Mitsubishi crossover expected in Geneva
Mitsubishi will launch a compact crossover in March at the Geneva auto show, according to European press reports. The British magazine Autocar says the vehicle may be styled after the XR-PHEV concept first shown at the 2013 Tokyo auto show.
Jaguar tests smaller E-Pace crossover
Jaguar will add a smaller, more affordable utility vehicle -- the E-Pace -- to its lineup in about a year, probably in Europe first, then the U.S.
Jaguar's freshened F-Type has an app for that hot lap
Jaguar's midcycle freshening of the F-Type sports car adds a slew of new technology, upgraded seats and a new limited-edition model.
What sets Kia Stinger, Genesis G70 apart?
Answering the question definitively will be crucial for both Kia and Genesis. Both cars are looking to challenge the established compact sport sedans and will need to carve out different identities for themselves.
Jaguar testing smaller E-Pace crossover
With the F-Pace crossover flying off Jaguar dealers' lots, it only makes sense for the British automaker to add a smaller, more affordable utility vehicle to its lineup. In about a year, expect the E-Pace to make its debut, probably in Europe first, then the United States.
Ford drops an engine, lowers the hood on '18 Mustang
UPDATED: 1/17/17 1:47 pm ET - adds details
Ford's eliminating an engine and lowering the hood on the Mustang as part of the venerable pony car's 2018 model year freshening. The updated Mustang gains a more aggressive look that includes new hood vents and an optional spoiler.
Black bow ties and bigger footprints: Chevy's 2018 Traverse and what people think
Chevrolet's largest crossover, the Traverse, is slimming down and becoming more trucklike in appearance for 2018. Here's what people are saying about the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse.
Nostrils and appliqués: What people think of 2018 Ford F-150
Ford's midcycle refresh of the F-150 includes a new 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel option available in 2018, along with other engine improvements, seven new front grilles, six new wheel styles, updated lights and interior tweaks. Here's what critics and journalists are saying about the 2018 Ford F-150.
Mini adds power to John Cooper Works Countryman
Mini is adding some power to the largest vehicle in its lineup.
Oomph, cathedrals, doppelgangers and dropped jaws: Kia's Stinger and what people are saying
Kia made the 2017 Detroit auto show a platform to showcase the Stinger, aiming to add some thrill to its lineup and challenge European luxury automakers. Here's what people are saying about the performance car.
Brands push boundaries at the Detroit auto show
Detroit's auto show traditionally sounds the opening bell for the new year. This year, it showed brands stretching into new segments and testing new design cues.
Cruze diesel may get 50 on highway
The upcoming diesel version of the Chevrolet Cruze may be General Motors' first non-hybrid vehicle since the 1990s to get an EPA-certified fuel economy rating of at least 50 mpg on the highway.
Moray Callum's retro ride
Moray Callum, Ford chief designer, is cruising around in a 1976 Bronco SUV as he oversees design of the nameplate's 2020 revival.
FCA's sedan plans stall amid trade tumult
After Fiat Chrysler dealers sell down their current stocks of remaining Dodge Darts and Chrysler 200 sedans, those segments may stay vacant for a while on their lots.
Volvo hopes V90 can stir wagon love
In the midst of a revival, Volvo is going back to its roots: station wagons.
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
Automakers are reworking their product strategies and investments for the United States to bring more crossovers and SUVs to showrooms amid a sharp turn away from small and midsize cars.
Yanfeng reimagines the interior for autonomous driving
A major Chinese supplier is reimagining vehicle interiors for the day when motorists may not have to keep their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel.
Mercedes-Benz E-class coupe gets sleeker for 2018
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-class coupe features sleeker styling than its predecessor, new taillights and an option for a four-cylinder diesel engine that can deliver up to 194 hp.
Nissan rethinks the family car
Crossovers and trucks may be all the rage -- especially for Nissan. But the automaker is already thinking about how to pitch its next generation of sedans.
Chevy Bolt, Honda Ridgeline, Chrysler Pacifica win North American car, truck, utility awards
UPDATED: 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.