It seems as though no car manufacturer is safe from recall woes, even if it does mean they have to recall only a single car.
The LM3D Swim has been announced by Local Motors, the innovative US-based company behind the world’s first 3D printed drivable vehicle, the Strati.
Toyota Motor Corporation has announced a plan to establish a new research and development company to help boost research into artificial intelligence, robotics and big data to address society’s future mobility challenges.
Switzerland is set to become one of the first every countries with a functional autonomous bus system.
South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Company has this week announced plans to create a new car brand from its Genesis line of vehicles.
McLaren has begun production of the new Sports Series range of cars that are to be made in the company's Woking factory.
This year’s Tokyo Motor Show saw automakers focusing heavily on low-emissions offerings, with a shift towards hydrogen fuel cell technology and autonomous vehicle developments.
On Tuesday, 27 October, at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Nissan unveiled the IDS Concept, a vehicle it said embodies the company's vision of the future of autonomous driving and zero emission EVs.
British Motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph, has released a new generation of what it calls the 'most famous name and distinctive silhouette' in motorcycling: the Triumph Bonneville.
FUSO has successfully completed testing of its new battery-powered and locally emission-free Canter E-Cell truck at the Daimler Trucks Centre of Competence for Hybrid Technology.