Filings released by the NHTSA on Tuesday reveal that Acura will recall nearly 325,000 crossover SUVs to fix their faulty taillights.
In Singapore, self-driving development cars are getting a far tougher shakedown than they are in gentle real-world testing in places such as Arizona.
Those 1950s magazine covers with stylized flying cars zipping around may have been onto something after all. Ford Motor Company and the University of Michigan released the results of a study on Tuesday that suggests vertical take-off and landing contraptions—think cars with wings—may make some sense as an eco-friendly alternative to ground transportation thanks to electrification.
2020 Cadillac CT5 Luxury
From Motor Authority:
We’re still coming down from all the action at last month’s 2019 Geneva International Motor Show but within a week we’ll be treated to many more attractions from the simultaneous running of auto shows in New York and Shanghai.
Infiniti has been looking for its place among luxury brands for 30 years, and it seems an electrified future finally might give the Japanese automaker a clear vision. The Qs Inspiration sport sedan concept released Wednesday may be a sneak peek.
While Americans are used to enormous bus-like emergency vehicles, things are different in other parts of the world. Case in point is this 1989 Toyota Land Cruiser fire truck, which was a real emergency vehicle in Japan.
2019 Tesla Model X
From Green Car Reports:
Despite President Trump’s efforts to torpedo electric-car tax credits, extending them has become a bipartisan effort in the Senate.
Lots of EV drivers know electric cars are fun to drive; why shouldn’t plug-in hybrids be too?
Market adjustments are nothing new, and electric cars are hardly immune to price bumps—up or down.