Wall Street's favored child of the year has finally hit some rough terrain. Third-quarter earnings were meek, causing stocks to tumble 20.9 percent on Tuesday in after hours trading.
Last week was a whirlwind of news, back-room benchmarking, and hands-on experience with technology that'll become more familiar in 2013. Check out some of the driver safety and infotainment features sure to become popular in the automotive space.
General Motors has unveiled the production version of the Cadillac ELR, which is based on the platform of the Chevrolet Cruze and Chevrolet Volt, but comes in a more luxurious, sexier and presumably much more expensive package.
Cadillac has one of the fanciest car entertainment system on the market today. It's called CUE, short for Cadillac User Experience, and there is a good reason why you may want to pass on this system.
Buick is exploring its sport edge: Following the Regal T and GS, there is now the Verano T, which packs 250 hp and a 6-speed manual. Buick thinks it's an alternative to the fancy Acura ILX. Here's what we think.
Chevrolet's Spark minicar may not have been showered with positive reviews so far, and it may not exactly create the kind of enthusiasm it needs to succeed.
Texas Instruments said that Audi has selected its automotive infotainment processors for integration in its next-generation vehicle user interfaces.