Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn arrested, set to be fired for “serious misconduct”


Nissan is expected to fire its chairman Carlos Ghosn, after an internal investigation found the figure guilty of "serious misconduct".
Self-steering systems to shut down after one minute if drivers take hands off the wheel

This brand was voted top for self-driving safety


As all the industry gears up for a potential autonomous revolution, it appears one brand stands out for perceived safety.
Uber’s future in London is again in doubt after black cab drivers were granted a judicial review of the decision to award a new licence to the controversial taxi firm.

Black cab drivers stall Uber's licence renewal


Uber’s future in London is again in doubt after black cab drivers were granted a judicial review of the decision to award a new licence.

More DAB radio stations available for motorists


Drivers will now have access to more digital radio stations than ever, with a DAB expansion set to benefit up to 4m people.
Philip Hammond Budget 2018 information for car drivers: road tax, fuel duty, pothole repairs, electric cars

Budget 2018: Hammond outlines motoring plans


Chancellor Phillip Hammond has outlined his latest Budget and there is some good news for motorists.

Tesla makes £240m profit from Model 3 sales surge


Thanks to extremely strong Model 3 demand, the infamously cash-burning car maker Tesla has posted its largest-ever quarterly profit of £241m.
Flying cars set to be certified by European regulators

Flying cars could be approved to fly in EU


Flying cars could soon be certified in the European Union, if new "special condition" rules by the European aviation regulator are approved.
Zipcar boss says ‘petty arguments’ by councils are delaying electric car infrastructure

Zipcar: ‘Petty' arguments delaying charging points


The boss of Zipcar believes “petty" arguments within London authorities are delaying vital electric vehicle infrastructure.
Aston Martin rolls backwards on stock market debut

Aston Martin rolls backwards on stock market debut


Aston Martin failed to pull away on its debut in the London Stock Exchange yesterday, with shares slipping from £19 to £18.10 at the close.
Flying car makers Terrafugia and PAL-V open order books

Flying car makers open order books


Two flying car manufacturers are set to deliver their first sky-worthy customer vehicles next year.
Rapid switch to electric vehicles will lead to job losses, warns EU car industry

Rapid switch to EVs will put car industry at risk


Tougher CO2 targets to ensure a rapid shift to electric vehicles could put the European automotive sector at risk, says its trade body.
VW uses 'shockwave guns' to prevent hailstorms — and farmers are suing them for it

Farmers sue VW over hail-preventing shockwave guns


Volkswagen is in a dispute with Mexican farmers over the use of “hail cannons”, which are believed to be the cause of a drought.
Britain's drivers buying fewer UK-made cars

Britain's drivers buying fewer UK-made cars


Once upon a time many of Britain's drivers would choose a new car because it was built in the UK. Those days appear to be over. Production for th