Apparently feeling the winds of consumer interest and change, German automakers BMW and DaimlerChrysler announced yesterday they will be collaborating to develop a new hybrid system.
Don't be surprised if you've never heard of the Tramontana.
More and more cars are featuring hydrogen power.
If something is announced, it still may not happen.
The Cameron Gulbransen Kids and Cars Safety Act would require all new vehicles to have back-up cameras installed.
KSL is reporting that the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) may be looking to alter its customer complaint policy.
If you haven’t noticed by now, we love automotive technology such as more powerful, yet fuel efficient, engines; navigation; and variable suspension systems.
Here's a device we so don’t want to get popular.
Editor Todd Lassa over at Motor Trend Magazine wrote on a rumor about the return of the CRX.For those of you too young to remember (that’s like, over fifty percent), the CRX was a two-door hatch that went on sale over in the states around 1980.
Ah, the Brits.