Fuji Heavy Vehicles has won a Ministry of Defence contract to develop a next-generation utility helicopter.
General Motors is financing a push into autonomous cars and ride-sharing services.
Toyota has promised to sell self-driving cars in Japan in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Volkswagen Group says a recall of cars may start in Germany in January and last until the end of next year.
Dates have been announced for EVolocity, the electric motorsport racing event.
Volkswagen Group’s incoming chairman has warned the scandal poses “an existence-threatening crisis”.
Tiffany Chittenden will be the first woman to contest the Toyota Finance 86 Championship.
Extra vehicles have been added to the list of call-backs for faulty Takata airbags.
September’s figures represented a 4.7 per cent increase over the same month of last year.
Kia Motors has celebrated a global milestone with the export of its 15-millionth vehicle.
BMW New Zealand is extending its partnership with Auckland Racing Club.
Marque announces models affected by scandal.
Regulators in the US have alleged that Volkswagen installed software to circumvent EPA tests.
Newly-formed NZ Touring Cars class in for Ssangyong event.
September sales of new vehicles continued 2015’s growth of 6.8 per cent.
The market in Japan for second-hand cars has bottomed out.