Cruze diesel may get 50 on highway
Moray Callum's retro ride
FCA's sedan plans stall amid trade tumult
Volvo hopes V90 can stir wagon love
Autonomous drive gets closer -- meaning what?
Carmakers got more specific about timing for self-driving vehicles as they discussed their plans this month at CES in Las Vegas and the Detroit auto show. Most forecasts of showroom-ready, fully autonomous vehicles now fall within a five-year range, but there are varying definitions to sort through.
Automakers reset product plans for new crossover, SUV wave
Yanfeng reimagines the interior for autonomous driving
Mercedes-Benz E-class coupe gets sleeker for 2018
Nissan rethinks the family car
Chevy Bolt, Honda Ridgeline, Chrysler Pacifica win North American car, truck, utility awardsUPDATED: 1/9/17 7:37 am ET - adds details
The Chevrolet Bolt was named the 2017 North American Car of the Year at the Detroit auto show, while the Honda Ridgeline took the truck honors and the Chrysler Pacifica took home the newly minted top utility vehicle of the year.
Toyota stresses style, sportiness with 2018 Camry makeover
Toyota, aiming to defy the stereotypes of bland Japanese sedans and fortify America's best-selling car against the flight to crossovers, is giving the eighth-generation Camry bolder styling, better handling, upscale interior materials and sportier driving dynamics.
Ford confirms Ranger, Bronco plans for North AmericaUPDATED: 1/9/17 2:07 am ET - adds detail
Next QX50 could be an Infiniti star
Chevy's Cruze diesel may get EPA 50 mpg highway rating
Chevy Traverse adds brawn, upscale trim, more mpg for 2018UPDATED: 1/9/17 9:36 am ET - adds Batey comment
Chevrolet is giving its largest crossover, the Traverse, a more trucklike appearance and feel, while improving handling and fuel economy by dropping 362 pounds. It's also adding two upscale trim levels to make the vehicle more profitable and challenge rivals that command higher prices.
Audi Q8 concept heralds full-size crossover due in 2018
Lexus recasts LS flagship with more power, sportier lines
Lexus is reinterpreting the flagship vehicle that launched the brand 28 years ago, fitting the redesigned LS sedan with a new twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 engine tuned to hurl the luxury boat from 0 to 60 mph in about 4.5 seconds.
Honda stocks '18 Odyssey with technologyUPDATED: 1/9/17 2:27 pm ET - adds details
Nissan feeds Rogue demand with smaller Sport
Nissan will offer a smaller version of the popular Rogue crossover -- dubbed the Rogue Sport -- in a bid to capture shoppers now considering compact sedans. The Sport is a Nissan Qashqai imported from Japan, and 12 inches shorter than the U.S.-market Rogue.
FCA commits $1 billion to two plant retoolingsUPDATED: 1/8/17 7:02 pm ET - adds background, politics
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will spend a combined $1 billion retooling its decades-old Warren Truck Assembly plant to build Jeep Wagoneers and Grand Wagoneers as well as its Toledo Supplier Park to one day build Wrangler-based Jeep pickups.
Bentley hikes hp on Continental with SS variant
Bentley's latest addition to its revered Supersports nameplate is the automaker's fastest production vehicle yet. The 2017 Bentley Continental Supersports builds off of the 2009 Supersports model and adds even more power.