The auto market is getting more crowded with new brands and models. That may make for a tougher decision when buying, but it means you can get just what you want.
The newest vehicles are making inroads toward a driverless, fully connected experience behind the wheel, but that could introduce a new set of problems for motorists.
Plug-in vehicles are going mainstream as more companies bring ecofriendly models to the forefront.
The downsizing trend is officially over as automakers return to the SUVs and utility vehicles that became popular before the economic downturn.
Battery operated vehicles have been lagging in popularity, but newer versions could change that.
Automakers are set to develop a technology system that would allow cars to “talk” to each other.
Completely autonomous driving is still years away, but early versions are coming soon.
High-end features adorn the latest models, as automakers use new technologies to woo buyers.
Sleek new crossover designs are raising eyebrows and becoming the fastest-growing segment in the U.S. automotive market.
Autonomous driving — where the car, not the driver, is in control — may still be a few years away. But many cars already have options to make your trip much safer.