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Consumer electronics manufacturer Apple, and German automaker BMW are reportedly looking to collaborate on unspecified future projects.
Fiat Chrysler is set to pay a record $105m fine as a penalty for violating federal safety laws after mishandling a series of vehicle safety recalls.
Finnish software company Nokia has today announced a deal to sell its well-regarded ‘HERE’ mapping service to a consortium of German automakers.
Yes, it's fair to say the new Jaguar F-Type will more than likely spend most of its time being driven around city streets, backseats accommodating the offspring and boot housing the cocker spaniel, but in these glorious shots of the much anticipated British SUV, it certainly looks the part off the black stuff.
Japanese automaker Nissan has reached a final settlement in a long running class action regarding its Leaf electric vehicle.
The University of Michigan has shown a glimpse into the future of driving by opening the world’s first controlled environment to test how self-driving cars would operate on the roads of the future.
Honda is reportedly developing a mid-engined hybrid sports car to compete with the Porsche Cayman and Alfa Romeo 4C.
Luxury automaker Ferrari has revealed that thousands of its cars are being recalled due to safety concerns relating to their airbags.
Security experts have demonstrated how to perform a hack of a Jeep Cherokee, while it is in motion, exposing a security flaw allowing remote access and control of any Jeep, Chrysler, Ram or Dodge.
The advanced engineering company helping to bring the ‘LUTZ Pathfinder’ and ‘UK Autodrive’ projects to reality has welcomed the Government’s new commitment to driverless vehicles.