The 2018 North American International Auto Show concludes Sunday at Detroit's Cobo Center. Several prominent automakers (Porsche, Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo, Mazda) skipped the show, but Detroit automakers unveiled new pickup trucks and Asian...
The automaker says diesels are critical to meeting European CO2 targets, and the engines remain popular even in the face of recent emissions scandals.
Jeep’s midsize Cherokee CUV gets a midcycle makeover including a new powertrain option, more cargo room and an improved user interface.
Ford mixes its performance messages at the Detroit show, revealing the ’19 Mustang Bullitt and its vision of an electrified performance future in the form of a battery-electric Mach 1 SUV.
The new Insight is the biggest version of the hybrid yet, a long way from the tiny 2-seater of nearly 20 years ago.
The German automaker dumps its long-running, well-received and widely copied console-mounted man-machine interface controller and 32 other buttons in favor of a haptic touchscreen that looks and functions like a smartphone.
The brand is nine months away from its pivotal product offensive beginning with the XT4 small CUV. Quick on the heels of the XT4 is a third CUV slightly larger than the current XT5.
Parent Nissan has been a pioneer in battery-electric technology, retailing one of the earliest EVs in the world, the Leaf, since December 2010.
The automaker isn’t looking to move to fully autonomous cars in a single jump, saying neither the technology nor market will be ready soon.