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Toyota's new-generation Prius has recorded a record-setting 52 mpg on the magazine's test loop.
Vehicle No. 001 was auctioned off to benefit two charities -- the car ended up selling for $1.2 million.
A federal judge claims VW has made "substantial progress" in reaching conclusions with both the feds and owners.
Connecting to your phone by way of Bluetooth, FenSens takes an expensive option and turns it into something significantly less expensive, but no less useful.
It's probably the easiest job under the hood, but in case you've never done it, Brian Cooley is here to show you.
The 570S has a sibling, and the 570GT is the McLaren for the driver who wants to go quickly as well as smoothly.
The McLaren 570GT is a more comfortable and useable version of the 570S. But has anything been lost in translation?
Partnership creates special leases for Uber drivers and explores further collaboration.
J.D. Power's SafetyIQ program shows that 2016 is on pace to be a record-setting year for customer software complaints.
nuTonomy plans to launch autonomous taxis later this year as it attempts to go up against some big-name competition.
According to a member of Germany's transport ministry, nearly 60 percent of cars tested had "inexplicably" high carbon-dioxide output.
All in, Toyota's three brands have recalled nearly 5 million vehicles for this reason.
While not a single vehicle earned the group's Top Safety Pick rating, the Camaro and Mustang were close in different ways.
Brian Cooley drives the fastest production Lamborghini ever, the 2016 Aventador SV.
Now you can schedule a Lyft trip ahead of time.
According to Hyundai's director for eco-friendly vehicle development, we'll see both 200-mile and 250-mile Hyundai EVs by the end of the decade.
According to the latest University of Michigan transport study, it'll be a while before self-driving tech takes hold.
Hosted by car-vid legend Chris Harris and former CNET employee Rory Reid, it's bound to be a good'un.
Its electric underpinnings are built from the same stuff that boosts your mild hybrid's emm-pee-gees.
Many automakers claim their big SUVs have the soul of a sports car, but with its new premium SUV Mazda is one of the few that can deliver on that promise.