John Nassivera

Kia's 2017 Optima Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid Debut At Chicago Auto Show

Kia Debuts 2 New Optima Hybrids At Chicago Auto Show

Kia debuted two new hybrid versions of the Optima sedan at the Chicago Auto Show last week as the company focuses on improving fuel economy by 25 percent across its product line by 2020. more

General Motors

GM Recalls 200,000 Cars In U.S., Canada Over Faulty Takata Airbags

General Motors has recalled about 200,000 Saab 9-3, Saab 9-5 and Saturn Astra models that are equipped with Takata's faulty airbags. more

Radio Flyer's Tesla Model S For Kids

Radio Flyer Unveils $499 Tesla Model S For Kids (VIDEO)

Radio Flyer is treating kids with a version of Tesla's popular Model S made just for them, and shipping will begin in May. more

American Airlines

American Airlines And Uber Team Up To Provide Rides From Airports

American Airlines and Uber are now working together to give passengers an option for a ride home from the airport. more

GM's Ampera-e Electric Car

GM Unveils European Electric Hatchback Ampera-e, Production To Begin In 2017

General Motors announced Thursday that Opel, its European division, will begin building the Ampera-e, an affordable electric car, in 2017. more

2016 Scion FR-S

Toyota Recalls 26,000 Scion FR-S Models To Fix Key Interlock Issue

Toyota has issued a recall for 26,000 Scion FR-S models in order to fix a problem with the automatic transmission key interlock. more

Tesla Model 3

Tesla To Unveil Model 3 On March 31, Electric Sedan To Sell For $35,000

Tesla announced Wednesday that it will treat fans next month with the unveiling of the Model 3 electric sedan and that it will go on sale in “late 2017.” more

Google's Self-Driving Car

Google Now Hiring For Self-Driving Car Project, Posts Job Listings For Manfuacturers, Managers

Google is now advertising dozens of jobs centering on manufacturing and marketing in order to expand the hiring process for its self-driving car project. more

2015 BMW X1

VW, BMW, Audi To Recall 1.7 Million Vehicles In U.S. Over Takata Airbags

Takata’s airbag crisis doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon, as Volkswagen, Audi and BMW announced Wednesday that they will recall nearly 1.7 million vehicles in the U.S. equipped with the company’s inflators. more

Ford Logo

Ford To Launch 4 New SUVs Within 4 Years

Ford has responded to the growing popularity of sports-utility vehicles and crossovers, announcing Thursday that it will debut four new SUVs over the next four years. more

Toyota C-HR Concept Car

Toyota To Invest £7M In Next Generation Hybrid Engines

Toyota announced Thursday that it will start making its next generation hybrid engines this year in a venture that will be backed by a £7 million investment. more

2016 Chevrolet Volt

GM Might Let Other Automakers Use Chevy Volt's Powertrain

General Motors' global powertrain chief, Dan Nicholson, revealed recently that the Detroit-based automaker is willing to supply the gasoline-electric powertrain used in the second-generation Chevrolet Volt to other companies. more

Google's Self-Driving Car

NHTSA Rules That AIs Qualify As Drivers For Google's Self-Driving Cars

Google just won big with its self-driving car project, as the U.S. National Highway Transportation Safety Administration has ruled that the vehicle’s artificial intelligence could be considered the driver under federal law. more

Sherp ATV

Russian Designer Unveils 'Mini Monster Truck' Built For Tough Terrains (VIDEO)

A Russian mechanic has designed a “mini monster truck” aimed at helping workers deal with the harshest environments. more

Google's Self-Driving Car

Google Looking To Bring Wireless Charging To Self-Driving Cars

Google is apparently looking to take its self-driving car project even further with the option of wirelessly charging. more

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