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Chevy Hoping for Sonic Boom with 2017 Model

The new 2017 Chevrolet Sonic made its debut today, including the hatchback version which comes exclusively in RS trim.

FBI Warns Motor Vehicles “Increasingly Vulnerable” to Hacking

The FBI and NHTSA issued a bulletin warning automakers and vehicle owners to be aware their vehicles could be susceptible to terrorist hackers.

Key Scion Models Live On as Toyotas – But Get New Names

The 2016 Scion iM will be renamed the Toyota Corolla iM when it enters the maker's mainstream line-up.

Ford’s Fields Collects $18.6 Million for 2015

Ford Motor Co. CEO Mark Fields earned nearly $18.6 million in total compensation in 2015, including a base salary of $1.75 million.

Uber Reportedly Buying 100,000 Mercedes S-Class Sedans

It's not clear how Uber would distribute the S-Class sedans to its network of contract drivers. Ride-sharing service Uber has reportedly placed an order for at least 100,000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedans.

Gas Prices Jumping Up as Driving Season Kicks Off

The start of the spring driving season, refinery maintenance and production cuts have combined to increase gas prices.

20 Automakers Commit to Standard Auto Braking by 2022

A schematic showing how an AEB system advises a motorist approaching the vehicle ahead too quickly. Calling it “a win” for consumers,” U.S.

Midsize Mercedes GLC Gets the AMG Treatment

The GLC get a twin-turbo V-6. It’s going to be a high octane New York Auto Show for Mercedes-Benz. The German maker is bringing an array of new models to the Big Apple this month, with a number of them getting the AMG treatment.

Nissan GT-R Debut Teased Ahead of NY Auto Show

Nissan will launch the GT-R update in NY. The Nissan GT-R seldom sits still, whether on the track or in the engineering department.

Automakers to Make Auto Braking Standard by 2022

NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind has promoted a more aggressive use of safety technology. Automatic Emergency Braking will become standard on virtually all cars sold in the United States by 2022, a group of leading automakers, safety advocates and regulators will announce today, according to several sources.

GM Financial Arm Strengthens Loan Portfolio

GM Financial is strengthening its loan portfolio with more prime loans by using subsidized deals. General Motors has moved to reduce its dependence on subprime loans, according to a new report from Moody’s Investor Services.

Autonomous Advocates Tell Senate to Create Self-Driving Rules

Automakers, suppliers, tech companies and others asked members of a Senate committee to establish federal rules governing autonomous vehicles.

Is Gen-Z Ready to Fall in Love with Cars Again?

Millennials may not want to driver, but the next generation up, Gen Z, is more than ready to get behind the wheel.

FCA Amends $2.8B Loan Freeing Cash for Product Development

FCA officials negotiated the removal of covenants on two loans gaining access to a $2.8 billion credit revolver for product development.

First Look: 2017 Mercedes-Benz CLA and CLA45

The most significant updates to the 2017 CLA45 are designed to improve aerodynamics. It can be risky to mess with success, and few models in Mercedes-Benz history have come out of the gate faster than the compact CLA.

Muscle Car Wars Heat Up as Chevy Reveals New 2017 Camaro ZL1

The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 bumps the pony count up to 640 with its LT4 V-8. If you think the battle for the White House has gotten nasty, just check out the fight for supremacy in the pony car market.

Mercedes Teaming with Nissan-Renault on One-Ton Pickup

Mercedes is expected to build its new one-ton pickup based on the Nissan NP300 Navara sold in Europe, Australia and other markets.

GM and Lyft Launch Short-Term Rental Program for Drivers

GM's new program with Lyft will allow drivers to rent a Chevy Equinox for $99 a week, but the plan is to roll the new Volt into that line-up.

Terrorists Could Use Autonomous Vehicles as Car Bombs

Terror groups like ISIS and the Taliban have made car bombs one of their favorite weapons. Just this week, car bombs have left dozens dead in Turkey, Iraq and Germany, and the problem could become even worse if terrorists get their hands on autonomous vehicles, a cyber-security expert warned during the South-by-Southwest conference in Austin, Texas.

VW Hit With New Lawsuits by Investors, Former Employee

VW officials initially thought the scandal would have a minimal financial impact. Already facing more than 500 lawsuits in the U.S., Volkswagen has been hit with two new legal actions that could seriously compound the problems it is facing in the wake of revelations it cheated on diesel emissions tests.