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Are hydrogen-powered cars a better option than electric vehicles?
While Europe is squarely focused on electric cars, Asia is betting big on hydrogen to power our cars in the future. Which approach is better?
BMW controversy: Are subscription extras the future of cars?
Car buyers will increasingly be faced with subscription models for things like heated seats and driving assistance technologies.
Toyota recalls electric SUVs because their wheels may come off
It poses a headache for Toyota, which launched the bZ4X model as part of an ambitious plan to boost its electric lineup.
The classic Buick is shifting gears to become an EV
Buick said it will release its first EV for the North American Market in 2024 and by the end of 2030, will only sell EVs.
Self-driving trucks navigate maze of China vases
Swedish freight technology company Einride has demonstrated the precision of its self-driving electric trucks by having a pair of them navigate a maze of China vases.
EU-wide ban on new fossil fuel cars to kick in from 2035
By speeding the shift to zero-emission electric vehicles, the EU aims to tackle the quarter of EU emissions that come from transport.
Volkswagen has 'sold out' of electric cars for this year
Anyone ordering an EV from VW, Audi, Porsche or Škoda will have to wait until 2023 to get it, the carmaker said.
This solar-powered Tesla could be the future of electric cars
Elon Musk might be leading the electric car revolution, but this scientist is making his vehicles greener.
Watch: Russia-bound luxury cars get stuck in Belgium under sanctions
EU sanctions prohibit the exports of cars worth over €50,000, a measure meant to hit the Russian elite.
War in Ukraine could escalate already soaring car prices and shortages
Just as the car industry hoped to recover from COVID shutdowns and a computer chip shortage, the war in Ukraine is causing a set of new problems.
Tesla's first European ‘Gigafactory’ opens near Berlin
Tesla is currently Europe's second largest EV manufacturer, behind German carmaker Volkswagen.
Intel to build a new €17 billion chip manufacturing hub in Germany
The US chipmaker plans to invest over €80 billion in Europe in the next decade to ease a global shortage of semiconductors.
Second hand electric cars: One way to beat the petrol crisis?
With the fuel crisis again troubling UK motorists, a second-hand electric car could be the best way to get back on the road.
How Russia's invasion of Ukraine means more expensive EVs
The cost of EVs has long been cited as a reason why more people haven't yet switched from polluting petrol and diesel cars to electric.
Is this renewable biofuel worse for the climate than petrol?
President Joe Biden is reviewing policies on biofuels as part of a broader effort to decarbonise the US economy by 2050.
How do you get into your frozen Tesla? Whack it
The electric cars from California can freeze over in low temperatures, leaving drivers locked out. Luckily, the solution is surprisingly simple.
800 lives saved in Europe by drop in lockdown pollution, says study
There was a significant drop in pollution in cities like Paris, Milan and Barcelona.
Hyundai, Kia expect auto sales jump in 2022 amid chip shortage
The companies sold 6.67 million vehicles in 2021, about 3.7 per cent less than their combined target, largely due to supply problems including the chip shortage.
People with disabilities can drive this car using just their hands
Mazda is releasing a new driving system in one of their latest SUVs that will allow people with lower-body disabilities to drive solely with their hands.
To unlock the new economy, Central Europe needs coordination | View
On the other side of COVID-19, Central Europe's sluggish economies need to diversify, work together and make room for innovation to thrive, says public sector advisor Soňa Muzikárová