Category: Automotive

Fisker boasts 400-mile range for his new EV

Henrik Fisker tweeted this photo of the EMotion, which is to go debut Aug. 17 during Monterey Car Week. The Fisker EMotion electric vehicle will boast a 400-mile range and a nine-minute charging time, with autonomous and connected capabilities, according to a tweet by its designer, Henrik Fisker. The EMotion is pegged as a rival

3 automakers add to mobility ventures

The push by automakers into new mobility ventures gathered fresh momentum last week. German luxury rivals BMW and Daimler have each made new investments in transportation companies, and Ford Motor Co. has opened a smart mobility office in the U.K. BMW’s i Ventures, formed in 2011 to invest in startups and high-growth future mobility companies,

Empowering women to thrive in the industry

More than 600 business leaders will gather for the second annual Automotive News Leading Women Conference at The Henry in Dearborn, Mich., on Nov. 2. Attendees will learn the power of having a strategic network from Continental, the supplier that launched a network to help young female talent start on the right path and assist

BMW 6-series GT bows this fall

BMW’s 6-series Gran Turismo will 
be offered in the U.S. as 
a 640i xDrive model starting at $70,695, including shipping. The car will have
a 3.0-liter, inline-six that makes 335 hp. With five doors and a greenhouse styled like a coupe, BMW’s new 6-series Gran Turismo will debut this fall just months after the 5-series Gran

2017 Honda Civic Type R

With no true sports car in the Honda lineup — and the NSX being sold under the Acura banner — Honda and its U.S. customers have been craving a high-profile, enthusiast-oriented car like the Civic Type R for years. Picking up where the Civic Si leaves off, the new Type R carries over many of