Ever wonder how your car still runs in scorching summer heat when you can barely even move? It can because companies like Ford torture their vehicles in the Arizona desert to make sure they can put up with whatever you -- or Mother Nature -- throws at them.
CNNMoney's Peter Valdes-Dapena test drives a pair of big money convertibles: the new Ferrari California T and a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé. Because if you can afford one luxury car, you can probably afford two.
Toyota Chief Technology Officer Ned Curic tells CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about the Toyota Mirai, a car the company says runs on hydrogen powered fuel cells.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested seven mid-sized SUVs in small overlap front crashes.
Virgin Group Founder Richard Branson talks to CNN's Rachel Crane about Virgin Racing's aspirations for the future of electric cars.
CNNMoney's Peter Valdes-Dapena drives a car that Hertz manufactured in the early 1900s.
For the first time in 18 years, Japanese automaker Nissan will have an ad during the Super Bowl.
The Tesla Model S P85D's insane mode is, well, insane, causing strong reactions from passengers.
Poppy Harlow talks to Ford CEO Mark Fields about the safety of customers' data in the age of autonomous cars.