The world’s auto manufacturers are moving on from turbulent times – and are leaving Europe behind for the time being.
Which convertible is hotter? The highly acclaimed and luxurious Lamborghini Gallardo or the more affordable Fiat 500? You decide!
Here’s what a tech writer found wandering around the North American International Auto Show for a second straight day
The digital marketing technology provider Vectorform has had it with flying under the radar.
The economy is at a near-standstill and gas prices are through the roof, but regardless of financial constraints or economic hardships, the simple fact remains that car shoppers want their new ride to be cool.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert finds that updates have taken some of the cuteness away from the 21st century bug.
Volkswagen has revealed its 2012 Super Bowl ad, as it tries to repeat the success of its 2011 ad, which featured a young Darth Vader.
GM sold just over 9 million vehicles in 2011. That’s 11 percent more than Volkswagen, which sold 8.1 million.
A spirit of optimism is filling Cobo Center as press previews for the 2012 North American International Auto Show get underway.
Recognizing the importance of a single international approach for DC fast charging, Audi, BMW, Daimler, Ford, General Motors, Porsche and Volkswagen have agreed on the combined charging system as an international standardized approach to charge electric vehicles in Europe and the United States.