The Toyota Mirai, Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, is officially debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show ahead of going on sale next year. It’s the first FCV one can actually buy, though it’s only available in California for the moment. Toyota Mirai first FCV to go on sale A lot of people have high Read on! →


For the first time in North America, Nissan has showcased its Nissan NV200 compact cargo van before consumers, reports Automotive News. A small utility van was unveiled in the U.S. at the recent 2012 Chicago Auto Show. Sales of the smaller van will begin in 2013, after the full-sized NV cargo van size appears in Read on! →


The end consumer of just about anything rarely has any inkling about how anything gets to the point of purchase, including cars. Part of the process is a surprising number of struggles between manufacturers and dealers, among them being dealer vehicle allocation and other things. Vehicle allocation is the reason the dealer doesn’t have the Read on! →


Thanks to a blockbuster IPO, Tesla Motors has finally secured additional financing and investment from Toyota Motors. The Toyota Motors/Tesla Motors partnership is just one of the many partnerships Tesla motors has developed in a quest for a mass-market, all-electric vehicle. Is this excitement and investment going to be enough to keep Tesla Motors floating? Read on! →


The Japan earthquake and tsunami has created a ton of news stories about auto parts shortages, factory shutdowns, schedule interruptions and shipping delays. Throw in rising gas prices, and you get a perfect storm of panic buying as U.S. consumers make a run on fuel-efficient vehicles. The situation has led to severe price gouging by Read on! →


Muscle car aficionados have been drooling for months over the details of a new high-powered version of the Chevrolet Camaro, the ZL1. Details are slowly emerging about the ZL1, and the car appears to be everything a Camaro-lover could want. New Camaro has nearly 600 horsepower When a person buys a Camaro, it isn’t to Read on! →


Performance car enthusiasts have been eagerly awaiting the debut of the SRT Viper, formerly the Dodge Viper, after the line went dormant some time ago. The new model, no longer a Dodge, was recently unveiled at the New York Auto Show. Snake in the grass The Dodge Viper was something of an icon; it was Read on! →


A Honda Civic recall has been announced for a number of the 2002 and 2003 model year Civics, as well as the 2004 to 2005 Honda Pilot, totaling more than 820,000 vehicles. The issue is with faulty headlight wiring, which can cause low-beam headlights to stop working. Bad switch results in Honda Pilot, Honda Civic Read on! →


As if overproduction of overpriced vehicles weren’t enough to give an automaker a bad name, General Motors is not looking to dig itself out of an environmental pollution case. According to Automotive News, the GM bankruptcy estate has proposed a $773 million trust to deal with environmental claims that extend across 14 states. The trust Read on! →


In changing times, amid increased regulation and global unrest, automakers are striving to make their vehicles cleaner and more efficient. The same is true with vehicles designed for the physically disabled. In the past, commercial vans had to be adapted to accommodate wheelchairs, often at the cost of efficiency. The Kenguru EV, with its absence Read on! →