When General Motors unveils the Chevrolet Camaro for Chinese customers at the Shanghai Auto Show next month it will have a new Chinese name: Ke Mei Luo.
Consumer Reports annual list of Top Picks for new cars has one particularly surprising winner, the Ford Mustang.
An orange-and-white Chevrolet Camaro convertible, unveiled Thursday night at the Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions in Scottsdale, Ariz., will go on sale Saturday -- and it's likely to fetch a high price.
Once marketed to young people, classic American muscle cars now command up to $1 million at auction. Only the luckiest teenager could afford one these days.
In the next few years, we'll be seeing more Italian cars on American roads as Fiat and Alfa Romeo return to the states after a nearly two decade absence.
For a few days, Ford could boast of having the most powerful V6 in the segment with its 305 horsepower Mustang engine. But then General Motors revealed that the 304 horsepower rating on its Camaro V6 wasn't actually official. The official rating, it turned out, was 312.
CNN talks to automotive expert Ken Gross about a collection of rare cars at the High Museum in Atlanta.
Furious Fuchsia, a pair of words not often seen together, is the name of a new special edition Dodge Challenger muscle car.
General Motors will offer auto dealers large incentives to move vehicles from its defunct Saturn and Pontiac brands in a sale that deeply discounts the cars' sticker prices.
Chrysler Group's Dodge Ram Heavy Duty won Motor Trend magazine's coveted "Truck of the Year" award in a unanimous vote, the magazine announced Thursday.
The Dodge Challenger, the Chrysler Group's retro-styled muscle car, is the car best loved by its owners, according to Consumer Reports' survey of 380,000 readers of its magazine and Web site.
Carroll Shelby's life has always been tinged with an "against all odds" flavor. In the 1950s the young racecar driver shot to the top of his field, until a potentially deadly heart condition ended his career.
The situation at recently rescued Chrysler Group is even more dire than first thought, the CEO of Italy's Fiat -- which came to the aid of the U.S. automaker -- said last week.
The situation at recently rescued Chrysler Group is even more dire than first thought, the CEO of Italy's Fiat -- which came to the aid of the U.S. automaker -- said Wednesday.
Since there have been cars, people have chosen their rides based on what their cars say about them. AOL Autos put a list of cars before automotive industry experts to capture their take on several popular cars.
Do you want a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro? You'd better be prepared to offer the dealer more money than the MSRP requires, and you'd better be willing to wait. Various reports have indicated that General Motors can't build the reborn bow tie pony car fast enough to quench public demand. The Camaro was originally built from 1967 to 2002; the 2010 model marks the brand's rebirth.
If you have a heavy foot and may travel a bit over the speed limit, you might want to keep an eye out for these popular police car models.
The actor makes a documentary inspired by his lifelong obsession with a 1974 Ford XB Falcon Coupe
The Pontiac car brand, once marketed as General Motors' "excitement division," will be killed off by the end of next year, the carmaker announced Monday.
GM President and CEO Fritz Henderson announces the end of production for the Pontiac line.
Pontiac lovers are feeling nostalgic and mournful Monday amid General Motors announcement that it will end production of the car.
General Motors is preparing to announce that the Pontiac car brand, once marketed as GM's "Excitement division," will be killed off, according to a source familiar with the decision.
Which star do you most associate with car-chase movies: Steve McQueen or Michael Caine? Gene Hackman or Burt Reynolds?
Ever get the feeling the cops are driving a much cooler car than you?
Collecting cars is an expensive hobby. Here's a twist: Buy a new car today that will be worth a fortune as a collectible years from now.
When is a lobby more than just a lobby? When its owner spends $10 million to turn it into an awesome how-things-are-made museum.
Magazines are full of beauty and health secrets with tips on how to improve your inner health and polish and paint your external persona. All of this designed to keep you feeling young.
John Zapp's car dealerships - a Buick-Pontiac-GMC outlet and a Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep store - sit right on auto dealers' row in Oklahoma City, a mile-long stretch on the north side of town that's home to some 28 lots. All over this region the car business is soft, hurt by a slowing economy, high gas prices, and inventory from Detroit that isn't selling. Zapp and his salespeople watch as customers stream to Toyota and Honda next door. In January his gross profit per unit on new cars at his GM store was about a quarter as much as the Toyota outlet's - and he sold just a third as many new vehicles.
The production version of the highly anticipated Chevrolet Camaro won't be officially revealed for some time yet but, in a highly unusual move, GM won't hide the car from prying spy photographers during test drives anymore.
