We get some face time with GM president Mark Reuss about the win and what's next for GM.
The boss of GM gives us the scoop on the Chevy Bolt and the future of EVs in the company's portfolio.
Commentary: The president-elect threatens General Motors with punitive measures, claiming that the Chevy Cruze is made in Mexico and imported tax-free.
Michigan passed the first law allowing the use and future purchase of truly driverless autonomous vehicles on the roads.
Plus: The US will establish charging corridors across the country, and San Francisco's roads are the worst in the US.
Plus: Bosch envisions the truck of the future, and Mitsubishi unveils its GT-PHEV concept
Plus: GM recalls 3.6 million cars in the US, and Volvo's Drive Me program kicks off in Sweden
From CNET Magazine: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication could be the biggest safety breakthrough since seat belts, air bags and antilock brakes. Are you ready?
Within a year, you could be ordering a self-driving car from the Lyft app. Google and Apple also rev up autonomous-car plans, according to reports.
We have recalls galore, the latest rumors on the supposed Apple Car and a new BMW update that'll make it easier than ever to record your track day antics.
Join a group of expert panelists and moderator Tim Stevens for a look at what's to come from future in-car connectivity.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.