley's new Mulsanne Speed model boasts torque numbers even Ferrari can respect. For those who have the taste – and the budget – for high-performance imports, brands like Ferrari, Lamborghini, or perhaps Aston Martin, are likely to come immediately to mind.

Audi Secures First Driverless Car Permit in California

Audi is the first company to receive an autonomous driving permit issued by California California’s fabled automotive culture passed another milestone today as the state’s new law governing autonomous driving went into effect, leaving the road open to pilotless cars though they aren’t expected to turn up on the 405, the Pacific Coast Highway or the Golden Gate Bridge anytime soon.

GM Boosts Production as Sales Surge for Midsize Colorado, Canyon Pickups

Chevrolet will offer both a fuel-efficient I-4 engine and a more powerful V-6, with a diesel coming a year later.

Germany’s ZF Coughs up $13.5 Bil to Buy TRW

ZF's acquisition of TRW may have just heated up the competition among suppliers to develop autonomous vehicle technologies.

Toyota Teases C-HR Crossover Concept

Toyota offers up a teaser silhouette of the C-HR concept crossover coming to the Paris Motor Show. Toyota helped define the small crossover when it launched the original RAV4 two decades ago.

America’s Rudest Drivers

You got a problem? Fuhgeddaboutit. New Jersey drivers barely made the Top 10, and California’s not even on the list.

Deaths Attributable to GM Ignition Switch Problem Rises

GM victims' fund czar Kenneth Feinberg approved payouts for 19 death claims. The number of people killed as a result of General Motors’ faulty ignition switch allowing for the deactivation of the airbags in 2.6 million compact vehicles now officially stands at 19.

Marking a Mini Milestone with the New Cooper S Hardtop

Mini celebrated the 3 millionth car built at the Oxford, England plant. The 2015 models are now in production.