AAA study finds buyers more content after purchase—despite hefty prices
Even more intriguing is the potential to remotely power electronic systems and replace wiring harnesses.
Fledgling autonomous vehicle test center seeks tenants, increased utilization
Lexus envisions lunar travel
The Toyota Land Cruiser has been rolling on—and off—streets in America for more than 50 years. And the Heritage Edition is a nice tribute.
Targets 40% of sales by 2030, but sees little near-term demand in U.S.
Are Tesla electric cars spontaneously zooming off on their own?
Joint research project aims to apply struggling car tech to commercial vehicles
The compact car with really, really good mpgs
The final ballots are actually tabulated and kept secret by Deloitte before being revealed on stage in Detroit. . . .
Carmakers have for the first time topped 17 million car and light-truck sales for five years in a row. They surpassed 17 million units only twice before: in 2000 and 2001.
Rather than just trying to see how advanced mobility and robotics will fit into existing structures, Toyota is building a city to help determine how these things can be best integrated into people’s lives
What do events in 2019 portend for the industry’s future?
Starting next year, Californians will be able to have groceries and other goods delivered to them via a self-driving vehicle—with or without an onboard backup driver.
For being the “entry-lux” sedan, this really is one fine automobile
The auto industry contemplates its biggest merger ever, as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group formally agree to $47 billion deal.
Six months ago, Chinese carmaker GAC Motor suspended plans to break into the U.S. market. Last week it began selling SUVs in Russia.
What does a modern sedan look like? This.
Weak new-car deliveries in Europe totaled 1.18 million units, up only 5% over a depressed sales period at this time last year.
It will be a very big deal, literally, when PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles formalize their plan next week to merge.