Chevrolet is known to be working on a new performance sedan, as the car maker currently lacks a model with muscle and four doors. However, a slip by OnStar has revealed the name of the car might be the Chevrolet SS Performance. Old badge returns At the height of the muscle car era, performance models Read on! →


The Chrysler Group has announced plans for a major investment in its Jeep production plant in Toledo, Ohio. Automotive News reports that the automaker will direct $500 million toward the improvement of the Toledo North Assembly Complex, where Jeep and other vehicles are built. The money will both improve the Toledo plant’s production capability and Read on! →


Shelby Super Cars, the boutique supercar maker, has recently settled a lawsuit brought by race legend Carroll Shelby. The company has dropped the name “Shelby” from their title, becoming simply SSC North America. Settlement prompts name change Shelby Super Cars, a boutique car firm from Richland, Wash., made serious headlines a few years ago with Read on! →


Fog and smoke from a brush-fire was so thick early Monday morning that responders had to listen for screams to find the injured victims of a massive pile up collision on a Florida Interstate just south of Gainesville.  Later in the morning, when the smoke and fog had cleared, it became apparent that that the Read on! →


The Toyota Land Cruiser, the luxury SUV Toyota has been making for decades, is getting a facelift. The automaker has given the venerable off-road workhorse a refresh in hopes of boosting its dismal sales for the 2013 model. Few peers among SUV crowd Toyota has been making the Land Cruiser for more than half a Read on! →


Natural gas is an attractive alternative for both energy production and also for transportation, as it offers some benefits over gasoline. For starters, it’s cleaner, and is also much cheaper, as natural gas savings for motorists could really add up. Economic natural gas savings can really add up Like it or not, the gasoline engine Read on! →


According to a pair of bulletins from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this week, German automaker BMW is recalling a wide variety of  recent models for an overheating, faulty auxiliary water pump. The recall also extends to one model made by the BMW ultra-luxury division, Rolls-Royce. Auto enthusiasts with good memories may remember the Read on! →


The Hyundai Motor Company has announced that it will begin production of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell crossover in December. That will make it one of the world’s first hydrogen-powered vehicle to be mass produced. Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell ahead of competition Toyota has said that it will be 2015 before automakers will be ready Read on! →


Most people buy a car rather than lease it, which in many cases makes sense but not always. However, if one wanted to get a Scion iQ lease or a lease on a number of other models, they will probably be able to do it for dirt cheap thanks to automakers not charging much. Scion Read on! →


Two federal investigations have been launched into Chrysler vehicles in one day. There is an NHTSA Ram 1500 probe, into faulty rear suspensions, and a Jeep Grand Cherokee probe, over leaking power steering fluid that could pose a risk of fire. NHTSA Ram 1500 probe and Grand Cherokee probe announced concurrently The National Highway Traffic Read on! →