Latest Autos News
- GM Names Mary Barra As CEO For the first time, a woman will be in charge of a major U.S. automaker. GM Chief Executive Dan Akerson will step down next month and be replaced by Mary Barra
- Dallas Preps For Icy Roads With New Type Of Salt Starting at noon Sunday, the City of Dallas sent out 30 sanding trucks to prepare for the looming ice storm.
- Redesigned 50th Anniversary Mustang Set For Global Launch “Mustang is such an iconic car for us, we want to make sure that it has its own time in the sun,” said Ford Vice President of Marketing Jim Farley.
- LA Auto Show: New Connected Car Apps And Leveraging User Data Bringing cars and tech together creates a lot of questions that are only beginning to be fully understood by businesses or consumers.
- GM Keeps Trucking -- Ford Gets Edgy At LA Auto Show “There is a propensity here for a smaller truck,” said Edmunds.com senior analyst Jessica Caldwell. “People want a truck, but the larger ones are hard to drive around, and fit into parking spaces in an urban environment.”
- Car Companies Get Wild At The SEMA Aftermarket Show Car companies look to the land and sea as they come up with interesting ideas for the SEMA aftermarket show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Perhaps the most unique is a "Sponge Bob Square Pants" version of Toyota's new Highlander SUV.
- Duke Of Windsor's Caddy Found In Texas Barn, Rolls To Auction A 1941 Cadillac custom-built for the Duke and Duchess of Windsor is heading for a New York City auction from the Lone Star State.
- Study: Self-Driving Cars Would Eliminate Majority Of Traffic Deaths, Congestion In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don't drink and then climb behind the wheel.
- New Chevy Will Run On Natural Gas And Gasoline “It’s very, very affordable, less than two dollars a gallon,” says Kelly Blue Book analyst Alec Gutierrez. “It get’s you HOV access in states like California. But, the big, big hurdle is the infrastructure isn’t quite available yet.”
- Ford Exec Downplays Talk Of Change At The Top “There’s been no change to what we announced in November,” said Ford Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields.