As part of an effort to stay connected with people in the digital age, Mattel is sponsoring a nationwide search for a custom vehicle that can be a model for a 50th anniversary Hot Wheels car.
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A top safety official said she would raise awareness about the hazard, but would not commit to mandating a software fix to increase alerts to drivers.
America’s premier luxury car brand has parted ways with its president and finds itself reckoning with an uncomfortable truth: Most people don’t want cars anymore.
Jack Ewing, who covers autos and economics for The Times, says a “Jetsons”-like future is still far off, even as cars become even more computerized.
In graying Japan, concern that drivers with dementia are causing accidents has prompted the authorities to urge older people to surrender their licenses.
With attendance down, some auto museums that were once prime attractions have closed their doors.
Weaned from using a key, drivers have left cars running in garages, spewing exhaust into homes. Despite years of deaths, regulatory action has lagged.
Self-driving technology could one day turn your car into a mobile living room. That has companies trying to figure out how to even out the roughest spots of the road to the future.
Drive.ai said it would start a taxi service in Texas. It was the first new rollout of autonomous cars in the United States since one operated by Uber killed a pedestrian in March.
A contentious conference call with analysts after Tesla’s earnings announcement sent shares of the electric-car maker sharply lower.
The chief executive said the electric-car maker would be profitable in the second half of the year if it met its production goals.
The indictment of Martin Winterkorn makes Volkswagen more vulnerable to lawsuits by shareholders who say top managers concealed risks.
The state's move escalates a revolt against a proposed rollback of fuel economy standards that threatens to split the country’s auto market.
Most major automakers on Tuesday posted lower new U.S. vehicle sales for April as consumer demand continued to weaken and competition intensified following a lengthy boom for the industry.
A biography of the legendary Italian carmaker shines a light on the man and the automotive empire he built.
The automaker is accelerating efforts to slash costs in a bid to turn around its fortunes both at home and abroad.
Beijing’s plan will change little on the ground and offers a slim chance to become the starting point in talks to avert a trade war with Washington.
Travis VanderZanden, chief executive of electric scooter start-up Bird, is unperturbed by how San Francisco and other cities are in an uproar over the dockless vehicles.
Elon Musk, the electric-car company’s chief, said Tesla would lose money and die if it began selling the cheapest version of its mass-market car too soon.
President Trump is trying to broker a deal to bring down the national trade deficit with China. Experts doubt his goal is achievable.