The Petersen Automotive Museum opened a new exhibition focusing on sci-fi vehicles from the big and small screen.
While many customize their cars to better reflect their individual style, there's a whole global community dedicated to customizing cars for the sake of art.
In June of 1957, the City of Tulsa organized the “Tulsarama” Golden Jubilee Week—a week-long celebration of the State of Oklahoma’s 50th anniversary of statehood.
The mini Tesla Model S won't cost as much as their parent’s full-sized model, but the rideable toy will put a 600 dollar dent in a kid's allowance.
Chinese auto maker BYD Auto has been rolling out electric buses for a number of years now—launching a 40 ft. long range people carrier in 2010, supplying Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam with 35 vehicles in 2013, and revealing the world's largest battery electric vehicle in 2014.
No, that picture above is not a belated April Fools' joke. It's one of the initial renderings of a Tesla Model S-based motorhome prototype set to bring some serious buzz to an upcoming Michigan Energy Office electric vehicle ride-and-drive event.
A simulation car race player has beaten a real-world champion on a live race track. 23-year-old Enzo Bonito who trained on a racing simulator beat Lucas di Grassi, a Formula E and ex-Formula 1 driver on a winding race track in Mexico on Jan. 19.
Last year, die-cast brand Hot Wheels celebrated its 50th anniversary with a 15-city tour and a build contest that immortalized one lucky winner’s custom car in 1:64 scale.
Super expensive cars are so priceless you would think their owners would never let them go. Still, it seems some people can not hold on to a good thing.
Mustangs, Camaros, Dodge Chargers, and Trans Ams are iconic cars from America in the 50s and 60s. They paint a scene of the open road: cruising down Route 66 with the top down, riding in style through the land of the free.
A replica of the car that starred in the 1983 cult comedy film National Lampoon’s Vacation is set to go across the Barrett-Jackson auction block this month.
Mostly used as a rapid prototyping tool, 3D printing has been present in the automotive industry for quite some time.
The intrepid father-son duo from YouTube channel "What's Inside?" sure does love all things Tesla.
It appears that electric-car batteries can be used to power lots of other things, and that's something Nissan is eager to prove.