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Tesla surges on first-ever quarterly profit
Tesla reported first-quarter earnings and sales that zoomed past analyst estimates.
Tesla stock up 40% this week
In the wake of first profit and a glowing review for the Model S, Tesla shares continued to shoot higher Friday.
Fusion Plug-In: More room, lots of tech
The 2013 Ford Fusion Plug-In Hybrid has more space than the Chevy Volt and even parks itself.
Toyota to reveal long awaited new Corolla
America's most popular compact car is finally getting completely redesigned.
Tesla talking to Google about self-driving car technology
Tesla founder Elon Musk says self-driving car technology is important to the future of cars but not yet a priority.
Pickup trucks are back!
Suddenly, the one-time profit engines for the Detroit 3 are firing on all cylinders again.
Asian automakers trouncing Detroit in key U.S. market
Hispanics have become critical to success in the American automotive market and, so far, Toyota is winning.
Shelby Raptor kicks insanity up a notch
It's hard to say exactly why an off-road pick-up needs 575 horsepower, but it's fun when it gets it.
Is it legal to take a nap in your self-driving car?
And other mind-bending questions autonomous vehicles are already creating.
Why BMW is building a bobsled
The U.S. Olympic team has tapped the automaker to design and develop a two-man bobsled for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
The ultimate Mercedes-Benz convertible
The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster is fast and fun but at just under $200,000 it's one expensive convertible.
The Chrysler-Fiat reversal of fortune
It wasn't too long ago that Fiat got Chrysler back on the road to recovery. Is it time to return the favor?
Electric-car maker Coda files for bankruptcy
Coda says it hopes to use the bankruptcy process to transition to the energy storage business, leaving behind the challening electric-car market.
Spring car sales off to a strong start
Spring car sales season kicks off with GM, Ford, Chrysler Group all report best April sales in at least five years.
How VW is beating the slump in Europe
The German giant is still gunning to be number one in the world. The slowdown at home doesn't seem to be stopping it.
Chevy pulls ad offensive to Chinese
Ad for Chevy Trax pulled for using old song with offensive lyrics.
GM's Akerson: Next Chevy Volt should be profitable
The GM CEO is bullish on the Chevy Volt, shale, and America.
Don't count Elon Musk out yet
Tesla's founder has suffered setbacks in trying to expand sales of his innovative electric vehicles across the U.S. Don't expect him to stop any time soon.
GM trims European losses
GM earnings fall in first quarter but reduced European losses helped to cheer investors.
MKZ: Lincoln luxury has not yet arrived
The newest model from Ford's luxury brand shows that there's a lot of work still to be done.
Ford joins rush of American companies to Myanmar
Ford announced Monday it will start selling its cars and trucks in Myanmar, becoming the first major automaker to open a showroom in the former pariah state.
6 greenest cars made in America
These super-efficient vehicles are made right here.
Tesla offers idiot-proof battery warranty
Maker of the all-electric Model S is announces improvements to its service and warranties.
Inside Nissan's $300 million battery factory
Not surprisingly, the Japanese company has big hopes for its new high-tech U.S. facility.
Hyundai pulls ad that plays suicide for laughs
In an on-line video, a man tries, but fails, to kill himself with the fumes from a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.
Fortune Brainstorm Podcast: Alan Mulally
This week, we turn to Ford CEO Alan Mulally, who described his plans to keep the automaker on course during a difficult global market at last year's Brainstorm Green conference.
Shelby's outrageous 575-hp Raptor
The 575-hp Shelby Raptor has monster performance and rugged off-road capability, making it a pick-up truck for the not-so-faint-of-heart.
8 collectible SUVs: Take a retro adventure
Old-school off-roaders have finally become desirable items at collector car auctions.
Lawmakers probe government loan to Fisker as carmaker struggles
Fisker, which received a $192 million government loan, laid off most of its employees earlier this month and appears close to bankruptcy.
Apple's iCar is finally here
It's just not being made in Cupertino.
