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Mitsubishi will debut a new concept car called the e-Evolution at the Tokyo Motor Show with artificial intelligence technology. Is this the future?
Cadillac touts its new Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving technology as "driver assist technology" that's meant to change highway driving.
Ford recently decided to cancel its Fiesta in the U.S. This means the fantastic Fiesta ST hot hatch will be gone, too. Does that mean the used versions of the car will become valuable?
Despite a pretty good rise in deliveries in their third quarter, Tesla is pretty behind on their planned ramp-up of the new Model 3 mass-market sedan.
Dealers have marked up Civic Type Rs on their lots by several thousand dollars. Some are charging people just to get on a waiting list for this highly-sought after hot hatch.
Front-wheel drive is the go-to drivetrain for many automakers, and it is for good reason. Still, we feel that more cars need to be rear-wheel drive. Here are a few that should switch.
Nissan just revealed an even more luxurious trim level of the 2018 Armada at the State Fair of Texas. The new Platinum Reserve package ups the ante on the SUV.
Honda's Accord has always been a formidable force in the midsize car segment. We went to New Hampshire to see if the new 2018 Accord will continue this tradition.
Car maintenance is expensive. By doing it yourself you won't have to pay the mechanic's high labor fees, but is it worth it to spend your own precious time on your car?
With a greater demand for a true luxury truck, Ford is doing its best to give us that with an even more lavish F-Series Super Duty pickup.
If you want a classy and fun to drive BMW, but also want a classic car for a good price, this beautiful 1972 BMW 2002 could be the car for you.
The 2018 Chevy Colorado and Silverado are already off to a seriously good start with special editions that celebrate 100 years of pickup trucks.
All that's changing with the new Camry, which has been redesigned from the ground up. We think it's actually one of the best-looking cars for the 2018 model year.
Uber seems to be unable to escape the tumultuous spiral of events it keeps finding itself in. The ride sharing company now says they'll remove their services from the Canadian province of Quebec.