Ferrari shows good pace, reliability in 1st week of F1 tests

The first week of Formula testing ended with Ferrari looking to be a step ahead of Mercedes.

White House ends California talks on auto mileage dispute

The Trump administration says it has broken off talks with California in a dispute over mileage standards, moving the two closer to a possible court battle that threatens to roil the auto industry.

White House ends California talks on auto mileage dispute

The Trump administration says it has broken off talks with California in a dispute over mileage standards, moving the two closer to a possible court battle that threatens to roil the auto industry.

McDowell defends Daytona 500 decision not to push Logano

The tension between a pair of Ford drivers is the fallout from a disappointing Daytona 500 for the blue oval brand.

McDowell defends Daytona 500 decision not to push Logano

The tension between a pair of Ford drivers is the fallout from a disappointing Daytona 500 for the blue oval brand.

2019 GMC Canyon sacrifices space even among midsize pickups

The Canyon hasn't changed much since its reintroduction in 2015, but it faces new challenges in the category from the Ford Ranger and the Jeep Gladiator. How does it measure up?

2019 GMC Canyon sacrifices space even among midsize pickups

The Canyon hasn't changed much since its reintroduction in 2015, but it faces new challenges in the category from the Ford Ranger and the Jeep Gladiator. How does it measure up?
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‘Swedish invasion’ set for IndyCar in 2019

Rookie drivers Marcus Ericsson and Felix Rosenqvist represent a "Swedish invasion" of IndyCar in 2019.

40 countries agree cars must have automatic braking

A U.N. agency says 40 countries led by Japan and the European Union -- but not the U.S. or China -- have agreed to require new cars and light commercial vehicles to be equipped with automated braking systems starting next year.

Motormouth: Unraveling the mystery of the engine oil dipstick

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

Even loyal Forester huggers will squint to spot changes in the 2019

The 2019 Subaru Forester gets a little bigger and offers a Sport trim, with larger black wheels and orange trim. But changes in this redesign can be difficult to discern.

AAA: Cold weather can cut electric car range over 40 percent

A new study finds that cold temperatures can sap electric car batteries, temporarily reducing their range by more than 40 percent when interior heaters are used.

Waymo is nearing robocar deal with Renault-Nissan alliance

Waymo is in advanced talks to develop autonomous cars with Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co., and Mitsubishi Motors Corp., according to people familiar with the matter, in a move that would join a leading self-driving force with the world’s largest automotive alliance.

Acura becomes title sponsor of Long Beach Grand Prix

Long Beach Grand Prix will have Acura as title sponsor starting in April's race

Motormouth: Drive more — and pollute more — to pass emissions test? Kind of

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

Automakers show off more power, more adventure at Philadelphia Auto Show

The Philadelphia show will feature a whopping 12 Northeast debuts.The main goal? Take drivers to more rugged terrain or help them pack more punch.

Seinfeld sued over sale of Porsche alleged to be fake

Jerry Seinfeld has been sued by a company that claims it bought the comedian's 1958 Porsche for $1.5 million only to discover it was fake.

Changes at Detroit auto show mean little to consumer shows like Philadelphia’s

“The auto show is 750,000 square feet of almost every car imaginable there,” says Ian Jeffrey, auto show chairman. “People shop multiple cars at one time.”

Buying a car? Put the Philadelphia Auto Show to work for you

About 40 percent of visitors to the Philadelphia Auto Show buy a car within 12 months of attending. Here's how to put the show to work for your purchase.

Motormouth: Drive more — and pollute more — to pass emissions test? Kind of

Columnist Bob Weber answers all your car questions.

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