The Polestar 2 inherits some classic Scandinavian design elements from its Volvo lineage, but aims to be a little more free spirited.
A pandemic cannot stop either marketing or human emotions.
A huge backlog at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has spawned a new gig worker.
The Tesla Model S and the Porsche Taycan give environmentally conscious speedsters an outlet for their desires.
Open window, extend arm and your car will slow very slightly. But you’ll need more than a few arms to bring it to a halt.
Drive-in horror film screenings and fright-night experiences are popping up around the country for a pandemic-safe holiday.
Tesla reported record deliveries in the third quarter as growing interest in electric vehicles and other cars boosted sales across the industry.
Doug DeMuro has a strong following for his giddy videos about exotic and quirky cars. Cars & Bids, his new site, got off to a roaring start.
Rupert Stadler is accused of continuing to sell cars with illegal software even after Volkswagen’s cheating scandal came to light.
Sales of previously owned vehicles are booming, but many new owners may not realize what they’re in for in terms of upkeep.
The proposal would speed up the state’s efforts to fight global warming at a time when California is being battered by wildfires, heat waves and other consequences of climate change.
Tesla said it was working on advances that would lower the cost of batteries and increase their capacity to store energy.
Trevor Milton, founder and executive chairman of Nikola, resigned after an investment fund accused him of making false assertions about the company’s technology.
Battery prices are dropping faster than expected. Analysts are moving up projections of when an electric vehicle won’t need government incentives to be cheaper than a gasoline model.
Japanese prosecutors say the former car executive helped Ghosn conceal his pay. For the world, the country’s court system itself could face judgment.
For six decades, a small-block Chevy has powered the dreams of hot-rodders and Corvettes, and plenty of other cars, even a Ford Mustang.
Neither house sitters nor jetting off for the weekend are possibilities for most dog owners who want to travel right now. So these furry friends are increasingly curled up in the back (or front) seat, enjoying the ride.
Eager to avoid public transit and Uber, and to save money, buyers are emptying dealerships.
Driven by an early fascination with the American West, a photographer set off to travel part of America’s most celebrated highway.
A Japanese company said it had completed a manned flight of its electrical vertical takeoff and landing machine. Experts say the technology needs work and that it will be expensive.
The company, Continental, is the latest to offer a detailed exposé of its wartime use of slave labor and other crimes.
The ex-president of the United Auto Workers is charged with using union funds for personal expenses. The case is part of a long federal investigation.
Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are helping them and other fledgling companies raise money and gain coveted stock listings.
Under pressure to classify their freelance drivers as full-time employees, the ride-hailing companies are discussing another option.
The agreement is a small fraction of the sum that Volkswagen paid after admitting to emissions cheating in 2015.
Since March, more than 2,800 businesses in the city have permanently closed, and others are barely holding on. Even national chains are leaving.
New Yorkers have historically been lukewarm on car ownership. Then came the you-know-what.
The tension between “those who see cars as evil and those who see cars as essential” intensifies as social distancing puts a premium on space.
A start-up rethinks a little about how to live.
The pandemic has forced the sport to patch together a schedule with new races and new tracks, with more to come. What’s the same is Mercedes, which is still on top.
Pineapple “leather,” flax seed instead of plastic: Tarform, based in Brooklyn, aims to set a standard with its retro-futuristic cafe racer.
Anthony Levandowski, a onetime star Silicon Valley engineer of self-driving cars, had pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets.
Renée Brinkerhoff has been on a quest, on almost every continent, to use racing “as a platform to do something about” a global scourge. Next stop, Antarctica.
David T. Hines, 29, was arrested and charged with three felonies after spending relief money on the $318,497 car, clothes and jewelry, federal prosecutors said.
But you’re scared about doing it during a pandemic. Here’s our F.A.Q. on changing homes (and cities) safely.
I wasn’t looking for an exotic vacation, just a temporary reprieve from compulsive news-watching and a dose of in-person fun with family and friends.
Most big car insurers offer apps that monitor your driving, and one start-up requires it. The trade-off in privacy is a premium that could be substantially cheaper for safe drivers.
Some workers are calling on the industry to shut down plants in states where virus cases have increased sharply in recent weeks.
On a road trip to Detroit, reflections on the car as a symbol of aspiration and adventure. But if you’re Black in America, that lovely machine isn’t always a refuge.
A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.
“I’m going to die here, I don’t want to keep trying,” recalled Nathalia Bruno, a food deliverer in New Jersey. “But then I saw a flash of light.”
The electric carmaker’s deliveries fell as people around the world were forced to stay home by government orders and fears over the coronavirus pandemic. But the decline was far smaller than for other automakers.
“There is no nanny system. It is just you and your steering wheel and your right foot and the road.”
Put through its paces on a motor club’s racetrack, the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S growls with a gaudy 640 horsepower and handling that lets even amateur drivers feel like superheroes.
Demand has been stronger than expected since states began reopening, but some experts worry about the effect of a new surge in coronavirus cases.
With people hunkered down at home, cities should act quickly to find a better balance between cars and pedestrians and cyclists.
A subscription service for fast cars aims to tap a new market. S.U.V.s dominate during the week, and convertibles or sports cars become more popular on weekends.
Wristwatches and fast cars: precision machines that have grown together for a century, drawing crowds and connoisseurs.
When they’ve gotta go, they’ve gotta go. Here’s how parents can minimize the risk.
When a Chinese manufacturer swept in to save the Swedish car marque, it was warmly welcomed. A decade later, plans for a fuller merger are being debated in a frostier atmosphere.