Huawei bets on 5G for driverless cars

Driverless car

Group allocating $600m in R&D for fifth generation mobile networks

GM struggles with Latin American slowdown

One of the world’s fastest growing car markets is cutting costs

VW lifts five-year investment to €85.6bn

More than half of spending on plants will be in Germany

Chinese SUV sparks JLR claims of copycat

Landwind’s X7 bears resemblance to Jaguar Land Rover’s Evoque

BMW i8

Commentary: Sleek hybrids are likely to be the future of motoring – at least for now

The latest fleet of electric cars give supercars a run for their money

a BMW simulation of a heads-up screen at work

Heads up on augmented reality displays

Windscreens take on a life of their own and could increase people’s faith in driverless cars

The Ryden dual carbon battery

Strong relationships and solid records boost Asian battery manufacturers

It can take years of testing before automakers are comfortable with new products

Jinyao Desandies (right) and Dandre Desandies (left) plug the Tesla Supercharger into their Tesla Model S sedan outside of the Tesla Factory on August 16, 2013 in Fremont, California
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Hydrogen and electric vehicles battle for supremacy

Lack of recharging points poses threat

Cars pass along an elevated road in Shanghai May 10, 2010
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Automakers spy hazards ahead

Technological and regulatory demands force manufacturers to invest as vehicle sales face difficult times

Carmakers blame Takata in airbag crisis

Chrysler and Honda tell Senate hearing supplier caused recall delays

KPMG laps up McLaren’s F1-style analytics

Racing team tie-up to apply technology to world of auditing

Chaebol-led growth model hits limits

Big manufacturing-driven conglomerates lose ground to Chinese competitors

Japan: Mirai, Mirai on the wall

As Abe gears up for a snap election, the test is for buyers to get growth for their money

Daimler targets China for Maybach revival

Mothballed luxury car brand to be relaunched in world’s largest automotive market

Takata airbag recall widened to whole US

Demand by safety agency deepens problems for Japanese manufacturer

JLR app joins battle for the dashboard

In-car technology recognises voice requests for navigation

Hydrogen cars lack fuelling stations

Worldwide, there are just 70 stations open to the public

Toyota bets on hydrogen technology

The Mirai, meaning ‘future’, to be released in December

Carmakers fuelled by European sales

Region reports 14th month of increase in registrations

F1 boss accused of presiding over cartel

Force India, Sauber and Lotus say $835m prize share out is unfair


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