A relatively unknown Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup has managed to surprise the automotive world with an enormous initial investment round.
US automaker Ford Motor Company announced yesterday that it plans to bring its first autonomous car to the market in 2021.
Audi, together with Volkswagen Automatic Transmission Tianjin (VWATJ), is expanding its activities in China with the European marque inaugurating a new transmission plant on Monday.
The Manufacturer has revealed the shortlisted companies for this year’s prestigious TMMX Awards.
Luxury car manufacturer Porsche is building up its workforce to work on a new electric vehicle project.
Apparently there is such a thing as too many computers. That might not come as a surprise to those witnessing the the faltering social skills of millennials addicted to Facebook and Pokemon Go. However, leaving that to one side, in this instance what we're talking about is possibly even more concerning.
BorgWarner, a US-owned Fortune 500 company, has opened an office in Coventry to be closer to Jaguar Land Rover, its main customer in the UK.
UK supercar manufacturer BAC has become the first vehicle in the world to develop a car which utilises graphene.
Samsung is reportedly in advanced talks to buy Magneti Marelli, the auto components manufacturing arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
The first working prototype of a ‘straddling bus’ able to drive over traffic has been shown off to the public in China.