More than 30,000 on- and off-road vehicles impacted
Because 647 hp isn’t enough. . . .
New Zealand program promises to be a world first for tests involving consumers
The automaker with the best solution for reducing weight will be the one with the clearest vision of the endgame and the strategy to get there.
Well, that has to be put in a certain amount of context. . .
A final decision is due in March about whether Mahindra’s Roxor offroader looks too much like Jeep’s iconic CJ military-style SUV.
European carmakers are pushing a 10-point plan to help reach the region’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Cost is a biggie, plus safety and consumer acceptance
Well, if you are one of 225 people in North America, you can find out
SGL touts recent wins in North America and Europe
Germany’s auto industry, which depends heavily on exports, is in trouble.
A science advisor panel says the Trump administration would do the country more good by scrapping its plan to curb the tougher emission limits for cars currently due in 2021.
The Volkswagen Group, which is getting more bullish about electric cars by the month, now predicts its namesake brand will build 1 million EVs by 2023, two years sooner than previously forecast—and 1.5 million more in 2025 alone.
Yes, if you’re going to test a car that goes 250 mph, odds are you want something straight and smooth to run it on
Additive manufacturing (AM) is just one manufacturing method that drives advanced mobility forward and also has a history of embracing the digital connectivity demanded by this trend.
When you have the chief engineer talking about the Stingray, you truly learn everything
President Donald Trump says his administration won’t unveil finalized fuel economy standards until sometime next year.
Uniti has announced that its city car, the Uniti One, is open for deposits. If you live in Sweden or the UK.
The Trump administration has asked a federal judge to reject a California lawsuit the asserts the state’s right to set limits for carbon dioxide tailpipe emissions.
Daimler AG says it will reduce its global workforce 3% or at least 10,000 jobs by the end of 2022.