Fun cars from the Shanghai Motor Show
From an even faster Lamborghini to an SUV with, literally, projector beam headlights, these are some of the car's unveiled at China's major car show.
Another Honda recall: 225,000 SUV's and minivans affected
Honda is recalling over 200,000 vehicles in the U.S. and more than 20,000 in Canada due to a problem related to their brakes and transmissions.
Hog wild: Harley-Davidson sales are rolling again
As Harley-Davidson celebrates its 110th birthday, the iconic motorcycle maker is back on track with revenue and earnings.
15 of the chunkiest cars on the road
AAA: Car ownership costs on the rise
The cost of owning and driving a car has risen almost 2% since last year, according to AAA study.
Honda, Nissan and Toyota in massive recall
Japanese automakers Honda, Nissan, Toyota and Mazda announced Thursday they are recalling around 3.5 million cars due to airbag defects.
Who really dinged your spouse's car
A new survey indicates that many spouses keep tickets, and even car crashes, to themselves.
10 big car brands that bit the dust
The stories of these 10 brands that died prove that nothing is permanent - especially in the auto industry.
Ford and GM team up on 9-speed transmission
Detroit automakers are working together to design transmissions that will improve fuel economy on future vehicles.
Cadillac ATS: 'Standard of the World' returns
With its refined interior and great handling, the Cadillac ATS can compete with some of the top German cars in the world.
BMW gives a glimpse of its future
Its new X4 SUV is intended to appeal globally, and it will be built in America.
Ford Focus is world's best-selling car
With over one million sold in 2012, Ford Focus sales retained their spot at the top.
Buick Encore: An oddball SUV
The Buick Encore has a nice road feel but limited interior space and a strange instrument layout makes it an awkward SUV.
Car repair costs on the rise - 1st time in 6 years
Car repair costs are on the rise, according to auto repair Web site CarMD.
Fisker lays off 75% of workforce
Maker of the plug-in hybrid Fisker Karma says it is still seeking partners and is trying to preserve the carmaker's "core value" but has to let go of most of its employees.
11 cars in need of a makeover
Some of these new cars are already scheduled for earlier-than-usual facelifts. The rest of them should be.
The secretive company that controls your car
Have a fancy navigation system? It's probably running software built by this little-known but powerful Canadian company.
The threat Hyundai faces now
The Korean auto giant is still surging, but conflict at home could curb its growth.
Porsche to unveil plug-in hybrid car
The Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid will the German automaker's first plug-in model.
Tesla shares fall as 'big news' underwhelms investors
Tesla shares slipped 8% Wednesday after an announcement late Tuesday that had been teased by CEO Elon Musk last week underwhelmed investors.
Hyundai, Kia recalling 1.6 million vehicles
Faulty brake lamps can cause problems with gear selectors, starters and cruise control systems.
Inside BMW's future lab
In Mountain View, California, BMW researchers are working on the future of sustainable automobiles.
History's 10 worst auto chiefs
Tesla announces cheaper way into a Model S
New financing plan is designed to mimic the benefits of leasing.
Subaru recalling 200,000 Outbacks and Legacys
Subaru says the recall was ordered because of a problem with the brake lines in the affected cars, which may corrode if sprayed with salt water.
Does Jeep have a design problem?
Yes. It needs to grow the brand without turning off loyal customers.
Automakers report strong March car and truck sales
Major automakers post solid car and truck gains in March, as pent-up demand continues to drive the sales rebound into spring selling season.
Look inside BMW's plug-in concept car
The BMW Active Tourer hybrid is a concept vehicle that features plug-in capability, an 8-speed transmission and a twin-turbo 3-cylinder engine.
Chevy power: Wild or practical
At the New York Auto Show, Chevrolet announced the Camaro Z28, a stripped-down track car and showcased the Chevy SS, a more refined sedan.
Lincoln's renaissance needs a jump
Ford's relaunch of its luxury brand isn't off to a great start.
Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid keeps 4WD cred
Subaru's first crossover hybrid vehicle promises greater fuel economy while delivering the same superior 4-wheel drive that Subaru owners have come to love.
