$35,000 Model 3? No. Farts. Merry Christmas.
That tire budget must have been huge.
It uses the same kind of tech found in headphones and cars.
Maybe Porsche's next model won't need a pronunciation guide.
The tariff reduction doesn't actually go into effect until Jan. 1.
Instead of appearing in Detroit, it may not surface until the New York Auto Show in April.
The tariffs will be suspended for three months while the two parties seek a new trade agreement.
The SUV will offer an early look at Infiniti's future EV design language.
These recalls are unrelated to the Takata recall the automaker announced earlier Thursday.
It's a solid nod to history while also being something relatively unusual in 2018.
It's not like you'll have anything better to do when cars start driving themselves.
Their goal is to contribute to a "cleaner, safer and more convenient world."
What does a person need more in life than an 11,000-rpm redline?
The American Heart Association and Bob Woodruff Foundation will split the proceeds.
Previously, these vehicles had faulty Takata parts replaced with working Takata parts.
Musk wants Tesla's cars to handle a person's entire commute, soup to nuts.
Under Japanese law, a company can be charged for the misdeeds of its employees.
In a new 60 Minutes interview, Musk said he welcomed GM's competition in the EV space.
The report says prosecutors plan to indict not only Ghosn, but also the automaker itself.
Jeep clearly anticipates a whole bunch of demand for its soon-to-be-revised SUV.
It goes on sale early next year, so don't start camping out at the dealer just yet.
It turns out, not everybody is eager to spend $32 million to fund a supersonic record-chaser.
It looks pretty sharp, but then again, for $1.1 million it had better look sharp.
Deliveries are set to begin in 2019 and continue through 2020.
Don't worry, Ford didn't spend $45 million on just a couple printers for a couple small components.
The dealers allege it constitutes "payment packing," which is illegal in California.
This $7,500 package adds about $13,000 worth of kit.
Only 50 examples of each car will be sold with this package.
It's not like it has a perfect score in the US, either, but at least it has more than a single star.
Best of all, the process is reversible, which means electrifying the car incurs no permanent changes to the vehicle.
"Because truck stuff," in short.
Auto shows don't always have positive returns on investment, especially when stages cost as much as they do.
The network integration will launch on the Hyundai Kona Electric and Kia Niro EV.
Its main assembly facility will be in China, and thus subject to US tariffs, but the startup automaker doesn’t seem concerned.
The money won't just be spent on cars. It'll also cover investments in the equipment and factories required to make 'em.
Its diesel V8 comes mated to a brand-spankin'-new 10-speed Allison automatic transmission.
That's one way to ensure your car is packed to the gills.
It's been a long time coming, but the wait isn't over just yet.
McLaren's gift guide has something for buyers of all socioeconomic shapes and sizes.
With 275 horsepower on tap, this four-banger is no slouch.
Some headlights are hidden in trims that add more than $10,000 to a car's price.
If you want the mild hybrid, you'll have to reach north of $60,000 for it.
That's one big blower.
It's a step in the right direction, even if it's forbidden fruit for now.
An extra 40-ish horsepower sounds pretty delightful.
Fiat Chrysler's first midsize pickup in a hot minute is coming out of the gates swinging.
With loads of luxurious options and a plug-in hybrid variant, the Aviator is ready to wade into a busy segment.
Finally, a Prius with all-wheel drive.
Toyota says it's the most efficient Corolla ever.
The company appears to beef up its safety measures as it hires new executives to handle both safety and commercialization.
If VW is going to run electric race cars, why shouldn't the support vehicles be EVs, too?
It's dressed up as a support vehicle for the I.D. R Pikes Peak electric race car.
The real thing is just a day or two away.
The front end might be a bit derivative, but the rear sure as heck isn't.
It looks properly cushy, befitting its nature as Genesis' flagship sedan.
Updates include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Rear Door Alert.
The hybrid variant gets a pretty solid boost in output over the regular gas version.
Whether it's an AI that remembers your settings or a camera under the front end, the Evoque is a tech-forward compact luxury SUV.
There'll be a new X trim with beefier styling, so, that's something to look forward to.
And by the looks of it, this car is no turkey.
Expect everything that made the 720S great, but with more wind.
Not only is each trim up between $550 and $580, but the destination charge is higher, too.
That's not a huge surprise, given how close Waymo is to launching its public service.
It's 25 percent lighter than the standard Urus, which means it'll be plenty quick.
The races will kick off in Europe and the Middle East in 2020.
The Nissan board will vote to oust Ghosn on Thursday.
The plant will build the 2020 Corolla, as well as a yet-unannounced Mazda SUV.
It's street-legal, but it's been engineered with the track in mind.
Although, to be fair, it'll probably deglove you on the road, too.
The XSE is a relatively sporty trim, but it's no TRD, that's for darn sure.
Well, it might be, so long as you're cool with standing out in every parking lot.
These trims are about more than just appearance.
The automaker is still in talks with Ford about joining forces in the light commercial vehicle segment.
It’s one of four separate recalls the automaker announced on Friday.
Slow your roll, folks. Children have a hard time defending against 2,000-pound masses of metal.
This way, more buyers should be able to receive their vehicle before the tax incentive phase-out begins.