10 3h

Mark Zuckerberg works the line at Ford truck factory

Facebook's co-founder is on a "Personal Year of Travel Challenge" to see how normal people live and work.

7 4h

Hennessey's Exorcist Camaro produces 959 RWHP [Video]

The tuner is aiming to "cast out the Demon" and hopefully upstage Dodge's drag-focused flagship.

7 6h

Mitsubishi to recreate its first production model

Mitsubishi will mark its centennial anniversary with a modern-day interpretation of its first production model.

4 6h

Audi lunar quattro gets film debut in Alien: Covenant [Video]

Aside from the fictitious space mission, the Audi lunar quattro is still being developed for an actual mission to the Moon.

4 8h

Uber's embattled autonomous car head steps down

Amid the ongoing lawsuit filed by Waymo, Anthony Levandowski will no longer be involved with any projects related to LiDAR technology.

40 11h

Volkswagen previews sub-Tiguan crossover

The T-Roc will debut before the end of the year.

3 11h

Hyundai Kona crossover teased again

The Kona is aimed at the Toyota C-HR and the Honda HR-V.

9 1d

Lamborghini opens its largest global showroom in Dubai

The Italian marque is preparing for a significant uptick in demand for the upcoming Urus SUV.

8 1d

Report: Tesla ousted automation pioneer over dispute with Musk

After Tesla acquired Grohmann Engineering, company founder Klaus Grohmann allegedly disagreed with the decision to drop existing clients.


Toyota Connected to expand Plano office

Toyota's data hub ("Toyota Connected") will expand its Plano, Texas, presence, the company announced Friday. Toyota expects to double the subsidiary's headcount as it finds new ways to exploit the data gathered from the company's global operations.   


Tesla fires automation executive

Tesla has fired a top executive in charge of automation. Insiders claim Klaus Grohmann -- whose company, Grohmann Engineering, was purchased by Tesla last year -- disagreed with Elon Musk over how to treat existing clients like Daimler and BMW.   http://bit.ly/2poqhuc


Kia to open new factory in India

Kia will spend $1.1 billion to build an assembly plant in India. The factory will be up and running in 2019, according to the Associated Press, and it will produce about 300,000 cars a year.   


Tesla S loses 15% range at 150,000 miles

A recent study sheds insight into how long the Tesla Model S' battery pack lasts. On average, 90 to 95 percent of the battery's capacity remains at 93,000 miles. Green Car Reports writes the pack will lose less than 15 percent of its capacity over the car's 150,000-mile life cycle.   http://bit.ly/2popzNp


Ultra-rare 911 barn find heads to auction

An extremely rare 1993 Porsche 911 RSR with just six miles on the clock is headed to auction soon. One of just 51 built, the time capsule spent 25 years in a barn for unknown reasons. Auction house RM Sotheby's expects it will fetch about $2.3 million.   http://bit.ly/2poc40w


Chrysler expands Pacifica lineup

Chrysler has added a sixth trim level to the Pacifica lineup. Named Touring Plus, the model receives three-zone climate control, a power liftgate, sunshades for the second- and third-row seats, fog lights, and a mesh-look lower front fascia, among other features. Pricing starts at $33,455.   


Volkswagen T-Roc to debut soon

Volkswagen will introduce an entry-level crossover named T-Roc in the coming months. Aimed at the Juke, the T-Roc is Wolfsburg's version of the Audi Q2.   


Mazda to launch CX-8 in Japan

Mazda will introduce a new model named CX-8 on the Japanese market. Essentially a stretched CX-5, the CX-8 will offer seating for up to seven passengers, a turbodiesel 2.2-liter engine, and a six-speed automatic transmission. As of writing, it's too early to tell whether the soft-roader will be sold on our shores.   


Skoda announces Karoq crossover

Volkswagen's Czech Republic-based Skoda division has announced a new crossover named Karoq. The soft-roader will replace the Yeti when it goes on sale in Europe and abroad later this year.