Mercedes unveils Tesla-powered electric car
B-class electric hatchback will go on sale in the United States first before being made available elsewhere.
Jeep Cherokee: New look, more power
The Jeep Cherokee is back with a softer look, improved fuel economy and can handle difficult off-road terrain.
Self-driving cars could solve the oil crisis
Autonomous driving technology could cut down on vehicles' weight - and therefore improve fuel efficiency.
Honda unveils minivan with built-in vacuum cleaner
New Honda Odyssey minivan with built-in vacuum from Shop-Vac debuts at New York auto show.
Iconic Jeep Cherokee's controversial return
New version of the classic Cherokee raises eyebrows. It looks more modern, less boxy, than its rugged predecessor.
New wheels from the New York Auto Show
These are some of the latest cars, trucks and vans from the Big Apple's annual car show.
Chevrolet's Corvette-powered sedan at New York Auto Show
General Motors' new Chevrolet SS sedan, making its first auto show appearance at the New York Auto Show this week, is a rear-wheel-drive performance sedan powered by the same V8 engine used in the Corvette sports car.
New Cadillac CTS: Lighter, longer, lower
GM's third-generation Cadillac CTS features softer lines, a new twin turbo V6 engine and is lighter but roomier.
Agency sacks employees over Ford art depicting tied-up women
The India-based advertising agency that created artwork depicting women tied up in the back of a Ford has fired some of the employees responsible for the images.
Honda Accord-now with blind-spot camera
Honda introduces the new Accord with the first-of-its-kind camera that allows drivers to check blind spots.
11 ways to save Detroit ... before it's too late
Motor City's newly appointed emergency financial manager has one tough job saving the city from financial oblivion. Here's what he should do.
Companies make fast, pricey cars even more so
Hyundai's love letter to America
The company's newest vehicle couldn't be more in line with U.S. drivers' tastes. And the Korean auto company is counting on that.
Volkswagen to recall 384,181 vehicles in China
Volkswagen will recall 384,181 cars in China for a transmission fix state regulators said Wednesday, just days after the automaker was the subject of a state television expose.
Honda Odyssey really cleans up
Honda's new Odyssey mini-van has a vacuum cleaner built right into vehicle.
Toyota recalling 200,000 FJ Cruisers for seatbelt issue
Front seatbelt mountings, which are attached to the back doors, can begin to come loose with repeated door slams.
Honda recalling 180,000 vehicles for brake problem
A problem with the electronic stability control system could cause vehicles to brake without warning.
Can General Motors remake its rental car?
The Chevrolet Impala -- a favorite of dreary rental lots -- is getting a do-or-die makeover.
Mercedes G63, monster SUV
The Mercedes G63 stands out in a crowded market of crossovers by sticking to its military roots.
Henrik Fisker resigns from plug-in car company Fisker
Founder blames disagreements with the Fisker Automotive's business strategy.
Million-dollar cars from Amelia Island auctions
Rolls-Royce, Ferrari and Duesenberg are among the cars that sold for top-dollar at the Florida collector car event.
Super-tuned supercars at the Geneva Motor Show
When a high performance luxury car isn't enough, buyers turn to tuner companies like Ruf, Hamman, and Gemballa to boost horsepower and change the car's appearance.
Drive my Porsche, please
As the sharing economy expands into transportation, Millennials are growing up with a very different spin on car ownership.
'Downton Abbey' cars with a modern twist
The Morgan Three Wheeler is about as basic as automobiles can get, but it sure is fun.
Rolls-Royce unveils its fastest car ever - the Wraith
Two-door Wraith has a 624-horsepower V12 and a satellite-guided transmission.
The fastest Rolls Royce ever
The brand new Rolls Royce Wraith does 0-60 in 4.4 seconds and is one of the brand's most decadent automobiles.
Inside Toyota's radical change
Major changes for an automaker on the mend.
I collect psychedelic 60's rides
Ed "Big Daddy" Roth created cars straight out of comic books and they've become major collectors' items.
