A noisy debate about the world's fastest and most popular motorsport.
Uber's engineering chief takes a self-driving car to work every day. Now he's ready to unleash them on Pittsburgh.
This weekend, Tony Kanaan wears something no driver has ever worn before
It's like a supercharged go-cart
Secretive startup shows off electric concept car FFZERO1 at CES
Hybrid electric coupes are fashioned for efficiency—with fangs
And if so, what does that future look like?
Greener than a Prius and hotter than a Maserati, the Fisker Karma promises to change the way the world thinks about electric cars. The only problem is that nobody outside the company has driven one yet. Will Henrik Fisker tempt buyers into the electric age, or is he already a relic of the past?
After nearly four days, 1,860 miles, and lots of baking Australian sun, a team from Japan's Tokai University edged out 31 other competitors to bring home a solar victory in the 2009 Global Green Challenge
Our friends at Driverside.com explore what this little piece of history means for the future of green car technology and environmental awareness in the automotive industry
In signing two memos, Obama moves on fuel and emissions standards
Electric cars could start a grab for natural resources on par with the petroleum industry; is compressed air the answer?
Electric cars battle performance purists as the UK's largest auto show turns green
Then why the push to develop the Chevy Volt?
Far-out supercar concepts, innovative alt-energy vehicles, and more than one pair of hot triplets--it's all at the NYIAS this week, and automotive editor Eric Adams is on the scene
Nine myths and misconceptions, and the truth about why hydrogen-powered cars arenâ€™t just around the corner
Cars that think for us! Cars that change shape at will! Cars that scream along underground at twice the speed of sound! Itâ€™s a cinch to predict the future of the automobile. But how do we get there?
Rally racers in super-modded street cars follow their own Cliffs Notes to navigate rocky dirt roads full of gullies and blind curves. The rawest form of racing is finally gaining traction in the U.S.
The inside account of how GM stole the Detroit auto show by hustling its Pontiac Solstice off the sketchpad and onto the stage in record time.
It's two engines in one. Ford's dual-displacement engine runs on six cylinders for power, then switches to three for economy.
U.S. automakers are thinking big -- and building small.