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BMW Is Among the Automakers Under Fire for Ties to Forced Labor

Volkswagen and Jaguar Land Rover are also cited in the report

Ford Is Reckoning With EVs' Affordability Issues

Can the automaker lower the cost of its electric vehicles?

Can an Electric G-Wagen Match the Icon?

The only way to test the first electrified G-Class is to tackle inhospitable terrain, so our correspondent flew to the south of France to do just that

The McLaren 750S Resets the Supercar Benchmark

As rivals turn to all-wheel drive and hybrid power in the pursuit of straight-line supremacy, McLaren’s focus on sports car fundamentals is a refreshing break from the status quo

Chinese Automakers' Exports Are on the Rise This Year

The domestic market is a little more turbulent

The Timeless Appeal of My First-Gen Toyota 4Runner

Among a convoy of modern off-roaders at the Aether Rally, my 1988 SR5 did more than hold its own — it proved it's still the one to beat

Automakers Are Slowing Their Plans to Go Fully Electric

Both Cadillac and Bentley have made similar announcements recently

What Makes a Mustang a Mustang?

So much has changed since the debut of Ford’s iconic muscle car 60 years ago. Or has it?

What Is the Nation's Worst City for Drivers? Depends on How You're Counting.

A new study analyzed everything from traffic to gas prices

Toyota Bets Big on American-Built, Three-Row Electric SUVs

The automaker just announced a new $1.4 billion investment in its Princeton, Indiana facility

Bidirectional EV Charging May Give Automakers a Financial Boost

What happens when EVs send power back to the grid?

Tesla Announces a New Series of Price Cuts

The prices of the Model X, Y and S have dropped

Did Ford’s Mustang Mach-E Gamble Pay Off?

In 2019, the automaker scandalized gearheads by slapping the hallowed Mustang name on an electric SUV. Was it the right choice?