Think real-world physics are a drag? Do you crave supernal acceleration and handling, as well as a reset button in case you plow into a crowd of people? Then these top video game cars of all time are for you. Each of these fictional vehicles are a super car in its own way, and most Read on! →


Even when you’re the biggest game in town, you can always get bigger. That’s the philosophy behind the expansion of Nissan Motor Co. in China. Already the largest Japanese automaker in China, Nissan has announced plans to build a massive $785 million production plant in the northeast region at Dalian City. Tightening grip on the Read on! →


A motorist in England suffered a minor crash last fall that caused his air bag to deploy. However, the bag punctured in the accident, leading to the man’s death from inhaling the poisonous fumes. Air bag deployed, punctured Ronald Smith, of Mardsen, South Shields, was driving his Vauxhall Insignia home from work in Hartlepool, England, Read on! →


Last year, Goodyear announced that it was working on self-inflating tires, partially thanks to a grant from the Department of Energy. Goodyear has the tires working in the prototype stage and is set to begin testing next year. Government grant helps Goodyear to make self-inflating tires Last year, leading tire manufacturer Goodyear received a $1.5 Read on! →


A disgruntled farmer in a small Vermont town took out his beef on the local law enforcement Thursday when he crushed most of the Sheriff’s Department’s fleet of police cars with a tractor while the cops were cooling off inside the building. Police cars flattened monster-truck style Roger Pion, 34, of Newport, Vt., allegedly used his Read on! →


A small stretch of highway in Texas is making national news and stirring some debate over speed limits. The 41-mile road, which runs between Austin and San Seguin, has an 85 mph speed limit, the fastest in the nation, which some say is unsafe and others insist is awesome. The 85 mph speed limit proves Read on! →


“A Different Kind of Car” Now Just a Dead GM Brand It appeared that General Motors was going to find a way to make a deal with Penske Automotive Group. It appeared that Saturn, which used to market itself as “a different kind of company” with more of a grassroots American appeal, was going to Read on! →


Chrysler Group is taking an nontraditional approach to marketing lately. Rather than focusing its efforts in the same old places, Chrysler is targeting areas like malls, schools and music concerts with its “Ride & Drive” program. The underlying principle is that consumers are less stressed than they are at a dealership and will be easier Read on! →


Cash for Clunkers is no more, and many auto industry analysts are saying that’s the reason vehicle sales suffered last month. About 5 million fewer cars sold in September than in August, down to 9 million from 14 million. “I’ve never seen a rollercoaster ride like this,” said Ken Czubay, vice president of U.S. sales Read on! →


Ford has taken the green vehicle lead among automakers with initiatives that go beyond the powertrain. Many of the materials used in Ford vehicles are recyclable and replace plastics that end up in landfills. Ford’s latest green vehicle innovation may be biodegradable parts made from mycelium, a mushroom fungus. Making car parts from mushrooms Ford Read on! →