China’s Byton And FAW Group Working To Revive Hongqi, Mao’s Limo Builder

The two companies want to increase sales by 100 times and return the brand to its former glory.

VW To Install 2000 Charging Stations In The U.S. By Mid-2019

Electrify America will roll out its chargers at various Walmart stores, too.

Pogea Racing’s 820HP Ferrari 488 GTB Eats The Pista For Breakfast

The FPlus Corsa is 100HP more powerful than the track focused 488 and hits 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds.

Original Ford Bullitt Mustang On Display In The Heart Of Washington, D.C.

Visitors better hurry, as the Bullitt Mustang will only be there until April 23.

Toyota Confirms The Reborn Supra Will Use A BMW-Sourced Engine

The six-cylinder could deliver up to 450 HP despite lacking forced induction or electrification.

Porsche Open To Making Lightweight Weissach Packs For More Cars In Its Range

GT division boss says they will look into it, but don’t expect a Cayenne Weissach next month.

Tech Giant Alibaba Starts Testing Its Own Autonomous Systems In China

Alibaba aims to achieve Level 4 autonomy with its self-driving technology.

Connecticut Launches Pilot Program For Autonomous Car Testing

Autonomous prototypes will be permitted to test on certain cities and towns, though always with a driver on board.

Land Rover Planning Baby SUV Series To Boost Its Sales Volumes

Land Rover wants a piece of the compact SUV action, first new model to be revealed in 2021.

Lamborghini Working On Solid State Batteries, Could Pave The Way For Electric Supercar

If electric vehicle technology advanced far enough, Lamborghini could offer an electric vehicle as soon as 2026 .

Porsche Powertrain Development Boss Arrested Over Dieselgate Scandal

Jörg Kerner joined Porsche in 2011 following a stint at Audi.

Falling Small Car Demand Is Nothing New In The U.S.

As gas prices continue to be low, small car demand has dropped significantly.