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An Uber driver decided to take a shortcut, but got stuck for nearly two hours trying to go down a flight of stairs. The white Toyota Camry was found on the stairs of a pedestrian walkway at around 1:23 p.m. local time, outside a Safeway store on Market Street in San Francisco, USA. The San […]
You’d better prepare yourself for some pretty eye-watering asking prices.
China’s state-owned Anhui Jianghuai Automobile—better known as JAC Motors—looks to drive greater growth by seeking international partners. Just recently, the company, ranked within China’s top 10 auto manufacturers, made headlines when it teamed up with Volkswagen of Germany for a $740 million (P38 billion) worth of project that would build 100,000 pure battery electric vehicles […]
Looking from the outside, it’s hard to imagine that the World Trade Center in Pasay City can yield up to 36,000 sqm of exhibition space.
The Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) opening tomorrow will offer visitors something really new: Russian motor vehicles on display.
Since most buyers seem to want SUVs and crossovers, it’s no surprise that this year’s New York International Auto Show was positively bursting with them.
The car in question is a 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL with “gullwing” doors.
General Motors is looking at yet another affordable way of getting consumers behind the wheel by piloting a rental scheme along the lines of the Airbnb model.
Porsche has joined Daimler, Italdesign and Volvo’s Chinese owner Geely who think flying cars could be the best way of escaping our congested roads in the future.
After gracing our screens for decades, flying cars are about to shift gears from dream to reality, with the unveiling of a commercial model in Geneva this week. From James Bond to The Jetsons, flying cars have long captured our imaginations, but now a Dutch company says they are almost ready to take to the […]