A Dutch start-up has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first long-range solar car, which the company claims has a range of 450 miles (725km) on a single charge.
Nissan has unveiled a concept, zero-emission ice cream van for Clean Air Day as the firm looks for a solution to the issue of the amount of carbon emissions produced by vans currently in use.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that motorway tolls in Germany are illegal because they unfairly penalise drivers from other European Union countries.
Melbourne has been chosen as one of the latest testbeds for Uber’s helicopter-like flying ambitions which are due to set off with trials as soon as next year.
Fiat Chrysler has pulled out of an offer to merge with French car maker Renault, citing problems with France’s political climate.
Uber has posted one billion US dollars (£790m) in losses in its first financial report since its lacklustre debut on Wall Street, even as its revenue jumped 20% from a year earlier.
Renault is delaying a decision on whether to launch exclusive merger talks with Fiat Chrysler.
Car giant Ford is cutting about 7,000 white-collar jobs, about 10% of its global workforce.
Uber has begun trading as a public company at 42 US dollars (£32) per share, nearly 7% below its initial public offering price, on an already volatile day for the markets.
Artificial intelligence and camera software is being trialled to build a more detailed map of the UK’s road network.