Supplies of batteries and semi-conductors can put the brakes on ambitious developments.
Ford’s electric F-150 pickup won’t roll off assembly lines until early 2022, but the company has received thousands of preorders already for a vehicle aimed at the mass market, not eco-buyers.
The Morrison government could have backed Australia’s clean energy sector to create jobs and stimulate the post-pandemic economy. Instead, it’s sending the nation on a fool’s errand.
Indonesia’s car sales tax cut could damage the environment as more cars on the streets will increase carbon emissions.
Coronavirus has changed the way we travel.
E-scooters and e-bikes are coming to Britain’s streets, but it may be a bumpy ride.
Volkswagen’s new integration of online and offline sales offers insight into the future of the showroom experience.
If the UK government is serious about facilitating a technology shift, it must provide serious long-term policies to improve cost and range.
Car makers need access to the latest telecoms technology, but Nokia refuses to grant licenses because manufacturers won’t pay up. So the disputes begin…
One of the questions I’m asked most frequently is: how can you make sense of Tesla’s wild strategies?
Planes, trains and automobiles produced a step-change in the speed of travel – driverless and electric cars simply cannot deliver such radical improvements.
Those money-saving black boxes reveal a lot about the rules that govern our lives.
Globally, the car industry is struggling. But Brexit is pushing manufacturers out of the UK.
What Brexit means for future UK-Japan business.
For 30 years, it’s been the best-selling vehicle in the US.
Uber, Tesla and Waymo (Google) are leapfrogging traditional car makers like Ford, VW and General Motors when it comes to self-driving cars.
Nissan might have promised post-Brexit investment, but leaving the single market and customs union could change everything for the UK.
Bill Shorten is promising that a Labor government would set up a A$1 billion fund to assist ‘advanced manufacturing’.
Billions are being loaned against some fast depreciating assets. It could end in an almighty car crash.
Aston Martin has rarely been considered an eco-friendly brand, but it has announced an electric car of considerable heft.