Mercedes and Ferrari still selling cars with iffy Takata inflators, and we take a ride in Volkswagen's three-row SUV prototype.
A fast-paced weekly rundown of what's happening in the world of automotive. The biggest unveils, the latest recalls and the scariest hacks, all explained by Brian Cooley.
The US Department of Energy extends loan programs to EV chargers, and Honda debuts a ridiculous themed Civic for Comic-Con 2016.
Fiat Chrysler comes under federal investigation and it's our fault we won't average 54.5 mpg by 2025
The F-Series Super Duty really can haul, the future of the humble bus right might be here and VW just can't get away from Dieselgate.
Subaru updates the BRZ but not its cost, Aussies dislike the Focus RS and Carfection drives the new 718 Cayman
VW might have more problems ahead for its Dieselgate fixes, and GM is liable for some big, big lawsuits.
China puts the brakes on autonomous-car testing, and Autocar imagines a new McLaren F1 based on a hot scoop
Nissan unveils its semi-autonomous driving system for Japan. Plus, Tesla rolls out a cheaper Model X and Mercedes designs a high-end golf cart. Seriously.
The IIHS tests small SUV headlights, and no one's a winner. Plus, Lyft expands its GM rental program and Tesla comes under SEC scrutiny.
Elon Musk to reveal next chapter in Tesla's masterplan. Plus, "Chris Harris on Cars" drifts onto TV and a crash course in engine oils.