The race for driverless luxury is on.
BMW's CEO says the company won't have an advanced electric luxury sedan until 2021, years after its German rivals. Here's what we know about the upcoming electric BMW, and why it may take the company so long to get it to market.
Ford appears to be looking to the San Francisco company for help in transforming its software operations around the world.
Let's take a quick look at three major changes, both technological and functional, that the IoT will bring fairly soon for automakers.
Apple needs to learn how to work with automakers.
The leap from mobile to automobile is quite a distance.
Several key leaders of BMW's electric-car team have left for a Chinese startup. Has BMW lost -- or given up -- its chance to challenge Tesla Motors?
On paper, General Motors' Chevy Bolt is the most obvious rival to Tesla's Model 3. But the new baby Tesla should have three other automakers very, very worried. Here's why.
BMW announced a big future-tech push on March 16 -- along with plans to boost profitability in the near term by adding premium SUVs and sedan models.
The German luxury-car giant posted another strong year in 2015 as sales hit a new record despite slowing growth in key global markets.