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Airbag Safety Problems Delay Honda Hydrogen Vehicle Launch

The latest version of the Honda FCV Concept will make its debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Honda’s new fuel-cell vehicle has fallen victim to the maker’s airbag safety problems.

First Drive: 2016 Kia Sorento

Kia is debuting a revised and refined version of the Sorento, which will reach showrooms in January as a 2016 model.

Spyker Declared Bankrupt

Spyker CEO Victor Muller with the B6 Venator. After failing to line up new funding, Dutch sports car manufacturer Spyker has been declared bankrupt and put into receivership.

Lexus Confirms “Track-Ready” Model Coming to Detroit

Is this the 2016 Lexus GS F? Hoping to add still more performance to its traditional mainstream luxury line-up, Lexus has confirmed it will introduce a second, “track-ready” model at the North American International Auto Show next month.

Tesla Stock Price Sliding Due to Low Gas Prices

Low gas prices are taking a bite out Tesla's stock price in the last six weeks. The low gas prices that have been a boon for truck and sport-utility sales are taking a toll on fuel-efficient and electric vehicles… and the stock price of at least one company: Tesla Motors.

Infiniti May Go from Digital Track to Street with Vision Gran Turismo

The Infiniti Vision is the latest addition to Gran Turismo for PlayStation 3. The car could jump from television screen to the streets.

Your Smartphone Could Soon Replace Your Car Keys

The Keyfree digital key system in use. A small Toronto technology start-up could unlock some major changes in tomorrow’s cars, trucks and crossovers.

Car Thefts Plunge By More than Half

Car thefts surged in the 1970s and '80s, but the numbers have been falling since 1991's peak. There may be far more cars on the road, but car theft has plunged 58% since 1991’s all-time high, according to newly released FBI data.

GM Ignition Switch Related Deaths Rises to 42

Kenneth Feinberg has approved 42 claims for death benefits from the GM victims compensation fund. While General Motors’ executives continue to speak confidently of having put the ignition switch recall in the rear-view mirror, casualty claims related to the defective vehicles continue to climb.

Reborn Acura NSX Set for Detroit Debut

Acura offers a tease of the 2016 NSX. When it made its debut in 1990, the original Acura NSX changed the way supercars were supposed to look and feel.

Feds Will Force Takata, Makers to Expand Airbag Recall

Takata's Hiroshi Shimizu said the company does not feel it's appropriate to expand the recall of its airbags.

Alphabet Soup as Chrysler Becomes FCA US LLC

More changes for the newly merged Fiat Chrysler. After nearly 90 years, it’s the end of the road for the familiar Chrysler corporate name.

Volvo Selling Cars to Public Via the Internet

The new XC90 was sold on the Internet by Volvo: successfully. The company plans to roll the plan out across its line-up.

Ford Stock Taking Hit over Uncertainty Surrounding F-150

The all-new Ford F-150 has some Wall Street analysts worried. Ford's stock is down 7.5% this year. The launch of the new Ford F-150 pickup truck has been giving the Wall Street a case of the jitters ever since it was unveiled at the 2014 North American International Auto Show.

EVs May Not be as Green as They Seem

Where does that electricity come from? If you’ve been thinking about buying a new battery-electric vehicle in an effort to be kinder to the environment, a new study suggests you might want to think again.

Tap the Watch to Call Your Car

With BMW's Auto Park Valet, tap your smartwatch and the little i3 quickly comes to pick you up. You’ve finished dinner on the town and are ready to head home for the night.

Asking about Filing a Claim Can Raise Insurance Rates

Filing a claim on your auto insurance can make the rate rise as much as 67%. Before filing that claim on your insurance, it might behoove you to think long and hard about what the financial ramifications of even discussing a problem with your insurance agent may bring.

UAW Plans to Demand Hourly Wage Increase in Next Deal

UAW President Dennis Williams wants a pay increase for hourly workers in the next union contract. Hourly workers Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co.

Burt Reynolds Raises $2.5 Million with Memorabilia Auction

Burt Reynolds' "Bandit" Trans Am sold for $450,000 during a recent auction of his memorabilia. It may have been “for the money, for the glory, and for the fun… mostly for the money,” regardless of the reason, Burt Reynolds’ recent auction of memorabilia, including from the “Smokey and the Bandit” movies, raised more than $2.5 million.

OPEC Claims No Price Target Set for Oil

Abdalla Salem el-Badri, OPEC's top leader, said the organization has not set a target price for oil. Despite speculation that OPEC is manipulating oil prices, the organization has no set price target for oil and will let the market determine what it should cost, said Abdalla Salem el-Badri, head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, according to the Wall Street Journal.