GM discontinues Chevrolet City Express small van
General Motors has dropped the Chevrolet City Express, a small work van, which the automaker has marketed under a partnership with Nissan since 2014.
Chevy underestimated the overachieving Blazer
Chevrolet's owners magazine looks back at the origins of the Blazer with last month's unveiling of a 2019 version as a midsize crossover.
McLaren's 600LT isn't your boulevard cruiser
The 600LT, billed as the lightest, most powerful and quickest road-legal Sports Series McLaren, debuted at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed in southern England.
Pininfarina shows some PDA for PF0
Automobili Pininfarina is stoking the fires of its first vehicle, the PF0. The brand revealed new teaser photos of its full-electric hypercar's exterior last week.
VW T-Cross: Too small for North America
It's not coming to the U.S. or Canada, but Volkswagen hopes its T-Cross small crossover will appeal to young families in urban areas almost everywhere else in the world.
McLaren, with eye on electric power, plans $2.1 billion product push
McLaren Automotive plans to invest $2.1 billion as it prepares to launch 18 new cars by 2025, with electrification a cornerstone of the engineering and product push.
Ford Fusion name will be given to future Subaru Outback rival, report says
While Ford's slow-selling Fusion sedan will fade into history, the name is expected to live on in a sport wagon being developed to challenge Subaru's popular Outback, people familiar with the automaker's plans told Bloomberg.
R.I.P., Nano: World's cheapest car goes up in smoke
A moment of silence, please, for the world's cheapest car, which has all but died in India. It was almost 10 years old.
Albatross to icon: The man who saved the Mercedes G-Wagen
Known as the man who almost single-handedly turned the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen from a scuttled military experiment into the celebrity staple it is today, Heinz Neunzig is highly revered by those in the know -- a living legend with unshakeable aspirations, humble views and an insatiable sense of adventure.
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Fiat pays homage to Jolly beach car
The Fiat "Jolly" Spiaggina turns 60 this month, and to celebrate the small cabriolet's anniversary Fiat is rolling out not one but two special edition models.
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The Kia Stinger is now a police car
The Kia Stinger will be the first foreign-made police car to join the Queensland Road Policing Command in Australia; other states rely on a mix of Chrysler and BMW vehicles.
Detroit auto show expected to move to June, reports say
The Detroit Auto Dealers Association, which organizes the North American International Auto Show in downtown Detroit, is preparing to reimagine and shift the annual show to June, Detroit newspapers reported.
VW Beetle EV awaits approval, report says
Volkswagen design boss Klaus Bischoff has completed sketches for a four-door, Beetle-style electric vehicle.
Infiniti halts work on car with Daimler, paper says
Nissan says it is still committed to cooperating with Daimler after a report it has suspended joint development of a luxury compact car amid an uncertain U.S. market outlook.
Nissan flips part of Altima engine
The 2019 Altima's design required a re-engineering of its engine compartment.
60 years of Autoweek: EV1, Yugo and more
What do the Yugo, Toyota Carina, Dodge Caravan and General Motors EV1 have in common? They're all part of a special feature inside Autoweek magazine's 60th anniversary issue.
Toyota Supra set to return to track, showroom
Toyota said the venerable Supra coupe will return to U.S. showrooms and officially unveiled the Supra race car to replace the Camry in NASCAR's Xfinity Series starting in 2019.