The future of advanced brake technology may be decided on a frozen lake in north Sweden.
GM has just unveiled its new Teen Driving safety system for the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu.
Michigan Senator Gary Peters has introduced a bill promoting the use of Vehicle-to-Infrastructure technology.
Two new technologies might help prevent drunk driving.
An automaker/government partnership is experimenting with dual-fuel engines to help create more efficient vehicles.
Federal regulators have been pushing to make cutting edge, crash prevention technology a standard feature instead of a premium-costing add-on.
A recently discovered issue with the antilock brake system (ABS) of Nissan’s 2015 Murano crossover has prompted a recall of a little over 10,000 cars.
Nissan’s CEO says automatic braking is an early step toward self-driving vehicles.
An ABS software glitch can potentially lead to a serious loss of stability in the affected vehicles.
The two companies will invest a total of $37 million in their expansion plans.