Japanese automakers like Toyota are known to produce some of the longest lasting cars in the world, but does the data support this claim?
Brand loyalty has declined for most luxury automakers, but three brands—Tesla, Maserati, and Genesis—appear to have bucked the trend.
U.S. car production has been in a long-term downward trend since the 1970s. We examine some of the factors driving this trend.
How much does Tesla spend on a per car basis on innovation and marketing, compared to more traditional automakers?