Shift / Here are 5 of the most exciting cars launched this year

Before the year ends, here's a look back at the five biggest car releases that got everyone talking. 

Automotive journalism takes a turn for good

To bring a seismic shift in automobile journalism, journalists covering the automobile industry has formed The Automobile Reporters Forum. This first-of-its-kind forum aims to bring a qualitative change in reporting of automotive-related news. The forum also aims to conduct research with a view to the development of the automobile sector of the country.

Hacked vehicle prompts Fiat Chrysler onboard update

Cyber security experts Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller have publicly exposed a serious vulnerability that would allow hackers to take remote control of Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA) cars that run its Uconnect internet-accessing software for connected car features.

Nissan's new electric seven-seater: a car for responsibly mixing business and pleasure

Officially the world's first production seven-seat electric car, the latest derivation of the Nissan e-NV200 is aimed equally at business users and larger families.

AUTO NEWS / Ferrari Dino to return 40 years after the original’s launch

Ferrari's new chairman, Sergio Marchionne, has confirmed that the rumors are true and it is indeed dusting off the Dino badge for an all-new V6 model.

Can Mitsuoka’s quirky Japanese take on coach-built cars translate to European roads?

Mitsuoka Motor aims to offer owners the best of both worlds -- yesterday's looks with today's reliability -- and while somteimes results are mixed, they are never boring and always unique.

Moto Guzzi gets into character

Moto Guzzi's latest brace of premium road bikes, the rebellious Audance and the refined Eldorado, are a perfect example of how just changing one ingredient of a classic recipe can make a huge impact.

BMW to pay homage to the 3.0CSL at Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este car show

BMW has announced that its big concept car reveal for this year's event will be a modern-day interpretation of its formidable 3.0 CSL coupe of the 1970s.

AUTO NEWS / Chevrolet Camaro muscles in on the Mustang's turf

Chevrolet claims that in order to deliver something special, it focused on three pillars -- performance, technology and design.

May 4, 2015
May 4, 2015

Celebrating 60 years of the Citroën DS

DS Week is just one of many events planned this year in honour of the car the French call the Goddess.

April 22, 2015
April 22, 2015

Self-driving cars hold key to future highway: Google exec

Ray Kurzweil told the annual conference of the Society of Automotive Engineers that the rapidly declining cost of computing power and the advances in artificial intelligence will make autonomous driving a reality.

April 22, 2015
April 22, 2015

Sharp suited: 2011 Toyota Vitz RS

The Vitz, also known as Yaris, always did what it was asked but had limitations. It just wasn't cool. It was a toaster with a couple of added features. So what happens when Toyota adds an RS badge?

April 17, 2015
April 17, 2015

Audi previews Allroad ahead of Shanghai

The third in Audi's series of Prologue concept cars, the latest model explores how the company's new design language will translate from an executive coupé to something closer to a crossover.

April 2, 2015
April 2, 2015

Mercedes to focus on hybrids, SUVs, autonomy

The past 12 months have set new records for Mercedes-Benz sales -- over 2.5 million cars were sold over the course of 2014, and in the months that have already passed in 2015, sales are already at a higher level than at the same time last year.

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