Lambo's Next Act: Targeting Women and Families

Forget what you know about raging bulls. Lamborghini wants to show you a softer side of Italian supercars, reports Automotive News. The company’s CEO, Stefano Domenicali, who moved to the company's top spot in March, has been calling for a change in tone at the Volkswagen Group-owned house.

Which Drivers Are Most Likely to Buy Self-Driving Cars?

USA Today reports that when it comes to the day you can buy a self-driving car, count current owners of two luxury brands, Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti, as likely to be among the first to sign on the dotted line, a new survey finds.

The Most Expensive Cars Built in America

Remember when Chevy introduced the last Corvette ZR1 back in 2008? It carried a sticker price in excess of $100,000, and people balked at the idea of an American car with a six-figure sticker price. Fast forward eight years till today and it's not uncommon anymore to see new cars made right here in America nudging up against or even exceeding the six-figure mark, reports Autoblog.

Record Car Leasing Could Rise Even Higher​

Consumers are leasing nearly one of every three new cars manufactured in the U.S. — record levels that are keeping industry sales at all-time highs. Leasing accounted for more than 31 percent of new car transactions in the first half of 2016, according to the latest available data from Experian Automotive.