Toyota to invest $2.1 billion more in North Carolina battery plant
Toyota will invest another $2.1 billion in an electric and hybrid vehicle battery factory that’s under construction near Greensboro, North Carolina.
US regulators to require automatic emergency braking for new cars, trucks
U.S. regulators say automatic braking technology will dramatically reduce rear-end crashes, saving an estimated 360 lives per year.
TikTok ‘Kia Boys’ still stealing cars despite software update, driver warns
The infamous social media users dubbed the “Kia Boys” exposed how easy it is to steal some Kia vehicles.
Ford electric vehicle owners to get access to Tesla Supercharger network
There are about 54,000 public vehicle charging stations in the U.S., but many charge much more slowly than Tesla stations.
Your car is spying on you, but a new website helps you learn what's being shared
If you remember the computer chip shortage that continues to slow automakers, it's because modern vehicles are computers on wheels, so what does that mean?
Ford decides to keep AM radio on 2024 models, will restore AM on 2 electric vehicles from 2023
Owners of new Ford vehicles will be able to tune in to AM radio in their cars, trucks and SUVs after all.
Some companies refusing to cover certain Hyundai, Kia car models: Here's the reason why
As Hyundai and Kia deal with an ongoing issue related to some of their older model cars, some who drive cars made by the two companies are experiencing some issues when it comes to insurance. Here's what you should know about the problem, as well as what you can do about it.
Ford CEO announces changes, including non-negotiated vehicle prices
Ford CEO Jim Farley said ahead of the company’s capital markets day event Monday that the days of Ford being all things to all people are over.
Ford recalled 310,000 trucks over air bag issue
A build-up of dust inside a cable of the steering wheel can interrupt the electrical connection, according to Ford.
132K Jeep Cherokee SUVs recalled over fire risk – here's what to know
Owners of certain Jeep Cherokee vehicles are being asked to park outside “until the recall has been remedied.”
Repelled by high car prices, Americans are holding on to their vehicles longer than ever, data shows
The average age of a passenger vehicle on U.S. roads hit a record 12.5 years this year, according to data gathered by S&P Global Mobility.
GM issues recall for nearly 1M vehicles because of airbag inflators that may explode
GM says the recall was issued 'out of an abundance of caution.'
Rivian beats revenue estimates on high-end EV sales
Rivian reported a smaller net loss in addition to better-than-expected revenue numbers for the quarter.
Carjacking crisis overwhelms police nationwide: See where your state ranks
Car thefts are so bad in NYC, the mayor recently handed out 500 airtags to New Yorkers to hide in their vehicles so they can track them if they’re stolen.
Ferrari's $400K SUV is sold out until 2026
Purosangue is Ferrari's first four-door model.
AI-powered cruise control can stop 'phantom traffic jams' before they start
Software predicts the perfect speed to keep from having to stop.
Volkswagen sees sales decline in China, pledges recovery this year
Volkswagen sold 14.5% fewer vehicles in China, the world’s largest car market. Chinese auto rivals are developing new electric and hybrid vehicles at competitive prices and competing with foreign brands.
How the latest Fed interest rate hike could impact credit card debt, auto loans
The Federal Reserve has raised its key interest rate yet again in its drive to cool inflation, a move that will directly affect most Americans.
There are only 3 new cars priced under $20,000 now
The average new car price was $48,008 in March, according to Kelley Blue Book, a drop of $550 from the prior month.
GM ditching Chevy Bolt, shifting to electric trucks
General Motors is ready to move on from its top-selling electric vehicle to make room for larger models that run on new battery technology.