Technology/R&D: Latest news and analysis articles
At 2,350kg, it's easily the weightiest variant of the newly facelifted range. Somehow, though, the PHEV Cayenne is Porsche's most officially...
Although there can be no doubt that tomorrow's drivers will be better informed, there remains some concern about information over-load. Matt...
The new Fabia five-door hatchback, on sale this month in Britain, is shorter but roomier and weighs an average 65kg less, boasts the largest...
With 32,369 units sold, American Honda's CR-V was the market's best selling SUV in December. Another upset: the Toyota Camry was toppled as...
Business trends can change quickly in developing markets, such as India, reflecting the pace of change in society. Matthew Beecham spoke to Mike Savage, chief engineer at Drive System Design about how the transmissions market in India is undergoing a period of radical change.
Continuing just-auto's series of interviews with global tyre manufacturers, Matthew Beecham spoke to Peter Becker, Executive Managing Director, Kumho Tire Co Inc about trends in tyre development, modelling, labelling and run-flats.
The media preview days of the 2015 Geneva motor show are Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 March. Here follows the latest list of vehicle and concept world premieres.
Toyota is testing new technology it said could make hybrids and other vehicles with electric powertrains more efficient.
Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America plans to expand its powertrain R&D operations in Ann Arbor with the addition of 45,000 sq ft of space.
South Korea's presidential office has said that South Korea is planning a new hub for automotive start-ups in the south-west of the country, with the assistance of Hyundai Motor.
Bosch, BMW Group, and Vattenfal are to work together on a project to recycle used electric vehicle batteries for energy storage use that it is claimed can help to keep the power grid stable.
Continental Intelligent Transportation Systems has announced that effective January, Satish Khatu, former IBM general manager, global industrial sector, Helmut Matschi, member of the Continental executive board and head of the interior division, and Samir Salman, CEO NAFTA Continental automotive divisions, will be appointed as members of its new advisory board.
There's a useful reminder in a recent study of the two sides of the coin that come with 'zero-emission vehicles'.
We all remember that video of the outgoing XC90 being rolled SEVEN times and no crushing of the roof. To me, it's been the gold standard of safe cars ever since.
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