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The connected car market is still in its early days, but there are hints of what's ahead at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, running April 18-27.
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Fruit Cove Baptist Church Car Show's Best of Show was an aqua blue and white 1962 Chevrolet Corvette owned by Roger and Connie Lester.
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An Indiana man's car was recently stolen. But after he learned where it ended up, he didn't want it back.
Two men and two women were in custody Wednesday morning after state troopers in Eagle County pursued a vehicle reported stolen at gunpoint in Denver.
Minivans tend to be a bit larger than SUVs and don't respond as well to rough terrains.
As WCBS 880's Jim Smith reported, the Italian high-end carmaker is using the New York International Auto Show to unveil its new 4C.
The annual gathering of motorheads is nearly here as the New York International Auto Show kicks off at the Javits Center on Friday.
Each week, our German correspondent slices and dices the latest rumblings, news, and quick-hit driving impressions from the other side of the pond.
While no auto manufacturer likes to see competitors' models in their own parking lots, Fiat has taken a unique approach to try and convince some of its employees at its two factories near Pomiliano, Turin, and Mirafiori, to "give up" their foreign made cars, including Toyotas, VWs, Renaults, and Puegots by wrapping their cars in plastic bags ... (more)
Ensuring its suppliers have enough capacity to build parts for both the current and next generation minivans is among the major challenges facing Chrysler as it begins the retooling process at the Windsor Assembly Plant, according to Dino Chiodo, president of Unifor Local 444.
Anybody who has ever been served a gourmet meal prepared in a hurry will understand the new Maserati Ghibli .
Chrysler has swept the design slate clean and come up with a new entry for the most fiercely competitive segment of the car industry, the midsize sedan.
At least, that's what we think. A publication somehow snagged an image of what **may** be the all-new, 2015 Dodge Charger that's expected to appear at the 2014 New York Auto Show.