New survey questions turn 2020 results topsy-turvy
VW does an upgrade for its halo vehicle
California EV maker and Honda are tops in American-made vehicles, new Ford Ranger is No. 1 model
Yes, COVID-19 notwithstanding, there are still significant car launches happening this year
Fourteenth in a series. One could say he’s definitionally a “car guy”
Honda, Autoliv co-develop next-gen tech that promises to better protect against head injuries
More good works in the fight against the coronavirus
Stay at home orders are keeping buyers away
First-hand insights into building NSXes, Accords and much more
A range of new steels is being developed to assist body engineers create better trucks, cars and SUVs. Here’s what they can do for everyone from safety engineers to designers
Another year of surprising ups and downs
Tougher headlight criteria reduce number of Top Safety Pick+ winners
Yes, cars you may not readily think of showed sales strength in January. Yes, cars.
Or maybe that should be “How Acura hand builds a 500-hp V6 in a factory in Ohio”
Honda is recalling an older design of defective Takata airbag inflator
The bulk of Cadillac’s lineup—and perhaps all of it—will consist of electric vehicles by 2030, the company says.
These are the elements that make up both a promise and a bill of materials.
Too much about racing. Not enough about driving.
Lexus, Mazda and Toyota captured the top three spots in this year’s Consumer Reports Auto Reliability Survey rankings.
A really good cute ute