Electric cars will pick up critical momentum in 2017, many in the auto industry believe – just not in North America.
Japanese carmaker Nissan said it will conduct its first European real-world trials of self-driving cars in London, choosing Britain just months after it said it would build two new models in the country.
With Metro Manila’s traffic jams as a daily occurrence, the risk of getting into a heated argument with another motorist is higher.
Volkswagen AG said on Tuesday it had a “concrete draft” agreement to pay an additional $4.3 billion in fines and plead guilty to criminal charges to end the emissions-cheating scandal known as “dieselgate”.
The car of the future doesn’t just want to drive you. It wants to know you.
Toyota unveils a new concept car featuring digital displays and an artificial intelligence system at CES 2017, while Sony wows visitors with a dazzling OLED TV that uses innovative ‘acoustic surface’ technology.
BMW customers will be able to view the luxury carmaker’s hybrid and electric BMWi cars with augmented reality technology in a world first for car dealerships.
Electric vehicle start-up Faraday Future showed off in Las Vegas a prototype of a vehicle set for production next year as the China-backed company strives to win credibility in the crowded sector and weather its funding challenges.
Fiat-Chrysler unveiled a concept car designed for Millennials: an electric-powered minivan with modular components that can be adapted for autonomous driving.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is eyeing to designate special lanes along EDSA and other major thoroughfares for fire trucks and other emergency vehicles by the first quarter of 2017.