A 14-year-old Washington, Missouri boy who died after a four-year battle with cancer got a huge show of support on Sunday, KMOV reported.
Hong Kong stocks tumbled on Wednesday as the city endured a third consecutive day of violent unrest.
Two people died Sunday in New Jersey after their speeding car lost control, launched off an embankment and flew into the second story of a building, police said.
Italian law now requires vehicles to have a safety device that alerts drivers if a child has been left behind in the rear seat or a car seat.
More than 600,000 four-wheel drive trucks and SUVs are being recalled by General Motors because a software error could trigger the braking system and increase the likelihood of a crash, The Associated Press reported Thursday.
Subaru is recalling more than 350,000 Foresters over an airbag issue, The Associated Press reported Friday.
A motorist and a passenger appeared to be slumped over and asleep in a Tesla driving on a Massachusetts highway, CBS News reported.
On any given day, you can spot Lori Alaniz's candy apple red Honda Accord parked in the driveway of her Elk Grove home, KTXL reported.
Tesla's soon-to-be-unveiled pickup truck will have a starting price of less than $50,000, it will be a better truck than a Ford F-150 and it will outperform a Porsche 911, according to CEO Elon Musk.
General Motors is planning to build a wild new version of the Corvette — and it plans to hire hundreds of new workers to get the job done.
You may be used to thinking of luxury cars as big and ultra-roomy, but Genesis, the luxury automaker spun off from South Korea's Hyundai a few years ago, unveiled something Tuesday night on a much smaller scale.
Uber now lets women drivers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia opt to pick up women passengers.
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has again professed his innocence in a new video and accused executives at the Japanese carmaker of conspiring to remove him from power.
Acura is recalling more than 360,000 SUVs worldwide because water can get into the tail lights and make them go dark, The Associated Press reported Monday.
Ousted Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn has been arrested in Japan on new charges, less than a month after he was released on bail.
Tesla is probably about to report the largest drop in auto sales in the company's history.
Daimler has teamed up with Geely to transform its Smart brand into an electric carmaker focused on China's vast market.
The head of Toyota North America warned Friday that the tariffs President Donald Trump has threatened to impose on foreign vehicles would make it hard for the company to follow through on an additional $750 million investment in US plants that it announced this week.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is suing Volkswagen, accusing the German carmaker of carrying out "a massive fraud" by cheating on emissions tests.
Carlos Ghosn may be out of jail, but the global auto alliance he built is moving on without him.
Tesla will raise the price of its vehicles after going back on a recent decision to close most of its stores.
A year after the first fatality caused by a fully self-driving car, questions about liability in the event of a death involving the cars are still completely up in the air.
Volkswagen's ID Buggy, an electric dune buggy concept, was an eye-catching presence at this week's Geneva International Motor Show. The most surprising thing about it, though, is that VW might actually put it into production.
Swedish automaker Koenigsegg claims its recently unveiled Jesko supercar should be able to achieve speeds of 300 miles per hour.