It's no surprise that Dodge has an apparent hit on its hands with the 2008 Challenger, an update on the classic muscle car from the early 1970s.
It wasn't just jobs that Chrysler LLC cut on Thursday. The automaker knocked out some cars as well.
Carl Edwards is about to close the door on an important chapter in NASCAR history. The question is -- does anybody care how the story ends?
More than 35 years after the death of the original muscle cars, Detroit is once again poised to produce modern muscle cars by the thousands.
Five vehicles from Ford Motor Co. placed at the top of their categories in initial quality, according to a survey released Wednesday by J.D. Power and Associates.
He's on a mission to save the planet. But first, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is trying to pump some sex appeal into environmentalists.
A 1971 Plymouth muscle car sold at a Phoenix, Ariz. auction Friday for $2.2 million. With a 10 percent sales commission, the total price for the car will be about $2.5 million.
American "bling" from the 1950s and '60s is expected to make a big showing at Barrett-Jackson's annual collector car auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Later this week, a 1971 Plymouth will go on the auction block in Phoenix, Ariz. The car's estimated value is $5 million.
General Motors released photos of a convertible Chevrolet Camaro concept vehicle Thursday. The car will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show on Sunday.
Would Mustang Sally drive a station wagon? Maybe she'll get the chance.
Ben Silverman could single-handedly generate a week's worth of TV. The 36-year-old is the executive producer of ABC's new dramedy "Ugly Betty", USA's "Nashville Star", NBC's "The Biggest Loser", an...
The Chevrolet Camaro muscle car will join the Dodge Challenger in a return to production in the next couple of years, according to a newspaper report.
SO YOU'RE FEELING THE PAIN AT THE PUMP, and you're thinking about getting a smaller car. It's just that they're so...small. How could you feel safe, when SUVs still roam the highways? Easy, says Da...
There's something people often forget about those great cars Detroit put out during the 1950s and 1960s.
The Chrysler division of DaimlerChrysler AG is expected to announce on Saturday production plans for a new Dodge Challenger coupe styled and named after the automaker's classic muscle car, newspapers reported.
Sometimes it's a turkey that lays the golden egg.
I wanted to know if the Shelby GT500 could possibly be worth the kind of money that people are already lining up to pay. Its sticker price is $43,000 for the hard top - but buyers are offering to pay dealers $20,000 to $30,000 more than that.
In 1966, you could go to Hertz and rent a Shelby GT350-H, a 306-horsepower high-performance version of the Ford Mustang.
Common gas-saving tips were put to the test recently by Edmunds.com, CNN.com's automotive content partner.
You don't have to own them, store them, restore them or insure them. Just write a check once a year and drive them.
The Toyota Prius is the car that makes its owners happiest, according to a survey by Consumer Reports, but the Chevrolet Corvette is a close second.
People thought American two-door performance cars were dead. The Chevrolet Camaro and the Pontiac Firebird went out of production in 2003. That left just the Mustang hanging on.
With an appearance that draws heavily from the classic muscle cars of the late 1960s and early '70s, the Dodge Challenger, premiering in concept car form at next week's Detroit Auto Show, should satisfy those who thought the 4-door Dodge Charger just didn't have the right stuff.
If you missed your opportunity to buy a brand-new Chevrolet Camaro before General Motors stopped making them in 2002, here's your chance.
Growing up in tiny Verona, N.D., in the mid-1970s, Bill Wiemann hoed beets and mowed cemetery lawns, saving enough to buy his first car, a 1970 Dodge Charger. The teenager also dreamed of its optio...
Kia, sister-brand to Korea-based Hyundai, topped two categories in the latest J.D. Power and Associates APEAL survey.
If teens had their choice of a car, they'd take a Ford Mustang, according to a recent poll. But parents put the Mustang at the bottom of the list of cars they'd want for their kids.
The redesigned Ford Mustang is likely to see lower insurance rates due to design changes that make it cheaper to repair, according to a published report Tuesday.
If the looks of the Pontiac GTO are a little too bland for your taste, there will be a new, more exciting-looking version in a couple of years, a Detroit newspaper reports.
I had one of those rare, truly beautiful driving moments behind the wheel of a 400-horsepower 2005 Pontiac GTO.
Nine months earlier I had taken a 2005 Ford Mustang on this same drive down the Garden State Parkway from New York City to Cape May, N.J.
SUVs are more stable and less prone to rollovers than they were in 2001, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Wednesday.
