Honda, Mazda, Nissan Recall Autos for Airbag Issue
Takata Corp. recently realized that the earlier recall had not included all of the problem airbags, the automakers said.
Is Detroit's Horsepower War Doomed?
A 650-horsepower Corvette begs the question: Will this end well?
3 Ways Tesla's Patent Move Can Prove Critics Wrong
Tesla made waves last week when it took the padlock off its patent library. How can the move pay off over the long run?
Tesla’s Open Source Cars Could Expedite the Growth of the EV Market
Tesla Motors plans to grant its rivals open source access to its key patents to expedite the growth of the EV market. Will this bold gambit work?
3 Vehicles That May Soon Be Discontinued in the U.S.
With sales of these three vehicles on the downswing, automakers may choose to axe these lines in the not so distant future.
For Tesla Motors Inc., a Plan to Give Away the Supercharger Could Be Huge
At the UK launch of its Model S, Tesla Motors Inc. co-founder Elon Musk says he’d be willing to allow competitors’ electrics to “fuel up” at supercharger stations.
Nissan Motor Co. Finishes 2013 on a High Note, but Warns of a Modest Year Ahead
With the "yen effect" fading away, let’s take a look at the weapon at Nissan’s disposal to drive sustainable growth.
Can China Be the Answer to Nissan Motor Co.'s Electric-Vehicle Dilemma?
Though Nissan has spent billions on electric vehicle technology, it’s yet to reap the returns. The latest developments in China could be an answer to Nissan’s prayers.
Google Plans to Launch 100 Driverless Cars by Next Year
Google wants to put 100 driverless cars on the road by next year. Read on to find out why.
Fiat S.p.A. and Chrysler Have an Electric-Car Problem
Is the newly merged automaker falling far behind in the green-car race?