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Google Takes Next Step in Self-Driving Car Development

Google's self-driving car took another step toward reality as the company used prototypes to give a focus group a few test drives.

New Car Sales Predicted to Top 17 Million in the US in 2015

TrueCar expects the luxury vehicle segment to experience the largest sales growth in 2015. A catalytic combination of an improving economy and lower gas prices will result in record results for the auto industry in 2015.

Fiat Chrysler Stakes Claim in Van Market with ProMaster

The Ram ProMaster City is smaller than the traditional body-on-frame vans employed by variety of users in the U.S., but easier to maneuver.

Nissan’s Taxi of Tomorrow Gets Go for Big Apple Debut

Nissan has been fleet-testing its NV200 cabs at both its Arizona proving grounds - and in New York. If you can make it there you can make it anywhere, or so Nissan is hoping as it gets ready to put the first of its NV200-based cabs out onto the sometimes mean streets of New York.

Falling Gas Prices Putting Money in Consumers Pockets

Gas prices continue to tumble, dropping 25 cents in the last two weeks to an average of $2.47 a gallon.

First Look: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

The new Cadillac CTS-V is the luxury brand's first production model to break the 200 mph wall. When General Motors flagship brand launched its then-new ATS sedan several years ago, it sounded a warning shot to competitors with an audacious ad campaign dubbed “Cadillac v the World.” In hindsight, it might have wanted to wait a bit, because the all-new Caddy CTS-V promises to be the true world-beater.

Ford Bringing Back GT Racer for Detroit Auto Show

This GT40 Le Mans winner could get a stablemate as Ford is expected to debut a new version at the Detroit Auto Show next month.

U.S. Auto Industry Generates Record $1.1 Trillion in 2014 Sales

More than 54 million new and used vehicles will be purchase in 2014 accounting fro $1.1 trillion. When the books are closed on 2014, combined new and used auto sales are likely to reach a record $1.1 trillion in the U.S.

FCA Recalls 280,000 Dodge Rams for Axle Problem

The 2005 Dodge Ram is being recalled for a problem with the rear axle. Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 280,000 Dodge Ram pickups around the world due to a rear axle problem.

New Car Sales Looking Strong in December

Low gas prices are helping to drive sales of full-size pickups like the Ford F-150, which is helping the year end on a high note.

Automakers Scramble As Russia’s Economy Melts down

GM is one of several makers to cut off shipments to dealers like Moscow's Major, while others are sharply rising prices as the ruble collapses.

Takata Runs Full-Page Ad Claiming It Will Do More

Ford is the latest automaker to expand its recall of Takata airbags from a regional action to a national one.

Cadillac Set to Debut World’s First Streaming Video Rearview Mirror

Cadillac will introduce a new streaming video alternative to the traditional rearview mirror late next year on the planned CT6 premium luxury sedan.

Toyota Plowing $126 Million in Michigan Facilities

Toyota plans to invest $126 million into its Ann Arbor, Michigan-based technical center and, by extension, giving the it more decision-making responsibilities.

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.