Sales of all-electric vehicles increased a whopping 58% in 2014, giving the segment more market share and pushing us further toward a greener auto market.
2014 brought with it a lot of excellent new cars to the market. Unfortunately, it also brought some real duds. Here are 12 of them.
With Toyota’s Mirai FCV set to hit the market, it looks like the Japanese are willing to bet that hydrogen is the next big thing in energy.
Despite some healthy competition, Toyota is once again the world’s top automaker for the third year in a row.
Driverless car tech has just been green-lit for testing in the U.K. With the dense population of small European countries, the technology should be welcomed.
After several years of development, the Acura NSX has finally been unmasked — and it’ll be available in 2016.
We knew Ford was pushing its chips into the performance game, but with the unveiling of the new GT, the company is proving it’s for real.
Nissan is set to unleash the next-generation Titan pickup on the market, and it has one big advantage over its competitors: a V8 diesel engine.
Mercedes is reshuffling its lineup to include some redesigned models, with more plug-in hybrids. Will it propel them to the top of the luxury market?
Volkswagen debuted the new Cross Coupe GTE at the Detroit Auto Show, offering a glimpse at what the German automaker has to come in the future.
Chevy finally officially unveiled the newly-redesigned Volt, due out for 2016, at the Detroit Auto Show.
Verizon has announced a brand-new product to its lineup, allowing older models to take advantage of OnStar-like diagnostics and assistance.
Kelley Blue Book has released its list of Best Buys for the upcoming 2015 model year. It’s filled with some usual suspects, and a couple surprises.
The Scion brand is struggling, but that doesn’t mean that Toyota is willing to give up yet. The brand is set to announce a new sedan to remedy its situation.
The tech and auto world collides at the Consumer Electronic Show. What models are turning some heads? Here are 5 that stand out.
Lexus is upping its ante in the performance car segment with the addition of the GS F sedan, which will officially be unveiled at the NAIAS.
The auto market seems to be gravitating toward performance cars, and Ford is following suit with its new Ford Focus RS and Shelby Mustang GT350R.
Google is once again set to change the business landscape with its self-driving vehicles. The effects, once they hit the market, will be wide-ranging.
The next James Bond movie will feature not one, but two extraordinary concept cars, facing off against each other.
Muscle cars are, by definition, an American phenomenon. So are there any foreign examples? Turns out, there are a few. Here are six of them.
Consumers are abandoning the full-size sedan segment. What’s behind the change in behavior, and what does it mean for the auto industry?
2015 brings with it new vehicles and redesigns, but also sees many other models get mothballed. Here are ten models bidding farewell after this year.
The world is filled with small, innovative car companies. You just need to know where to look. Here are 10 worth watching.
2014 was another landmark year for the auto industry, with plenty of new and redesigned vehicles to gawk over. Here are 10 of the best.
Cars.com has compiled a list of the 10 most anticipated models of 2015 that we review here.
Conventional wisdom says that purchasing an electric car will save you money on fuel and be better for the environment. But is that really the case?
Plenty of EV fans are on edge waiting for the new Chevy Volt to finally be unveiled. But what do we actually know about it?
The automotive world is quickly kicking out new innovations faster than we can keep track. Here are 10 of the best so far.
Are diesel-powered vehicles truly more efficient and cheaper to run than gasoline-powered vehicles? A new study provides us with some insight.
Following the crisis in Russia, the world’s automakers are making some pretty drastic decisions regarding their business operations.
Europe was a success story in terms of sales for most of the world’s automakers last month. GM and Ford, however, were an exception.
Swedish automaker Volvo is bucking industry trends and taking a different approach to marketing. Will it pay off?
GM doesn’t seem to be playing around, taking its luxury brand Cadillac to a whole new level.
Diesel-powered cars are often a good choice for the economically-minded consumer. But they can be fast, too. Here are the twenty fastest diesel-powered cars.
2014 has been the year of the auto-recall, but we’re not done yet. Here’s a wrap-up of the latest recalls from across the industry.
The first details are being spilled regarding Volvo’s new plug-in hybrid SUV.
Auto shows are not just an American pastime, they’re loved the world over. Here are ten of the biggest and best auto shows from around the globe.
The latest James Bond flick has been announced, and along with it, Bond’s new car. It’s a limited-edition Aston Martin, and it’s pretty darn impressive.
Is this a wake-up call to Ford that the Ranger needs to return?
Scratch up another victory for Tesla against the status quo, because the Model S just beat out Porsche in a new survey measuring owner satisfaction.
With nearly 15 years having passed since the dawn of the new millennium, there’s plenty to reflect on in the auto market, including awful redesigns.
2015 models are set to hit dealerships, but that shouldn’t stop us from looking ahead! Here are six 2016 model reintroductions that should spur excitement.
Bentley, one of the world’s premier ultra-luxury auto makers, has just announced its new Grand Convertible. How luxurious is it? Pretty luxurious.
The 2015 Chrysler 300 is getting a fresh redesign and a number of trim levels. Will it be the hit the company is hoping for?
Audi has unveiled its fastest and most incredible supercar ever: the 2015 R8 Competition.
Mitsubishi seems to be getting quickly left behind on the auto market. In an effort to make a comeback, the company is promising new additions to the lineup.
Luxury automaker Lincoln is putting its money where its mouth is with a number of new options, including Venetian leather cockpits.
Toyota’s much-anticipated fuel cell vehicle has finally arrived, and it will be called the Mirai. So, when will it be available?
Mercedes will be reentering the high-end luxury segment with the return of the Maybach and a restructuring of its naming scheme.
Cars are pretty damaging in a few respects, and they leave a high body count from both emissions and accidents. So which of the two is deadlier?