Two of Nissan's most eccentric models disappear for 2015.
Audi celebrates the production of the six-millionth model equipped with its quattro all-wheel drive system.
Toyota and BMW announce a shared vehicle platform for sports cars.
Ford refines the Fusion even further for the 2015 model year.
Jaguar has developed a head-up display for road and track driving.
Congress will vote on a bill to potentially stall cuts to highway funding.
Hackers compete for $10k to hack a Tesla Model S.
Mazda will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its rotary engine by bringing back the RX-7.
Cadillac adds a coupe to its ATS lineup.
BMW continues perfecting its inductive charging station technology.