Could individuals and businesses alike cut their fuel bill by leveraging innovative stop-start tech, and boost efficiency when sitting in traffic?
The EV revolution is still in its early stages, but the competitiveness between companies that offer battery-powered cars, vans and trucks is ramping up.
Limiting emissions is a top priority for the New Zealand government, but what can fleet managers do across their operations?
Could the vehicle purchasing experience of the future be centred on convenience above else, and even involve giant vending machines?
Augmented reality technology is yet to be fully explored by the automotive sector at large, but could that soon be set to change?
New Zealand’s vehicle sales have broken another record, with more drivers getting their hands on new sets of wheels in October than ever before.
Pricing fluctuations in the fuel market are relatively common, but are there any overarching factors that dictate the changes alongside economic trends?
Hydrogen-powered vehicles have yet to fully take off, but Honda is hoping to change that as the Japanese marque sends its ‘Clarity’ into production.
Mitsubishi is developing a projected indication system that is likely to reduce the amount of accidents at night, as well as those that occur in condensed traffic.