The Ford brand achieved its highest initial-quality mark since the J.D. Power study started 30 years ago. Joe Hinrichs credits the turnaround to a series of moves begun in early 2013.
Global automotive consumers show interest in having advanced technology in their next vehicle, but US drivers are willing to pay the highest price, a new survey says.
While major automakers race to develop driverless cars, Subaru is taking a slower approach, saying its vehicles may be less advanced than its rivals' by 2020 as autonomous features remain costly for the buyers of Japan's smallest carmaker.
German luxury rivals BMW and Daimler have each made new investments in mobility companies, and Ford Motor Co. has opened a smart mobility office in the U.K.
Vehicles with turbocharged engines accounted for about 23 percent of GM's U.S. sales last year, up from about 12 percent in 2010.
European automakers have put their money on diesels to meet regulations there. Thanks to fahrverbote, they could be in trouble.
Volvo has analyzed 40,000 car accidents since the 1970s, underscoring how Volvo and other automakers gather voluminous data to make future vehicles safer.
Toyota doesn't offer Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, and so it's stepping up its game to try to keep buyers from pining too much for the smartphone-style systems and interfaces.
Long quiet about electric vehicles and autonomous driving, Honda is jumping into the arena in both fields.
Bill Ford, Ford Motor Co.'s executive chairman, addressed some of the mind-bending topics surrounding autonomous driving in a speech last week at The Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C.
OEConnection Holdings and dealership software giant Reynolds and Reynolds each have acquired smaller software companies in the parts and distribution area.
Mazda aims to turn the racing series for its MX-5 race cars, which can be purchased for less than $60,000, into a truly global competition.
Lincoln has received the U.S. Postal Service's Irresistible Mail Grand Champion Award for the best interactive mail piece that engages through innovative print design and digital technologies.
One auction will soon no longer have vehicles enter its building during auctions.
When the latest flavors of Honda's prolific Civic nameplate — the Si coupe and sedan — went on sale, two numbers stood out: 205 and 24,775.
Facebook Marketplace ads only appear for vehicles within a 100 miles radius and any deals are likely to be done in person.
The dealer group and partner Cox are preparing for a future that could rely less and less on personal car ownership.