motor vehicles

Fiat Chrysler, Peugeot agree to merge

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot owner PSA Group have signed a binding merger agreement, solidifying a nearly $50 billion deal that will create the world's third largest automaker.

Atlanta attorney missing since Dec. 6

An attorney was reported missing in Atlanta earlier this week was injured in a car wreck and died at a local hospital, the South Fulton Police Department said Friday in a press release.

GM and LG to build $2.3B battery plant in Ohio

General Motors and LG Chem announced plans for a $2.3 billion factory to build batteries for electric cars. The factory will be near the site of GM's closed Lordstown assembly plant in Ohio.

Nintendo Switch heading to China

Nintendo is teaming up with Tencent to launch its popular Switch console in China, but it may have a tough time winning over gamers more used to playing on their mobiles.

Jaguar's sporty F-Type gets sleek new look

Jaguar unveiled a new look for the company's sportiest model, the two-seat F-Type sports car, on Monday. The changes are subtle, but make the car look sleeker and smoother than before.

Swiveling seats, sound 'bubbles': Car interiors reimagined

Ever since cars first hit the road, the basic interior layout has remained the same, with everything built around the driver: a driver's seat, driver's steering wheel and driver-controlled power and brake mechanisms. But that's only until autonomous vehicle technology completely eliminates the need for a driver. Cars can now be designed for a new generation of driverless vehicle transportation.

Aston Martin unveils $190,000 SUV

Aston Martin unveiled its first SUV Tuesday in Los Angeles and at a simultaneous event in Beijing. The British sports car company joins a long list of brands, including Lamborghini, Bentley and Rolls-Royce, for which an SUV would have once been unthinkable, but is now a reality.