Dyson confirms electric car will be launched by 2020


James Dyson has ended growing speculation after confirming that he intends to launch an electric car.
Opinion: If Uber is worth what the investors claim, I’ll eat my brake pads

Uber licence not renewed in London


Ride-hailing firm Uber is "not fit and proper" to be a private hire operator, according to Transport for London (TfL)...
Sterling fuels rising car exports and production

Weak sterling boosts car exports and production


Overseas demand helped to lift British car production to its best February in 17 years.
New Chinese vehicle plant for Midlands signals dawn of electric black cab

Electric cabs on horizon as Midlands plant opens


Britain is to get two new vehicle plants in one. Geely of China has said its new factory in the Midlands will assemble hybrid black cabs and ...
Electric taxi factory expands into vans

Electric taxi factory expands into vans


Geely, the Chinese car maker, has revealed plans to launch Britain’s first dedicated electric van manufacturing plant in the factory it built...
New microprocessor steers British company towards driverless cars

New chip steers company towards driverless cars


Britain’s biggest tech company has unveiled a new microprocessor targeted at emerging technologies, including driverless cars.
Fallout from hard Brexit could drive up cost of cars by £2,300

Brexit could drive up cost of cars by £2,300


More than £2,300 could be added to the price of an average car under a “hard Brexit”, according to research.
Toyota’s £240m show of faith in Derby production plant

Toyota’s £240m show of faith in Derbyshire


Toyota is investing £240m to upgrade a plant in Derbyshire in a sign of commitment to the UK post Brexit
Intel makes $15bn move to clear way for driverless cars

Intel spends $15bn on 'eyes' for driverless cars


Intel is to buy an Israeli maker of self-driving car technology for $15.3bn (£12.6bn), a record deal for the emerging autonomous vehicle indust
Vauxhall pensions to be cut by French owner PSA

Vauxhall pensions to be cut by French owner PSA


Vauxhall workers are likely to take a significant cut to their pensions before any decision about the long-term future of their jobs after the sa
Uber’s fake

Uber’s fake app foils undercover regulators


The taxi-hailing company Uber has been caught using software to fool authorities that have been trying to curtail its service around the world...
Uber boss's back seat tirade is latest in string of setbacks for taxi hailing firm

Uber boss's back seat tirade is latest setback


Travis Kalanick, the chief executive of Uber, took what may have been the most expensive taxi ride of his life last month when he shouted...
Spring Budget 2017: what motorists need to know

Budget 2017: what motorists need to know


Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond announced his 2017 budget this afternoon. As always, there are important consequences for drivers.