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US safety regulators want detailed information from electric car maker Tesla about the design, operation and testing of its Autopilot technology following a fatal crash in May.
Japan's Takata is going to recall and fix between 35 and 40 million additional airbag inflators in the United States.
Managers have now admitted they have been using an improper fuel-efficiency testing method since 1991.
US auto safety authorities have asked Mitsubishi for more information after it admitted falsifying mileage data for 635,000 cars sold in Japan.
Electric vehicles are a reality, and scientists are now looking ahead. They are exploring new frontiers to make them safer, more reliable, more
By April 2018 all new car models sold in the EU will have to be equipped with an eCall – an automatic emergency call system. Slovenia is the first
Italian luxury car maker Maserati is recalling nearly 21,000 vehicles in China because of concerns the driver's side floor mat could cause the accelerator pedal to get stuck down.
Four people were killed and more than 40 injured on Saturday after a car with a suspected drink driver at the wheel ploughed into past and present
A long and difficult investigation lies ahead after France’s deadliest road crash in more than 30 years. At least 43 people were killed and four
Countries must introduce tougher laws to prevent drivers from speeding or drinking, says the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO released its
Selfing-driving, intelligent cars, once a staple of science fiction, are now a technological reality, albeit in prototype form. Futuris went to