Toyota and Lexus models reportedly will get automated braking, starting with the new Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and Lexus RX crossovers to be introduced in New York this week.
It could be the cure for what ails the Lincoln Motor Company: An all new Lincoln Continental Concept is set to debut at New York International Auto Show.
The HondaJet — Honda’s unique take on an executive jet — got provisional type certification (PTC) from the FAA. Next step: final certification.
The Ford F-150 will make use of REPREVE — a fiber made from 100% recycled plastics including those from plastic bottles — in its interior.
The Ford Focus RS is set to debut at New York International Auto Show, bringing all-wheel drive to the Focus in North America for the first time.
When Mitsubishi gave us a tease for a New York Auto Show vehicle, we were hoping for it to be a Montero. But we’ll settle for the more refined Outlander.
The Range Rover Sport will get a redesign for this year’s NY International Auto Show — and it’s getting a ton of cool engine and tech upgrades, too.
The 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon has pretty darned nice seating for a transformed cargo van — although it comes with a learning curve, we must say.
The 2016 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is headed to dealerships, lest you think the Diamond Star brand is content to let Nissan soak up all the EV sales in America.
I’d like to put some vintage OEM rims on my Nissan cube. But getting the rims I want will take persistence — and maybe more money than I care to part with.
Some would struggle to deliver a family-friendly vehicle based on a commercial platform, but the Ford Transit Connect does it well.
Any truck-loving, red-blooded ‘Merican will cringe at this video of engineers putting the new Nissan Titan through the beating of five lifetimes.