Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles' Ram division has issued a voluntary product recall which affects nearly half a million trucks registered in the United... READ STORY
The study suggests 8,000 deaths could be avoided each year if diesel cars emitted as little NOx as gasoline vehicles.
GM is turning to wind power in two key manufacturing states.
An unconfirmed report claims the entry-level Jeep will not be sold in North America.
The companies expect to build a heavy-duty Class 8 semi by 2021.
FCA is changing its strategy when it comes to future cars.
The company's planned investment has reportedly jumped to $1 billion with 4,500 workers expected to be hired.
The Gazoo Racing-inspired packages feature unique styling elements, additional chassis bracing and sportier suspension tuning.
Alfa Romeo is ready to jump into the world of electrification, according to a report published by Automotive News. The Italian brand's very first gasoline-electric hybrid model will be its flagship sedan, whose launch has been pushed back from 2018 to 2021.
Mazda's American dealers are in for a makeover. Automotive News reports the company wants some of its dealers to move to new locations, and it wants to strengthen the training process they go through. Mazda stores across the nation will be getting a new look, too. The company hopes the update will help it achieve a two-percent market share.
Mazda has confirmed plans to introduce the next RX-badged concept car next month at the Tokyo Auto Show. "With the Tokyo show we will be introducing a new design concept - you can think of it as an evolution of the theme of the RX Vision," said Mazda's vice president for R&D in Europe in an interview with Auto Express.
Volkswagen's electrification plan doesn't place a big emphasis on battery-powered commercial vehicles. Tesla's electric semi truck will debut next month, but the Wolfsburg-based automaker is intentionally watching from the sidelines before committing to the segment.
BMW has confirmed plans to resurrect the heritage-laced CSL nameplate. "CSL will be the top-of-the-line track tool, made on the track for the track, just with a number plate," BMW M boss Frank Van Meel told Road & Track. The CSL designation will replace the GTS badge.
Waymo is known for developing its self-driving technology in-house, however the company has revealed that processor giant Intel is providing much of the horsepower, TechCrunch reports. Intel isn't the only company in the tech sphere with its toes in the waters of autonomous driving; well-known graphics firm Nvidia has a much-publicized partnership with Volvo. http://tcrn.ch/2fg3Bf6