The latest news on cars
Chu champions greater adoption of electric vehicles at the Washington Auto Show.
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TOKYO (AP) — Toyota is recalling 907,000 vehicles, mostly Corolla models, around the world for faulty air bags and another 385,000 Lexus IS luxury cars for defective wipers.
TOKYO (AP) — Now it's official: Toyota is once again the world's top automaker.
Fiat and Mazda have signed a final agreement to jointly produce convertible two-seater Alfa Romeo and Mazda sports cars.
Manufacturers are experimenting with new materials to meet more stringent government benchmarks.
The automaker kicks off a must-win year by unveiling a racy new version of the classic sports car.
More construction, rising home prices, and low interest rates all bode well for auto sales.
More cars are able to detect when a driver might be nodding off.
At least one part of the economy is enjoying a strong resurgence.