Volvo Cars has made investments in two promising Israeli technology start-ups through the Volvo Cars Tech Fund, the company’s venture capital investment arm.
BMW is set to name Oliver Zipse as its new chief executive, picking the manufacturing expert to help the German automaker make the shift to electric and self-driving cars.
Ford has been out driving some of the best roads for its Europe’s Greatest Driving Roads video series.
Online army of fanboy bloggers are incensed by Bob Lutz comments that company’s fate is sealed and the Model X is ugly.
An investigation by the Financial Times reveals that cobalt mining in the Congo is anarchic and increasingly uses child labour.
French IT services group Capgemini has announced a three-year deal with Volvo to digitally transform its operating model and modernise its IT landscape.
The Unimog has been in production by Mercedes-Benz since the 1950s. It has just been voted the off-roader of the year by OffRoad in the Special Vehicles category for the fifteenth time in a row.
Jochen Sengpiehl, VW brand head of marketing, acknowledges Tesla’s lead but insists that VW will be there for the next generation of EV adopters.
The Porsche Triple Demo Run kicks off with the first official demo laps on the handling track at the Porsche Experience Centre (PEC) in Shanghai.
Roadster, cabriolet or drop top. Whatever you want to call them, there’s a great choice of cars to buy that will guarantee summer thrills.
With 3 of the list’s top 5 spots being occupied by one Japanese manufacturer, it makes you wonder what everyone else is thinking.
That’s right, despite the fact that the roads are full of SUVs, crossovers, mini SUVs and fake SUVs, Nissan has commissioned a poll that says millenials love sedans.
Life is too short to not own a fun car. Anyone who has ever told you otherwise is most likely either a boring person or someone who has never driven a sports car.
Auto retail data group publishes 2019 report on the state of the UK car retail market. Electrification, consolidation and changes in ownership models are having a real effect. Full download and video available.
The architect of the Renault-Nissan Alliance did a somewhat better job of managing the power games between France and Japan than his successors.
For decades, the BMW 3 Series was the epitome of the luxury sport sedan. Its great handling, punchy power, and dynamic ride made it the leader of its class. “Ultimate Driving Machine” was more uncontested truth than mere advertising slogan.
But the Bavarian brand took a left turn with the previous generation, which lacked the emotion and precision that so defined the 3 Series of yore.
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A passing dove blocked his face at the precise moment speed camera took the picture. The driver of a Renault Twingo doing 54kph (33mph)in a …
Munich’s finest have always been famous for their driver oriented dashboard designs. Now the famous curved dash will appear in a new guise in the …