In the race to autonomy, Waymo is refining its self-driving technology in preparation of near-future real-world applications.
The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show was packed with pickups, SUVs and crossover debuts that all represent a changing market that screams bigger is better. Here are Trucks.com's top picks.
Lexus is adapting to the needs of its customers by adding a three-row RX crossover and two-row LX to its luxury utility vehicle offerings.
Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled its rugged new FT-AC Concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday.
Subaru debuted its all-new 2019 Ascent, a large SUV that holds up to eight passengers and is loaded with safety technology to protect precious cargo.
Lincoln is updating its new 2019 MKC compact crossover with a chrome mesh grille, new safety technology and more connectivity.
The California Air Resource Board’s new 380,000-square-foot headquarters in Riverside will feature a dedicated testing area for heavy- and medium-duty vehicles that run on diesel fuel.
Truck manufacturers are enhancing truck interiors to help motor carriers attract and retain drivers.
International Truck lifted the veil on the all-new HV Series work truck at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show.