Whether they rode in litters carried by men in livery, in ornate horse-drawn carriages, or later in cars, popes have always travelled in style.
With Europe's car market tumbling, it would surprise few that Volkswagen's sprawling factory on the outskirts of the Slovak capital won't be raising production.
The revival of the country’s once stagnant biodiesel industry is expected to stay intact with the latest measure to implement the B10 biofuel programme.
A new GPS system of charging self-drive commuters adds pressure to switch to public transport.
The global economic doldrums may have weighed on businesses around the world, but in Malaysia a luxury hand-crafted carmaker struggles to keep up with demand as orders pour in from China and the Middle East.
Despite the introduction of cashless payment at highway toll plazas since the late 1990s, cash lanes are still a fixture and often serve the longest queues.
An undercover assignment by an intrepid reporter proves a point about taxi drivers in Kuala Lumpur.
What was once considered a useless material has now found wide uses.
There’s more to Isuzu than its famous pick-up D-Max – such as its highly-individualised commercial trucks.
A boardroom-level conflict at Sweden-based luxury auto firm Volvo Car Corp is infecting some day-to-day decisions and threatens to hamper its Chinese owner's efforts to turn the business around, sources close to the company said.
Step aside GPS, there’s now the smarter ‘crowdsourcing’ Waze offering optimal driving directions and more.
Japanese automakers are taking tentative steps in Europe to stand up to their aggressive South Korean rivals, in a market they see as challenging, but worth the effort.
Europe's crisis-hit automakers will try to lure environment-conscious families when they unveil a series of low-emission, compact crossover models at this week's biennial Paris auto show.
In a brutal auto sales slump, "crisis cars" are coming of age in Europe, narrowing the gap with mainstream brands in everything from aesthetics to fuel economy.
Europe's automakers will seek to dazzle at the Paris auto show starting on Thursday, revealing over 100 new models, but it can't hide the gloom in the world's most competitive and its worst-performing market.
The modern car is one of the most sophisticated machines ever created. Dozens of control systems and computer processors work together to ensure it works seamlessly and effectively day in and day out.
But machines do break down occasionally. The technical team of The Otomotif College (TOC) is here to offer advice and help troubleshoot car problems
The team of seven trainers, led by Allan Cabiles (pic), has collectively 30 years of experience in a wide range of car makes. The TOC Team prides itself on keeping pace with the ever-evolving automotive industry. Its trainers undergo training sessions with a network of 800 industry partners across the country.
With such an extensive body of knowledge, think of the TOC Team as your go-to automotive experts.
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