Inside Line is Moving on January 10.
Nissan will bring 10 customized cars, including a Nissan Juke Personalization Concept, to the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon tuner show in January.
Toyota created a media firestorm in Japan last week when it took the wraps off a pink version of the 2013 Toyota Crown.
A plug-in hybrid retrofit kit said to work on virtually any car is the brainchild of Dr. Charles Perry, an engineering technology professor from Middle Tennessee State University.
A 1953 Allard JR Roadster is expected to fetch $350,000-$450,000 at a January auction, according to RM Auctions.
Legendary auto designer Peter Schreyer, who is credited in some circles with redefining the car for the 21st century, has been named president of Kia.
The Subaru BRZ Premium Sport Package Concept will debut at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon.
Audi announced on Thursday that it will spend $17 billion through 2016 as part of an ambitious growth strategy that includes developing new cars and technology.
The 2013 Ford Fiesta Van debuted on Thursday in Europe, but Ford told Edmunds there are no plans to bring the vehicle to the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson, one of the key architects of tougher new fuel-efficiency standards, is stepping down from her post.
Nissan said it will offer a limited warranty on battery capacity loss in the Nissan Leaf, according to a company posting on MyNissanLeaf.com, an online forum for Leaf owners.
Alfa Romeo, in a Facebook teaser, is touting its upcoming 4C sport coupe, perhaps a bit hyperbolically, as "the car to end all cars."
Leaked technical drawings appear to show details of the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette.
The 2013 Land Rover LR2 with the downsized 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine gets improved fuel economy, according to the EPA.
Consumers show little interest in pure electric cars, according to a new study from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, but the market potential is better for plug-in hybrids such as the Chevrolet Volt, Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid and Ford C-Max Energi.
Toyota is teasing a new advanced active safety research vehicle ahead of the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in January.
Tesla Motors has opened the first supercharger stations on the East Coast to serve owners of the Tesla Model S.
Edmunds.com projects 15 million new car sales in 2013 and says the resurgence in the housing market may trigger the Year of the Truck.
Toyota will spend over $1 billion to compensate owners for a loss in value of their vehicles due to recalls related to unintended acceleration, the automaker announced on Wednesday.
Ford predicts that in-car sensors will be the next big thing in vehicles.