The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle can catch fire.
The vehicle won't have back-up drivers to take over in sticky situations and there won't be anyone watching remotely who can take over in an emergency situation and drive the car.
A used car dealership owner in Tempe has been indicted for fraud and theft by allegedly ripping off banks and car buyers.
After years of work, a factory in Casa Grande is ready to churn out electric cars.
Ford Motor Co. will offer early retirement incentives with hopes of cutting its U.S. white-collar workforce by 1,400 more positions.
Ford is shedding 1,000 jobs in North America as part of cost-cutting measures that began two years ago.
A North Carolina doctor’s Tesla operating on Autopilot crashed into a police car early Wednesday morning as he was watching a movie on his cellphone.
The plant will create at least 1,800 new jobs once it's built, according to Nikola. The first phase of construction is scheduled for completion in late 2021 with phase two being completed 12 to 18 months after that.
The Bronco was originally started in 1966 and went through six different designs before it was ended in 1996.
Volvo Cars says it is recalling nearly 2.1 million vehicles worldwide as a preventive measure after the company discovered that a steel wire connected to the front seat belts can be weakened.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents that it's investigating failures in the 2012 through 2015 Tesla Model S.
A Ford spokesperson said the date is "purely coincidental."
San Leandro Chrysler Dodge is open for business after one of the largest auto theft sprees in memory.
The automaker has developed a software update for some of its Explorer-based Police Interceptor Utility patrol vehicles that allows them to use the climate control system to raise the cabin temperature to 133 degrees for 15 minutes to help kill any coronavirus inside.
Many major auto insurance companies in the U.S. are offering policyholders some sort of refund or credits.
A car in quarantine needs to stay active, too.
A Valley car dealership is trying to keep its employees working while also giving back to the community in a big way amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Under increasing pressure from the United Auto Workers union and amid multiple confirmed coronavirus cases originating from factories, Detroit's big three automakers are closing their plants for the time being.
The UAW and the big three automakers have agreed to not close its manufacturing plants, in exchange for new safety measures and an increase in adherence to CDC recommendations on social distancing in the workplace.
Some Arizona police departments are starting to buy hybrid patrol vehicles, with a Flagstaff official saying the recent purchase of five all-wheel-drive hybrids puts the city on a course to save money on fuel while helping the environment.