BMW is limiting its use of carbon fibre and is moving to lightweight materials.
Nissan will build its new Qashqui SUV at its plant in Sunderland, England.
Mercedes-Benz will build the first model under its EQ electric vehicle brand by the end of the decade.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges has introduced the Bill to Parliament.
The first electric vehicle app developed in New Zealand is now available at the Apple Store and Google Play.
Tesla has broken a 13-quarter streak of losses to post a NZ$30m net income for the third quarter.
A cybersecurity firm says companies make security a priority.
Toyota will recall another 5.8 million cars over potentially faulty airbag inflators.
Hyundai’s third-quarter profit fell well below forecasts, to its lowest level in almost seven years.
Experts say October sales will reveal Brexit's impact for the first time.
Analysts say the automotive industry is facing uncertainty over the coming years.
Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn has officially been appointed chairman of Mitsubishi, and has outlined plans to reap combined savings of NZ$658 million over the next fiscal year.
Toyota's Landcruiser 70 single cab chassis has a top safety rating.
New Zealand’s net migration was a net gain of almost 70,000 in the year to September 30, surpassing the previous record in August.
A 1914 Vauxhall will be sold for the first time in almost 50 years.
A 1964 Aston Martin DB5 is the first ever classic car sale completed via social media, when it sold for NZ$1.4 million on Vero.