Tesla boss Elon Musk has doubled down on his company’s pursuit of self-driving technology, promising a fleet of robot taxis will hit the road by the end of 2020.
Just in time for the one week of sunshine the UK gets, Aston Martin has revealed a drop-top version of its latest flagship machine.
Volkswagen has debuted a new addition to its ‘Engineered To Go’ range – a 16-seater wheelchair-accessible minibus.
Skoda has added a selection of new bicycles to its range of bikes, bringing its current line-up to an impressive 16 models.
If a car is involved in an accident, an insurer may deem it to be a ‘write off’. However, this term has several different elements to it – and they can be confusing at times.
Campaigners are calling for traffic light redesigns to give elderly pedestrians more time to cross roads.
Elon Musk is no stranger to some weird Twitter ramblings, but now the Tesla founder has admitted his own posts are ‘complete nonsense’.
Toyota has bolstered its line-up of commercial vehicles with this — the Proace City.
What is it? When it comes to SUVs, Jaguar doesn’t exactly have much heritage – it’s built three, all in the last three years. The F-Pace, though (the largest of the bunch) has proven to be a hit, and it seems sister company Land Rover’s expertise in building high-riding 4x4s has rubbed off.
Tesla expects to have full self-driving cars in which humans will not have to touch the steering wheel by around the second quarter of next year.