Inside Ferrari's hybrid supercar - LaFerrari
Engineers had to create a hybrid car that would live up to Ferrari's legendary performance standards.
Subaru recalling almost 50,000 zombie cars
Japanese automaker Subaru recalls nearly 50,000 Legacy, Outback, Impreza and Crosstrek vehicles with potentially faulty fobs. The risk? They could start themselves.
The brand new LaFerrari
The new LaFerrari, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show has a hybrid electric-gasoline engine, can do 0-60 in under 3 seconds and will cost over $1m.
Lamborghini unveils the Veneno
The Lamborghini Veneno will have 750 horsepower engine and over 220 mile per hour top speed.
The $4 million Lamborghini
The brand new Lamborghini Veneno will run you $4 million, but only if you can get your hands on one of the 3 being produced.
McLaren's $1.1 million hybrid supercar
A successor to the famous McLaren F1 of the 1990s it will be sold in small numbers.
McLaren P1: A hybrid supercar
The brand new, $1.1m McLaren P1 can do 0-60 in under 4 seconds and boasts a carbon fiber body.
Wild cars from the Geneva Motor Show
Europe's biggest car show features some of the nicest -- and strangest -- cars on the planet.
Ferrari unveils V12 hybrid in Geneva
Powered by gas and electricity, Ferrari LeFerrari can hit 62 mph in less than three seconds.
VW unveils 'world's most efficient car'
The Volkswagen XL1 is a tiny two-seat diesel-powered plug-in hybrid.
Long, tortured road to new Chrysler plant
Twists and turns led to crucial new manufacturing facility.
Strong February auto sales reported
Early results suggest sales should come in at an annual rate above 15 million for the month.
Crazy cars of Ed 'Bid Daddy' Roth
Los Angeles' Galpin Motor Sports claims to have the biggest collection of cars by the father of the 'kuston kulture' movement.
Which Detroit CEO makes the most?
GM is hamstrung by its relationship with the U.S. government - but not for long.
Most valuable collectible Lamborghinis
Collectors are after these classics from the Italian supercar maker.
Consumer Reports' top car picks - Americans shut out
Detroit automakers don't make it into the influential magazine's list.
The auto industry's best-kept secret
Automakers are among the most efficient corporate recyclers in the U.S. Why do we never hear about it?
Tesla shares bounce back
Investors punished Tesla stock Thursday after a disappointing earnings report raises questions about company's growth outlook.
10 worst cities for driving
A new survey tallies up the top ten towns in America where gridlock rules.
Tesla posts loss, stock sinks
Sales came in slightly ahead of estimates, but that wasn't enough to keep shares from falling.
Jeep is the latest corporate victim of a Twitter hack
The car company's feed was taken over Tuesday by what appeared to be the same group that took control of the Burger King feed on Monday.
Ford taps social media for new ad campaign
Ford is marketing the 2014 Fiesta in part through social media content created by a group of 100 people who will get to test-drive the car for several months.
What we learned from our Tesla Model S drive
Here are a few things we learned from our Washington, D.C.-to-Boston drive in the Tesla Model S.
Test drive: DC to Boston in a Tesla Model S
Can a Tesla Model S make it from Washington D.C. to New England without the use of a flatbed truck?
Our Tesla S made it from D.C. to Boston
CNNMoney drove a Tesla Model S from Washington, D.C. to Boston, recharging it twice at the Supercharger stations in Delaware and Connecticut.
10 reasons why you should still worry about GM
Despite a number of hopeful notes in the continuing turnaround at General Motors, the automaker's North American ops are still dealing with the same problems.
Tesla fires back at the New York Times
Billionaire Tesla founder Elon Musk rails against a recent New York Times story that claimed its Model S ran out of juice on a long-distance test drive.
Huge collection of tiny cars
After traveling the world in search of the world's smallest cars, collector Bruce Weiner, will sell off his beloved automobiles at an auction hosted by RM Auctions, in Madison, Georgia.