It's starting to look like the muscle car wars of the late 1960s are coming back for real. Following this year's introduction of the Dodge Charger, the next muscle car name to be resurrected will be the Dodge Challenger, according to a report in the industry weekly Automotive News.
A look at marketing data showing which cars men prefer and which ones women like revealed something I'd long suspected.
The Dodge Charger, entering production this week, could be another hit for DaimlerChrysler's Chrysler Group, according to a report in the Detroit News citing the company's counts of those interested in buying the car.
If you just love the idea of owning a 1970 Plymouth Superbird but you have trouble with the $100,000 price tag, some auto financing companies offer a different approach: leasing.
As a child, I wanted to grow up to be a reporter, and I wanted to drive a Mustang convertible, just like Joe Rossi on "The Lou Grant Show."
John DeLorean, who developed the futuristic-looking sportscar that captured the country's attention during the early 1980s but ultimately proved to be a marketing failure, has died. He was 80.
Performance car icon Carroll Shelby and Ford Motor Co. will unveil the Ford Shelby Cobra GT500, the first Shelby Mustang in 35 years and the most powerful Mustang ever, Wednesday at the New York Auto Show.
When people start paying more than $100,000 for 30- to 40-year-old Plymouths, Pontiacs and Chevrolets, some classic car collectors start to worry.
As always, there's a lot to look forward to in the upcoming automotive model year. Then again, some of next year's new cars and trucks are already generating more groans than cheers.
The new 2006 Dodge Charger, brandishing a nameplate made famous in the late-1960s era of powerful muscle cars, is being revealed in Detroit today at the 2005 North American International Auto Show.
Fans of the classic Dodge Chargers of the late '60s and early '70s -- the "Muscle Car era," when gas-guzzling V-8 beasts ruled the late-night straightaways -- are already gathering in torch-wielding mobs to kill a wretched bastardization, they say, of a once-proud breed.
With some time to spare before summer, Ford is introducing a convertible version of the new Ford Mustang at the Los Angeles Auto Show today.
Despite the frenzy it caused over the holidays, the No. 1 search item on eBay in 2004 wasn't "iPod." In fact it was "RV," short for recreational vehicle, the online auction site confirmed Thursday.
Automotive siblings the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum were named two of the 10 best cars by Car and Driver magazine in a list released Friday.
Few cars evoke rose-tinted memories like the Ford Mustang, which first appeared in 1964. What's forgotten is that the original Mustang was based on the humble Falcon, and the misbegotten Mustang II...
It is amazing, sometimes, how careful corporate planning can go so very wrong.
Carroll Shelby, best known as the creator of the muscle car-era Shelby Mustangs, is adding his big-power touch to something a little different and much bigger -- a souped-up version of the Ford Expedition sport/utility vehicle.
This weekend trip had been set up for months. I would be sharing a house in a southern New Jersey shore town with five of my brothers and four sisters. Two nights. No spouses, no children. Just us "kids."
Detroit is going back to the future by giving renewed attention to its cars' back wheels.
Katie Couric talks to Ben Affleck about his new film, "Jersey Girl," in an interview airing Friday on "Today" and "Dateline NBC," the network said Wednesday.
General Lee from the 1970s TV show the "Dukes of Hazzard" was the number one choice as most popular TV or movie car in a recent survey.
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The daily high in Scottsdale, Ariz. this time of year is about 68 degrees. That might be reason enough to book flights there, given the weather in much of the nation right now.
After 35 years and nearly 7.4 million cars, General Motors has ended production of the Chevrolet Camaro (left) and its sister model the Pontiac Firebird. None too soon, either. Besides antique engi...
I live in L.A., a city so automotively jaded that two $150,000 Bentleys can idle unnoticed at the valet station, passersby oblivious to the fact that this would be a news event in most American tow...
When he first heard the news about the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner was five time zones away, speaking with journalists in a stuffy, windowless conf...
The best deals go to those with with best information. That's the reasoning behind our ninth annual car buyer's guide, which provides financial and safety data for 398 of the most popular 2000 cars...
After four years of throttling back, U.S. auto sales have suddenly become turbocharged. Nearly 15% more cars and light trucks rolled off dealers'lots during the first four months of 1994 than in th...
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New models are the high-octane fuel of the auto industry, so these redesigned 1993 cars and trucks must supply the horsepower if Detroit is to drive out of its sales rut. Foreign competition is all...
When the high-finned '50s Cadillac convertibles started spinning on the auction turntable in Las Vegas this spring, Robie Wayne's head spun too. Wayne, 40, a Cadillac aficionado from Minneapolis, h...