Prospects dim for personal defense weapon for tankers, others.
Next week's Geneva auto show promises a cornucopia of automo-love, with the world's best collection of supercars, an array of concept vehicles, and important new models for the everyday driver.
You don't have to pay a lot to get a high-tech car anymore. Along with a new set of subcompact, low-price cars, automakers are including useful technology, such as MP3 player and Bluetooth phone integration.
Mazda is banking on its 2011 Mazda2 being a key player in a subcompact surge over the next two years.
With its 1.6-liter engine, the 2014 Ford Fiesta makes for a mild-mannered urban runabout, but Sync and MyFord Touch add some compelling tech features.
Automotive News reports on Audi's e-tron EV strategy.
Automotive News reports on how automotive engineers have managed to create 40 mpg cars using conventional gasoline engines.
New Facebook game Driverville markets its new Mazda2 model. Although sold around the world since 2007, the Mazda2 is only now coming to the U.S.
We have what looks to be the first shots of a production-ready 2012 Chevrolet Aveo (in sedan configuration) and it looks like the concept to car lot transition has been kind to the sub-compact.
Automotive News reports on statements by the president of Audi of America about whether it will bring the A1 to the U.S.