Herbert Diess steps down as Volkswagen CEO, Oliver Blume, CEO of Porsche will succeed Diess. Diess assumed the position as CEO in 2018, with an expiring contract in 2025.
The Can-Am Ryker three-wheel motorcycle is being recalled because a defective part could cause the handlebars to come loose, leading to a loss of control.
Elon Musk said during Tesla's Q2 earnings call that the Cybertruck pickup could be on sale by the middle of next year as it continues development on the truck.
Ford Motor Co. will reportedly lay off some 8,000 workers in the months ahead to cut profits and redistribute resources toward developing electric vehicles.
Illinois on Monday banned Carvana from selling cars in the state for a second time after the popular online car dealer failed to get some buyers their car registrations and titles.
Some automotive safety features are getting harder to find as automakers remove technology from vehicles to navigate the ongoing semiconductor shortage.
A Florida family ran into a major problem after buying an electric vehicle, the replacement battery costs more than they bought the car for.
General Motors and Pilot Flying J will jointly have 2,000 electric car chargers installed at 500 of the Pilot and Flying J center locations across the U.S.
Advance Auto Parts, Inc. has launched a "Drive of Your Life" contest that'll give drivers a chance at winning free gas for a year as Americans have faced higher gas prices in 2022.
Walmart is buying at least 4,500 electric vans from Arkansas-based Canoo, which will build the vehicles at a new factory in Pryor Oklahoma next year.
NHTSA has sent a Special Crash Investigations team to look into a fatal crash in Gainesville, Florida, involving a Tesla Model S and a parked tractor trailer.
A survey of American adults has found that the logistics of charging an electric vehicle is the top reason preventing people from buying them as their next auto purchase.
Gary Derusha, manager of Bobby & Steve’s Auto World in Eden Prairie, Minn., joined "Fox and Friends" on Friday to discuss how the ongoing supply chain crisis is impacting auto repairs.
The Richard Mille UP-91 Ferrari is the world's thinnest mechanical watch at just 1.75 mm in thickness. The titanium timepiece costs $1.9 million.
Ford CEO Jim Farley scored a podium finish at the 2022 Le Mans Classic event driving his vintage Ford GT40 racing car
Chevrolet is offering a retroactive discount to recent Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV buyers that will bring their prices in line with the 2023 models.
Escalating purchase prices and rising interest rates are making cars less and less affordable to the average consumer, with monthly payments averaging $712 in May.
Several Republican attorneys general filed a petition for review in federal court on Thursday against a new transportation regulation approved by the Biden Administration.
Used car dealers are facing stronger demand nationwide for cars with good mileage amid high gas prices -- but supply chain delays cause additional trouble.
The Cadillac Celestiq is expected to be offered at prices reaching $300,000 when it goes on sale next year as the brand's flagship electric vehicle.