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General Motors to stop sales in India by year end

NEW DELHI, India: US auto giant General Motors will stop selling cars in India by year end, putting the brakes on efforts to penetrate one of the world's fastest growing markets...

3 days ago

#BizTrends2017: Key challenges for OEMs to tackle in 2017

I'm sure that everyone would agree that 2016 was a tough year as a result of our slow economic growth. Although we saw a definite decline in vehicle sales...

By Ricardo Coetzee 11 Jan 2017

BREAKING NEWS: Major GM South Africa announcement

NEWSWATCH: General Motors has announced that it is transforming its business globally. For the South African market, this means the phasing out of the manufacturing and sales of Chevrolet vehicles, and Isuzu purchasing its plant in PE... [video]

By Ilse van den Berg 18 May 2017

Carfind.co.za introduces 360° interior views

Carfind.co.za, an online car buying and selling platform, has introduced a 360° interior view feature...

18 May 2017

24 hours of Nissan and Datsun in the Free State

Nampo is not a word unfamiliar to me. As a student at NWU, my friends and I used to frequent this (then not-so-big) agri festival almost every year, funnily enough....

By Ilse van den Berg 17 May 2017

A global EV taxi revolution

The first step in a global electric taxi revolution was in 2013 when a taxi company in Japan went all in and converted its entire fleet of conventional taxis to zero-emission Nissan LEAFs...

17 May 2017

Volvo, Google partner for next generation connected cars

Volvo Cars and Google have partnered to develop the next generation in-car infotainment and connectivity solution...

16 May 2017

TruckX ready for Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit

The Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit is making its début as the new venue for this year's TruckX. The expo and conference offers an opportunity for test drives and covers issues affecting the trucking and fleet industries...

11 May 2017

#AfricaMonth: The fast-growing, untapped African car market

In light of the recent study, Game-changing Automotive Policy Developments in Africa, we chat to Ryan Bax, senior industry analyst for mobility and automotive at Frost & Sullivan, to find out more about the fast-growing, untapped African car market...

By Ilse van den Berg 11 May 2017

Forward-thinking, flexible fleet managers will excel

Fleet managers have to stay upright while the entire foundation of the profession is shifting underneath their feet due to rapid technological advances...

10 May 2017

City Concours brings together supercars, luxury brands

The new City Concours will take place at the Honourable Artillery Company headquarters in London from 8-9 June 2017, bringing together more than 100 supercars and a host of luxury brands...

10 May 2017

RGMotorsport celebrates 25 years with M2 upgrade

In celebration of its inception by Rob Green in 1992, RGMotorsport has added a BMW M2 upgrade to its performance palette...[video]

8 May 2017

Nasdaq-listed $725m investor backs SA startup

South African tech-startup, CarZar.co.za, is now being backed by Vostok New Ventures a Sweden-listed investment firm...

8 May 2017

Negative impact of junk status on SA's new car market

The South African new car market's total sales plummeted 13.4%, with 34,956 new vehicles sold - the lowest sales performance since December 2009...[video]

5 May 2017

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Ford evaluates viability of bamboo in vehicle interiors

Over the past several years, Ford has worked with suppliers to evaluate the viability of using bamboo in vehicle interiors and to make extra strong parts by combining it with plastic.

4 May 2017

Comedy defensive driving courses offer great experience

Who says that all driving courses are just boring lectures? Not all of them are like that, so you should take advantage of some of the online courses where you will sit back and enjoy the fun lectures. With the appearance of comedy defensive driving courses, things are now a lot more appealing and entertaining. Driving students can now learn everything there is about driving safety by listening to popular comedians. Although lectures are expressed in a funny way, the main message and content should always be taken seriously.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 19 Apr 2017

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