The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says Hyundai and Mitsubishi are recalling certain car models because of problems the companies say can increase the risk of crashes.
The option to hail a ride in a self-driving car, which was science fiction just a few years ago, will soon be available to Uber users in Pittsburgh, the first time the technology has been offered to the general public.
The 2016 Chevrolet Volt is quicker, quieter, more fuel-efficient and goes farther - up to 53 miles - on all-electric power than its predecessor.
With all the attention paid to Tesla Motors' Autopilot system, you'd think the company was the only one making cars that can almost drive themselves. But many automakers have rolled out cars that do what Teslas do.
A Tesla electric car caught fire during a promotional tour in southwest France, and those aboard escaped unharmed.
The Obama administration says it's continuing to address global warming by adopting previously announced standards to make large trucks, buses and other heavy-duty vehicles more fuel efficient.
Ford Motor Co. intends to have a fully driverless vehicle - no steering wheel, no pedals - on the road within five years.
German automaker Volkswagen says it's received approval from the country's motor vehicle authority for technical fixes for another 460,000 cars equipped with software to help them cheat emissions tests.
The 2016 GMC Sierra full-size pickup truck combines an off-road attitude in its new All-Terrain X package and an elegant vibe with subtly freshened front and rear styling.
A new study from AAA found more than 200,000 crashes between 2011 and 2014 were caused by road debris. More than 500 people were killed in those crashes.