Sport utility vehicles are unstoppable - and automakers hope to cash in on the boom with some updated models coming to this year's Chicago Auto Show.
Taking a test drive in a 3D-printed car It may sound far-fetched, but a driveable vehicle made almost entirely in a 3D printer is in development. The inventors showed it off at the North American Auto Show in Detroit.
Jeep brand CEO Mike Manley has the unenviable goal of nearly doubling sales of the Jeep brand all over the world in the next three years.
Another Chinese automaker is showing vehicles this year at the auto show in Detroit, raising the perennial question about when these companies might sell in the United States. Most experts say that day is still years away.
The Detroit Auto Dealers Association Charitable Foundation Fund has awarded more than $4.2 million in grants over the past 15 years.
The mood is exuberant at this year's North American International Auto Show. Automakers are flush with profits and the show gleams with performance cars, beefy trucks and exciting experiments, from plug-in hybrids to cars carved by a 3-D printer.
The North American International Auto Show begins this week in Detroit with media and industry previews. It opens to the public Jan. 17. Here are some of the new cars and experimental concept vehicles unveiled at the show.
A walk around the floor of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit leaves you with one message: The U.S. auto industry, which nearly collapsed six years ago, is back with as much flash as ever.
At the annual Consumer Electronics Show, one car manufacturer is showing off new technology that allows drivers to get out of their car once they arrive at the garage, and use a smart watch to command their vehicle to find a parking spot on its own.
The future of driverless cars was the background for a Ford Motor Co. keynote address at International CES in Las Vegas.