Autonomous driving technology is advancing at a rapid pace with one in four new cars globally expected to feature at least level three autonomy by 2030.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and BMW have announced that they are embarking on a partnership to help them develop the next-generation of electric vehicles (EVs).
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has proposed a €32.6 billion (£28.3bn) all-share merger with Renault to forge a new alliance that could save the Italian carmaker “in excess of €5 billion”.
In March 2019 the Tesla Model 3 – the mid-sized all-electric saloon, with over 250 miles of range, and available from under £400 per month – outsold all alternatives across Europe.
A new study from Capegemini Research Institute has advised dealers on the sale of autonomous vehicles, and suggested that removing the fear will increase customer interest.
Autonomous vehicles could begin trials on UK roads before the end of 2019 after the Government announced that a process is being developed to support the process.
Car buyers in the US believe that 80% of the vehicles travelling on their roads will be electric (EVs) as soon as 2025, a survey published by Assurant has revealed.
Motorists aged between 18 and 36 are “most likely” to buy an autonomous car, but cannot correctly define what autonomous means, according to research.
The ASA has banned a Volkswagen television advert after it ruled that it encouraged irresponsible driving by exaggerating the benefits of a vehicle’s safety features.
Legislation must prevent car manufacturers from monopolising access to connected car data in a bid to protect the ‘livelihood of the aftermarket’, says IAAF chief executive Wendy Williamson.
Volvo has announced a new ambition to become a leading player in the global automotive business by the middle of the next decade.
Bodyshops may face a challenging long-term future as the European Commission proposes road safety measures, including mandating autonomous emergency braking.
Nissan has outlined its target to sell one million electrified vehicles annually by 2022.
Every sector of retail is feeling the pressure as technology transforms how we buy and car dealerships find themselves in the thick of this period of change.
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