A 200mph electric supercar - dubbed a "British engineering tour de force" - is to be developed and built by new company, Dendrobium Automotive.
A new report has revealed that autonomous car development company, Waymo will own up to 60% of the global self-driving taxi market by 2030, which could force many of the world’s carmakers to adopt its technology.
Siemens UK is to make a £27m investment in a new, cutting-edge manufacturing facility for Worcester-based Materials Solutions Ltd, its additive manufacturing specialist.
Goodyear has unveiled a new concept tyre which integrates living moss, can connect to the Internet of Things, and uses the energy generated during photosynthesis to power its electronics.
Japanese automaker Toyota has announced the development of new motors for electric vehicles which use less rare earth minerals in their construction.
A thin-film liquid-crystal heads-up display has been developed by one of the world’s largest automotive technology, systems and components suppliers, DENSO.
McLaren Automotive has revealed its new track-focused road car, the McLaren Senna – which has been described as "legalised for road use, but not sanitised to suit it".
There is a lot going in the in the car industry at the moment – and it’s all exciting.
The elite of the UK manufacturing community gathered last night (16 November) to celebrate The Manufacturer MX Awards 2017.
US automotive manufacturer Tesla has suffered its worst-ever quarterly loss as the company struggles to increase vehicle production rates.