Electric car company Tesla is looking to open a new factory in Shanghai, according to reports by the Wall Street Journal.
To drive in central London, owners of older, more polluting vehicles will be charged £21.50, almost twice as much as other motorists, the capital city’s mayor Sadiq Khan announced this morning.
In France around €300m ($355m) is lost every year through locals failing to pay for parking, which is considered something of national sport — and one which the French are extremely good at.
For five long months, Alphabet’s self-driving unit Waymo and ride-sharing startup Uber have been battling it out in the courts over self-driving technology.
Today marks the deadline for Uber London to file its license appeal after Transport for London (TfL) revoked it last month.
Uber is officially no longer allowed to operate in London — and its chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi, is arriving in the city today to fight its case.
Monarch, the largest ever UK airline to collapse, has ceased trading after losing its licence to sell package holidays in the UK.
2017 has been a difficult year for ride-sharing startup Uber, and it’s not over yet.
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Back in the good old days, air travel was seen more as a luxury treat, rather than a necessity.
Engineering company Dyson, known for its vacuum cleaners and hairdryers, has announced that it is going to be developing electric cars.
London’s transport regulator, Transport for London (TfL), shocked the city’s residents last week when it refused to renew Uber’s operating license.
Uber will be forced to remove 10,000s of cars from London’s streets as Transport for London (TfL) has decided to not renew its five-year license today.
Ryanair, the biggest airline in Europe, has said hundreds of flights will be cancelled in the coming weeks affecting up to 400,000 passengers because it had “messed up” the planning of its pilots’ holidays.
Despite the huge success of the Tesla Model 3, the electric car company is set to put high-end cars to one side to focus on the heavy-duty truck market.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi outlined plans for his country’s first high-speed bullet train on Thursday during a visit from his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe.
Samsung Electronics has launched a new Samsung Automotive Innovation Fund, which will see $300m invested in self-driving technology.
Ride-sharing companies are booming in the Asian market, especially in South-east Asia.
Tesla is a strange company, with a stranger man and the helm.
French president Emmanuel Macron faces the first major challenge since taking office in May with protesters staging mass demonstrations in cities across the country against his labour market reforms.
After a costly attempt to try and crack the Chinese market, Uber sold its Chinese operations to the country’s dominant ride hailing company – Didi Chuxing, in a $35bn deal in August 2016.
Of the 13,176 car accidents recorded in Switzerland in 2016, it’s thought around 90 percent were caused by the driver.
Theresa May is no fan of the Northern Powerhouse initiative which was launched in 2015 by chancellor-turned-newspaper-editor George Osborne.
Ever feel rushed to get across the road?
Chairman and chief executive of General Electric (GE), Jeffrey Immelt, could be Uber’s next CEO after co-founder Travis Kalanick was forced out earlier this year.
British Airways cabin crew are planning to strike again from today for two weeks, coinciding with the August bank holiday.
It’s the summer, and everyone wants to get away from the UK’s cold weather.
US-based ride-hailing giant Uber is shutting down its car leasing arm Xchange Leasing, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.
The majority of cars in the UK are smart cars now, with features such as GPS tracking and wifi.