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With automation on the rise, we consider the complicated potential impact on the environment.
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train
It might seem futuristic but it's true. The multinational taxi service is set to launch 100% electric flying cars.
Tunisian motor company WallysCar was set up by two brothers who had no prior experience in mechanical engineering.
In a public hearing at the World Trade Organization, the European Union has launched a case against the United States over metal tariffs imposed in 2018. It is the first of a series of cases brought to the Geneva-based trade body by countries hit by those measures.
Japanese car designer set to achieve greener goal 3 years early.
Hundreds of climate protesters blocked the main entrance of Frankfurt's IAA car show on Sunday.
A stark warning from climate groups including Greenpeace - SUVs should be banned as part of a wider campaign to curb pollution by the auto industry.
The former head of Volkswagen who expanded the company significantly died at the age of 82.
Classic cars meet electric engines in the new retro-electric trend sweeping the automotive industry.
The city of Kutaisi in Georgia hopes to put itself at the forefront of global automobile production with the opening of an electric car factory that plans to produce 40,000 vehicles a year.
Volvo is recalling up to half a million vehicles due to safety concerns linked to a manufacturer failure.
Georgia's second largest city, Kutaisi, will soon launch a factory for electric cars.
"As a representative of our company, I would like to deeply apologize to our shareholders for the financial misconduct and the serious wrongdoing by our former executives last year."
Major car manufacturers say the US president’s planned rollback on Obama-era rules will damage the industry.
Fiat Chrysler is withdrawing its 31.2 billion euro merger offer for Renault, abandoning a deal that would have created the world's third biggest carmaker