Some considerable damage has been done to the Ford brand as a result of the Kuga fires but Ford South Africa can still make amends.
Recycling, rental, durability: How three strategies from the "circular economy" can help automobile manufacturers reduce waste and improve profitability, all while helping preserve the environment
Australia's plan to bring fuel efficiency standards up to par with the US and Europe could see us say goodbye to regular unleaded, and hello to a useful way of cutting our rising greenhouse emissions.
The collapse of the car manufacturing industry will require more investment in R&D and technological innovation to ensure Australia doesn't fall behind.
University of Sydney conservation scientist Rick Shine has won a top science honour, for work that uses evolutionary theory to try and keep cane toads from killing Australia's native wildlife.
Australia's lax attitudes to vehicle emissions has been overlooked in Ford's exit.
Many people thought U.S. gasoline consumption had already peaked. They were wrong. What happened?
There is a way to improve safety across a rapidly evolving range of advanced mobility technologies and vehicles. The answer is connectivity.
Reactive seats and head restraints would help cut down on head and neck injuries in rear-end shunts.
A new move away from petrol power could drive the global economy further than ever before.
Tesla are taking bold steps to make their production as eco-friendly as possible – but it's not as simple as they hope.
The Vision Next 100 concept car promises 22nd century luxury but is more likely to become an amusing curiosity – just like its predecessors.
The scandal that rocked the automotive industry is far from over.
Elon Musk hasn't made a cheap electric car, but one that's attractive enough to create a mass market.
Will the Rasa be a clean slate for the advancement of fuel cell cars?
Will China end up eating the lunch of the current crop of global car manufacturers?
Cooperation between regulators and the car industry has led to a huge reduction in dangerous emissions – and we can expect further progress.
The impact of Volkswagen's deceit will spread far beyond its German headquarters. Customers and suppliers will face losses just as steep or steeper.
The market reaction to the VW emissions scandal is just like that of a jilted lover.
The sensational confessions of the car-manufacturing giant have sent shockwaves through the industry and have wider implications for the whole corporate sector.