Detroit Auto Show
2019 Ram 1500 gets big screen, reclining seatsJan. 15
The redesigned 2019 Ram 1500 pickup -- wholly changed and sporting sophisticated technology once reserved for luxury sedans -- is the result of that all-in commitment to the automaker's top-selling vehicle.
AutoNews Now: New turbo, fresh look for Jeep CherokeeJan. 16
Ford to hatch most powerful street-legal Mustang under Shelby badgeJan. 15
Jeep Cherokee gets new engine, nip and tuck for 2019Jan. 16
BMW's sporty X2 fills key gap in utility lineupJan. 16
Ferrari plans electric supercar as lineup expandsJan. 16
Hyundai Veloster gets more muscularJan. 15
Hyundai is reviving its Veloster hatchback for the 2019 model year with a new platform and the brand's first-ever N performance model for the U.S. market, along with a more muscular design akin to a sport coupe.
Kia Forte gains fuel efficiency, polish for 2019Jan. 15
Design cues from Kia's Stinger sport sedan have made their way to the third-generation Kia Forte sedan and the compact car is receiving an engineering overhaul that improves fuel economy and powertrain refinement.
Honda steers Insight toward the mainstreamJan. 11
The third-generation Insight sheds the boxy rear end that distinguishes many hybrids and now bears the sleek design profile of the Honda Accord and Civic sedans. One analyst is already calling it the "anti-Prius."
The new flagships of DetroitJan. 15
Along with Ford's pace-setting F series, the redesigned Chevrolet Silverado and Ram 1500 form a collection of trucks that showcase some of the most sophisticated technologies each manufacturer has in its arsenal.
Ford to reveal 2018 Mustang Bullitt at Detroit auto showJan. 10
Ford is planning a surprise reveal of a special edition, high-performance Mustang Bullitt GT at next week's Detroit auto show, Automotive News has learned. The Bullitt will be unveiled as a 2018 model, a source said, timed for the 50th anniversary of the eponymous Steve McQueen movie that made the car an icon among enthusiasts.
Ford aims Ranger at pickup buyers who want smaller, simpler packageJan. 14
After an eight-year hiatus, Ford is rejoining the midsize pickup market with the 2019 Ranger, which offers buyers some of the features and benefits they could get in an F-150 but with fewer customization options, a smaller footprint and lower price. It features new technology such as a standard 4G-connected Wi-Fi hot spot, FordPass Connect and pre-collision assist.