Japan’s economy has showed initial signs of a recovery with boosted industrial output in October.
A new partnership between business and environment groups will help to promote green infrastructure in New Zealand.
A 2003 Cadillac Escalade used during HBO's The Sopranos has sold for around NZ$182,590.
The Volkswagen Group is dealing with a slowdown in orders for new cars in the wake of admitting it understated fuel usage and carbon dioxide emissions.
The NZTA is encouraging its employees to use sustainable transport after ordering three electric bikes.
The 2016 Chevrolet Volt has been named green car of the year by Green Car Journal in the US.
Ford has developed a global front-seat structure, which can be used in almost every vehicle it makes.
Toyota, Honda and Hyundai have all presented fuel-cell vehicles at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Toyota Motor Corporation outsold the Volkswagen Group for the fourth straight month in October to remain the world’s top-selling automaker so far this year.
The first production Bentley Bentayga has left the assembly line in Crewe, England.
The Volkswagen Group has prepared and submitted for approval updated engine management software for its Audis.
Ford will no longer use airbag inflators made by Takata in future vehicles, joining Honda, Toyota and Nissan in deciding against putting the inflators in vehicles.
It will take less than an hour to fix affected engines in Europe.
The South Island’s first public fast-charging station for electric vehicles is set to be located in Dunedin.
Mimi Gilmour is Jaguar’s second ever brand ambassador.
Experts believe self-driving technology “will only reach its full potential if it can withstand failures”.