Evidence has suggested that Volkswagen has been fitting its vehicles with emissions-test cheating devices. What could this mean for the automotive industry?
Autonomous vehicle technology is coming on in leaps and bounds, with the first driverless shuttle set to hit public roads in Europe.
More fuel efficient vehicles can save businesses money in the long term, but replacing a raft of cars, vans and trucks at once just isn’t cost effective.
A truly adaptable, transforming car could soon be a real prospect, thanks to innovative technology being developed by Mercedes-Benz.
Anyone who has towed a trailer will be well aware of the blind spots that are presented, but an innovation from Land Rover could be set to remove them.
Autonomous vehicles have been touted as the way of the future. So, what issues are stopping them from entering the mainstream?
In-vehicle entertainment systems are growing more encompassing and complex, but are drivers really using them when behind the wheel?
Long live the king: Can Toyota continue to dominate the world of hybrid vehicles with the release of the latest, more drivable and easy to use Prius?