A £28 million cash injection will help deliver a "world-class" electric car battery development centre - putting the UK at the forefront of the industry, the Government has said.
Volkswagen has announced plans to cut 30,000 jobs worldwide by 2021.
A car-bomb explosion has been reported in Nigeria.
Japanese car giant Toyota is recalling 340,000 gas-electric hybrid Prius models worldwide over a defect in their brakes.
Engineers are launching a bid to put Britain on the winning podium of an epic 1,800-mile car race powered by the sun.
The hundreds of thousands of UK diesel car owners driving to Europe during the school holidays could still be better off filling up on the continent despite the slump in sterling, experts said.
Employers are spending £5.5 billion each year in mileage claims and vehicle allowances for staff who use their own cars for work, according to a new study.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund has filed a complain against Volkswagen as part of a joint legal action following the carmaker's emissions scandal.
All new cars registered in Germany need to be emissions free by 2030 at the latest to help meet pollution reduction goals, a senior government official said.
Engineers are investigating whether batteries from electric cars parked at train stations could be used to provide power to the railways.
A switch to low-carbon transport such as electric cars would save countries including the UK billions of pounds a year, a report has suggested.
Scrappage schemes for diesel cars and boilers, and allowing only the cleanest buses to drive on key polluted roads are among measures proposed by experts to cut pollution and help people live longer.
Global Bioenergies and Audi have struck a deal to collaborate as they look to broaden the feedstock flexibility of the company’s Isobutene process. The company is currently developing a process to convert renewable resources into hydrocarbons through fermentation.
Russia’s government plans to spend $275million as it looks to support its car industry in the first half of 2016. Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said the government was looking to extend measures in place since car sales were hit by a sharp drop in the rouble and an economic slowdown.
Volkswagen said it may set aside more than $7billion to cover the costs of the recent emissions scandal if car sales suffer, according to its chief executive.