Lexus tops J.D. Power's most dependable car ranking
Domestic cars are closing the quality gap while all vehicle
Snow day driving
These vehicles are among the best when the weather's at its worst.
GM earnings hit by European losses
Leading U.S. automaker GM posts strong fourth-quarter results, but full-year earnings decline.
Tesla's charging problem
The carmaker has an amazing product - does it also have to build the infrastructure for it?
GM wants to sell Americans on diesel
A version of its new Cruze compact features something few American cars have—a diesel engine. The question is, will it sell?
Toyota wants to win in pickups
Its Tundra is being retooled to fight Ford and GM.
5 things to know about car leases
You can get great deals on car leases these days, but a few wrong turns will cost you. Here's what you need to know.
Chrysler has issues
The U.S automaker's fourth-quarter profit was up 68%. That doesn't mean it isn't facing an uphill climb.
10 cheapest new cars in America
If you simply can't stomach buying a used car, here are the cheapest new cars on the market.
Toyota Avalon: No longer a 'retiree's car'
The Toyota Avalon has always been a bit of snooze, but the 2013 is actually not as boring as its predecessors.
Devilish Mercedes CLA ad prematurely tempting
The new Mercedes CLA has attracted a lot of interest with its Super Bowl ads but shoppers will have to wait for the fall to get the car.
Former CEO Ed Whitacre is bullish on GM—and America
Whitacre offers a candid but upbeat assessment of General Motors, U.S. manufacturing and the American worker.
A wild 22-foot land yacht
This 1956 Chrysler Diablo is a fully drive-able and street legal concept car designed by famed auto designer, Virgil Exner.
AutoNation's Mike Jackson takes control
Through a shrewd mix of long-term planning and strategic investment, AutoNation's CEO has transformed a disorderly business into an industry colossus.
How far can you go in a Tesla?
A 700-mile California road trip in the electric Tesla Model S
You're getting stuck in traffic less
Traffic congestion has dropped. The economy is the main reason, but technology and better planning also play a role.
But D.C.'d gridlock is still very bad
Washington commuters suffering the most hours lost to traffic jams, and have to allow for the most extra time to arrive on time.
BMW's next big thing doesn't have wheels
The luxury automaker is setting its designers' and engineers' sights on a totally different kind of "ultimate driving machine."
'Fatty' Arbuckle's big, purple, Pierce-Arrow
The custom built, 1919 Pierce Arrow was built for famous actor, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, one of the highest paid in Hollywood in the 1920s.
Hyundai wins Super Bowl auto ad wars
While some automakers gambled with long, emotional or quirky Super Bowl ads, Hyundai's commercials might have been the most effective drivers of web traffic.
Why it makes sense for auto foes to join forces
Fierce competitors like BMW, Toyota, Ford, and Daimler are teaming up to tackle hydrogen fuel-celled car manufacturing. It's probably the best choice they could make. Here's why.
Auto makers post strong sales in January
The world's major car makers reported strong U.S. sales, providing further indication that demand for new vehicles is starting to return.
Consumer Reports: Toyota, Ford best-liked car brands
A survey of the consumer magazine's readers finds that the Toyota and Ford car brands are the best liked.
A rare, experimental Mustang
This rare 1968 'Green Hornet' Mustang was used as an experimental car to test parts for Shelby performance cars.
AutoNation to become McDonald's of car dealers
America's largest car dealership network will operate most of its dealerships under the AutoNation brand.
Red state, blue state: Where Detroit sells cars
If the Detroit Three automakers want to survive, they need to look beyond their traditional red state customer base for car sales.
Superbird: From street legal to race car
This 1970 Plymouth Superbird was a street legal car created so that Plymouth could compete in the stock car races in the 1970s.
Toyota recalls 1 million cars in the U.S.
Toyota said Wednesday it was recalling more than 1 million vehicles sold in the U.S. over faulty airbags and windshield wipers.
13 auto execs to watch in 2013
Top executives from the world's biggest automakers have a lot to prove in the coming year.
