On Saturday, a group of German and French students who call themselves the Pilgreens arrived at the Paris Climate Conference, after completing a 20,000km journey in an electric Tuk Tuk.
As the first week of COP21 came to a close, Mayor of London, Boris Johnson MP, took advantage of Nissan’s zero emission shuttle service as he departed Paris.
The first 100% electrically powered Porsche is on its way.
US automaker Ford Motor Company has announced plans to invest large amounts of money into upgrading its Kentucky plant.
The very first production Bentley Bentayga has left the assembly line at Bentley’s iconic headquarters in Crewe, UK.
The nine "Best New" vehicle category winners have been announced by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) following on from its "intensive" annual 'TestFest' event.
Ferrari announced yesterday that it has entered into a €2.5bn syndicated loan facility with a group of ten bookrunner banks.
A new report has claimed that Takata Corporation allegedly ignored its US employees concerns about misleading testing reports on air bags which later became a safety risk due to their tendency to explode and potentially harm passengers.
Legendary custom car maker, George Barris, has been laid to rest during a funeral service in Los Angeles on November 28, that featured a fitting parade of custom made cars.
German manufacturer Bosch has shown off one of the world’s most efficient and specialised farming robots.