Show stoppersMay 14, 2018
BMW's decision to unveil a car in a video game illustrates how the digital era is transforming the way automakers introduce vehicles, forcing Detroit and other big auto shows to figure out how to stay relevant.
How the extravagant Tokyo show lost its mojoMay 14, 2018
Back in its crazy, hazy heyday, the Tokyo Motor Show was the place to be. Even after Japan's economic miracle deflated in the late 1990s, the show sustained much of its allure. But then it was unceremoniously knocked off-kilter by a brutal one-two punch.
Hellcat Charger gets a nose jobMay 14, 2018
The new Charger nose has what Dodge calls a more prominent Air Catcher in the grille to help the supercharged 707-hp motor breathe easier
GM gets defense unit ready to deployMay 12, 2018
The new GM Defense marks a major growth area and return to military work for the automaker after it sold a previous defense unit to General Dynamics Corp. for $1.1 billion in 2003.
BACK FROM THE BRINKMay 14, 2018
In mid-2011, a rival CEO snidely suggested someone should "sprinkle holy water" on Lincoln. But instead of planning for a funeral, the brand's executives were quietly crafting a plan that would eventually lead Ford's luxury marque back to relevance.
Rolls-Royce's 'superluxury' Cullinan will be priciest SUVMay 10, 2018
It's billed as the "most family-oriented, fun-to-drive, superluxury SUV imaginable" and the Rolls-Royce Cullinan will become the world's most expensive SUV when it goes on sale toward the end of the year or early 2019.
A quest to ban banalityMay 14, 2018
Former BMW chief designer Chris Bangle has strong feelings about the future of car design. He believes companies should be doing more to stand out from their rivals. This includes doing away with something he was once in charge of at his former employer: establishing a common design language for the entire brand.
'The two extremes' of PorscheMay 13, 2018
Thousands of Porsche enthusiasts gathering in California this fall give the automaker the perfect chance to sell the brand's most loyal consumers on its new EV offerings.
Aston's off-roaderMay 7, 2018
Aston Martin and partner Triton Submarines said they have finished design work on their Project Neptune, a hypercarlike extension of Triton's line of submersibles that can dive to about 1,600 feet
Bland no more: Lexus ES gets image makeoverMay 7, 2018
With car sales falling across all segments in the U.S. and luxury sedans scrambling to differentiate themselves from competitors, Lexus' "executive sedan" is getting its star turn.
Porsche's Cayenne hybrid gets more power, longer rangeMay 7, 2018
Porsche plans a faster, more powerful version of the Cayenne E-Hybrid SUV for 2019.
Ample interiors coming for future Nissan EVsMay 5, 2018
Nissan executive design chief Satoru Tai says ample interior space will be a hallmark of future Nissan electric vehicle design as the brand embarks on an EV blitz.