We take a look inside the Cruise Origin
Detroit and Silicon Valley are racing to create self-driving cars, but have they set expectations too high?
They're the two most highly anticipated auto launches in years
The new, six-day event will take place at M1 Concourse in Pontiac
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and French automaker Peugeot announced the name of their new corporation in July
The 28,500-square-foot space will open in September 2021
The companies have organized the manufacture of gowns, face shields, masks, air-purifying respirators for those masks, and ventilators
The 2020 North American International Auto Show — an economic feast twice denied
Traveling like a local will surely lead you to fun destinations — and equally interesting stories to tell
In Novi, trained listeners leave no footprints while helping to develop car audio systems. They’re extending Detroit’s tradition of using scientific means to improve sound quality.
With car emissions being a major contribution to global warming, electric cars may be the solution, according to various automakers. At this year’s auto show, Cadillac, Tesla and Guangzhou Automobile Group have manufactured vehicles that carry currents, rather than fuel.
These parties are worthy of leaving the Cobo Center a few minutes early
Wow, man, what a rush! It was good enough reason to pass around another joint. Inhale more of the cannabis that made us so alert, perceptive, and no doubt sharpened the reflexes of our driver, Kevin. That is, unless the glowing ember fell off the joint’s end.
With harsh, mid-winter Michigan weather conditions upon us and the annual North American International Auto Show getting underway, it’s a time of year when auto-related matters are top of mind for residents of the Motor City.
When the Big Three automakers road test concept vehicles, the camouflage they use keeps auto enthusiasts, media outlets, and competitors from getting a sneak peek at New models.
Like a first kiss, our first car is an indelible — and usually fond — memory. We asked 14 metro Detroiters to recall the wheels (clunkers included) that set them in motion.
Forget light rail: The answer to Detroit's commuter woes may be as simple as hopping on a comfy new luxury bus.