'Plum crazy' Hemi Cuda
After this 1971 Hemi 'Cuda was stolen and discovered in 2001, it was fully restored with original parts and painted 'Plum Crazy' color.
Teeny cars worth big bucks
Bruce Weiner is selling the contents of his Georgia Microcar Museum in one huge auction.
New Lamborghini Aventador LP-700 debuts
The brand new Lamborghini Aventador LP-700 made it's public debut in Miami, Florida.
Great car deals from the Barrett-Jackson auction
Sure, people buy cars for millions at Scottsdale auctions. But others score cheap deals on cars for $2,200.
$42,000 for a three-wheeled bubble car
A 1955 Messerschmitt KR-200, also known as a 'Bubble car' sold at the annual Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale for $42,000.
Ford rolls to better sales, earnings
Ford posts improved operating earnings for quarter and the year, boosted by improvement in North America.
1958 Ferrari: $8.25 million
Plus nine other top-selling cars from 2013 Scottsdale collector car auctions
$8 million Ferrari tops in Scottsdale
Ferraris remain a collectors dream after another rare 1958 Ferarri California sells at auction in Arizona for more than $8 million.
Toyota reclaims global auto sales crown
Final sales numbers confirm that Toyota's 2012 car sales topped those of General Motors and Volkswagen.
Bringing GM back from the brink
Days after General Motors went bankrupt, former AT&T CEO Ed Whitacre took over as chairman. In this excerpt from
, he takes us inside his fight to get GM moving again.
GM's key players
General Motors was plagued by ineffective management as well as a deeply divided board
Batmobile sells for $4.6 million
The real Batmobile -- the one from the 1960s TV series -- sold at Barrett-Jackson auction, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Cool cars from the Detroit Auto Show
These are some of the cars, trucks and vans being unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.
Own the original Batmobile
George Barris' original Batmobile goes up for auction at Barret Jackson.
10 surprises from the Detroit Auto Show
If this year's gala was lacking in fiery moments, there were still a few pleasant surprises to be had.
Eye-control 'magic' in Hyundai concept car
Hyundai's car of the future uses retina scanning and gesture control to eliminate driver distraction and create a button free interior.
Honda announces another recall of Pilots, Odysseys
Problem that could prevent driver's airbag from deploying properly prompts recall of Honda minivan and SUV for second time since December.
The cockpit of your future car
Tablet computer technology could soon replace many of the controls in your car for both drivers and passengers.
Concept cars for the not too distant future
Here are a few of the concept cars on display at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show that may hit the streets in the coming years.
GM unveils Cadillac version of the Volt
The new ELR coupe will have more luxury features and added performance.
Via Motor's 800hp monster truck hybrid
Via Motors takes their hybrid electric approach to trucks and utility vehicles a step further with this 800HP rock crawler.
Cadillac, Ram win Car and Truck of the Year honors
In another sign of comeback for GM and Chrysler Group, Detroit auto show honors Cadillac ATS and Ram 1500.
GM loses global sales title to Toyota, again
General Motors fell to No. 2 in the global auto sales race, even as 2012 was its best year for sales since 2007.
All-new Corvette Stingray unveiled
America's little Mercedes
The new Mercedes CL-A is a small car Americans will embrace.
10 most valuable Corvettes
With a new Corvette being revealed at the Detroit auto show, here are past 'Vettes that are the most valuable today.
Fisker Karma vs. Tesla Model S
Fortune's Sue Callaway puts these two alternative vehicles through their paces to find out which upstart American car company has the best cutting edge electric technology.
Nissan Leaf to be manufactured in U.S.
Nissan will begin production of the all-electric sedan this week in Tennessee.
Ford's biggest white-collar job hiring in a decade
Ford makes biggest hiring push of white-collar jobs in more than a decade to support new product.
13 cars to watch in 2013
A look at what's in store for the world's automakers this year will tell a lot about what to expect for cars down the road.
10 of America's hardest working vehicles
These cars and trucks double as cabs, cargo vans, and everything in between.
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