A 29-year-old man was arrested Monday in the ambush killing of a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy who was shot as he sat in a patrol car, authorities said.
The top-selling vehicle in America will get a bit of a facelift next year, one of just a few new or updated vehicles that will be shown off this week at Detroit’s big auto show.
Electric vehicles made by General Motors will be able to use much of Tesla's charging network starting early next year, under an agreement the two companies announced Thursday.
Leasing, not buying, is becoming the most affordable way to get your hands on an electric vehicle.
Self-driving car pioneer Waymo has announced that its robotaxis will now be able to transport passengers through most of the Phoenix area.
The proposal will require at least 54% of new vehicles sold to be electric by 2030.
Vehicles included in the recall are 2020-2022 Odyssey, 2020-2022 Passport, 2020-2021 Pilot and 2020-2021 Ridgeline.
U.S. highway safety regulators have opened yet another investigation into problems with Teslas, this time tied to complaints that the seat belts may not hold people in a crash.
Ford Motor Co. is losing billions of dollars as the company heavily invests in its electric vehicle business.
A lack of standards for repair and replacement of electric vehicle battery packs may lead to higher insurance premiums, according to a recent Automotive News report.
Ford is recalling more than 1.5 million vehicles in the U.S. in two actions to fix leaky brake hoses and windshield wiper arms that can break.
Honda is recalling a half-million vehicles in the U.S. and Canada because the front seat belts may not latch properly.
The recall covers certain Rogues from the 2014 through 2020 model years, as well as Rogue Sports from 2017 through 2022.
Electric car giant Tesla will, for the first time, make some of its charging stations available to all U.S. electric vehicles by the end of next year.
Honda, Toyota and General Motors each issued recalls.