Latest Autos News

Florida Man Sues Tesla Over Autopilot Feature, Crash A Florida man says the autopilot feature of his Tesla vehicle failed to detect a stalled car on a highway, leading to a collision that left him with permanent injuries.
Nearly 1/3 Of Vehicles Recalled Never Get RepairedIn the last month or so, Ford has recalled two million trucks for a potential seat belt problem and Honda said airbags in more than a million of its vehicles needed to be fixed.
Honda Recalls 1.4 Million VehiclesHonda recalls 1.4 million U.S. cars to replace Takata front passenger airbag inflators.
Self-Driving Vehicles Hitting ShowroomsThe race is on to build self-driving vehicles and automakers are one step closer.
Bye-Bye Beetle: Iconic Car Is Getting Squashed By VWVolkswagen is ending production of its iconic Beetle next summer after an almost 80-year run.
Jury Awards Texas Couple $242 Million In Toyota Seat Back Collapse Case A civil jury in Texas found "clear and convincing evidence" of "gross negligence" by Toyota, the parent company of Lexus, concerning a 2016 crash where two parents slammed into their two young children in the back seat.
Honda Odyssey Tops Minivan Crash TestThe Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is out with a new round of crash tests, this time the group looked at minivans.
The First Ford Mustang Owner Kept The Car, It's Now Worth $350KGail Wise was only 22 when she bought a brand new Ford Mustang in 1964; her car is now worth over $350,000.
Million Plus Ram Pick Ups Recalled Over Tailgate IssueFiat Chrysler has issued a recall notice for more than a million Ram pick up trucks.
Trump Admin Wants To Lower Emission Standards For Cars Setting up a showdown with California, the Trump administration on Thursday announced a plan to revoke a signature Obama-era environmental regulation.
Fuel Leaks Prompt Toyota To Recall Lexus ModelsToyota's luxury brand Lexus is recalling about 121,000 cars worldwide because of fuel leaks in the engine that can cause fires.
AAA Study: Apple, Android Less Distracting Than Auto Infotainment SystemsNew research from the American Automobile Association shows Apple CarPlay and Google's Android Auto are less distracting for drivers compared to a car's built-in infotainment system.