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The creation of the third hypercar, codenamed Project ‘003,' was confirmed Thursday by Aston Martin, and it looks even more futuristic than the previous models, if that's even possible.
A Thai court has ordered Ford Motor Co. to pay 291 customers a total of about $720,000 in compensation for selling cars equipped with faulty transmissions.
Nissan recalled nearly 240,000 cars and SUVs worldwide due to a fire risk and is advising people to park the vehicles outdoors in rare cases.
Volkswagen has bowed to American pressure stemming from the U.S. rejection of the multi-party nuclear deal and will end almost all business in Iran.
Gas prices in most of Ontario are at their lowest levels in more than half a year, thanks to the switch to winter gas and the elimination of the province’s cap-and-trade system.
Germans are beginning to embrace electric cars, with experts predicting the country will have a million hybrid or battery-electric vehicles on the road by 2022.
The RCMP is borrowing an idea from the United Kingdom by using a cut-out of a police officer to try and slow down traffic in Coquitlam, B.C.
Most of the cars made by Ferrari will be hybrid petrol-electric by 2022, the Italian sports car manufacturer said on Tuesday, including its first SUV.
After being teased since 2016, Audi finally revealed its new and completely electric SUV, the e-tron, in San Francisco on Monday.
Mike Jackson is stepping down after almost two decades leading AutoNation, the nation's largest dealership chain.
Shares of electric car maker Tesla Inc. fell more than 5 per cent Tuesday after a report that it's under criminal investigation over statements about taking the company private.
Sportscar maker Ferrari has unveiled two updated versions of its classic open-top "barchetta" racing model as it briefs investors on a new five-year business plan.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, one of the world's top-selling automakers, has decided to go with Google's Android operating system to run its dashboard information and entertainment features.
Canadian roads are poised to undergo a massive shift in the years to come, thanks to technological advances and an aging population. In this special series, CTVNews.ca takes a deeper look at the future of Canadian driving.