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For $4 Million You Can Get The New, 1,800-HP Bugatti Tourbillion

For $4 Million You Can Get The New, 1,800-HP Bugatti Tourbillion

With the EV market cooling, hybrids are the hot ticket – and even hypercar brand Bugatti is getting into the game. For just $4 million you can drive off with the new, 1,800-horsepower Bugatti Tourbillion, the first new product from the French automaker since it was taken over by Croatia’s Rimac.

Cyberattack Cripples Car Dealers Across U.S.

Cyberattack Cripples Car Dealers Across U.S.

As many as 15,000 auto dealers across the United States and Canada are largely unable to operate as a result of a series of cyberattacks on CDK, a major data provider that runs the software used for everything from negotiating sales to scheduling service. It’s unclear what’s behind the attack – or when CDK will be back up and running.

No CarPlay or Android Auto? No Sale, A Third of Car Buyers Say

No CarPlay or Android Auto? No Sale, A Third of Car Buyers Say

Today’s cars are designed to pair up with personal devices, such as smartphones, typically through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. But some automakers, notably General Motors, are dropping those features in favor of “native,” or built-in, systems. They do so at their own peril, according to a new survey showing a third of new vehicle buyers won’t buy such vehicles.

Fisker Files for Bankruptcy

Fisker Files for Bankruptcy

For the second time in less than a dozen years, entrepreneur Henrik Fisker’s effort at launching an automotive start-up has plunged into bankruptcy. Start-up Fisker Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection late Monday. While the one-time auto designer said the filing leaves a “viable path forward,” the options for saving the company appear increasingly sparse.

New Study Finds Tesla the “Most American-Made” Brand – But Foreign Marques Dominate

New Study Finds Tesla the “Most American-Made” Brand – But Foreign Marques Dominate

Tesla leads the list of the most “American-made” vehicles, with three of its product lines in the top 10, according to a new study. With one exception, the rest of that list was dominated by European and Japanese manufacturers.

Wiper Problems Force Tesla to Halt Cybertruck Deliveries

Wiper Problems Force Tesla to Halt Cybertruck Deliveries

Tesla’s Cybertruck has gotten off to a rocky start since it finally started deliveries last November, two years late. And now, a new problem with its huge windshield wipers has forced the automaker to put deliveries of the all-electric truck on hold until it can figure out a solution.

Volvo Recalling All EX30 EVs to Repair Software Glitch

Volvo Recalling All EX30 EVs to Repair Software Glitch

Volvo is recalling nearly 72,000 EX30 SUVs because of a software problem that can glitch the EV’s speedometer. It’s the second software problem that has plagued the new battery-electric vehicle. But motorists may not even know there’s a problem unless they read the mandatory recall notice sent under federal guidelines.

First Drive: 2025 Toyota Crown Signia – Wagon, SUV or Something Entirely New?

First Drive: 2025 Toyota Crown Signia – Wagon, SUV or Something Entirely New?

Station wagon or SUV? The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia is a bit of both. Offered only in hybrid, all-wheel-drive form, it’s the second model to wear the Crown badge as part of a new Toyota sub-brand. The Signia is just rolling into U.S. showrooms and Headlight.News offers this first drive review.

Shift to Plug-in Hybrids and Range-Extenders Accelerates

Shift to Plug-in Hybrids and Range-Extenders Accelerates

While growth in the battery-electric vehicle segment has slowed sharply this year, sales are rising fast for hybrids – and automakers like Toyota, General Motors, Hyundai Motor Group and others are forecasting demand could grow at a near exponential rate for plug-in hybrids and range-extenders – driven in part by revised federal emissions standards.