Opinion: Why the next Range Rover faces the toughest challenge yet
Electrification provides new challenges that the next Range Rover will have to overcome.
Will autonomous cars affect the price of pizza?
by James Attwood, Autocar UK 13 Apr 2018
Ford's self-driving car test programme has created some American Hot topics of discussion - including the cost of food delivery.
Why won't some car firms call an SUV an SUV?
by James Attwood, Autocar UK 19 Feb 2018
SUVs are hugely popular with buyers, yet some car makers seem afraid to use this label.
Volvo must capitalise on its electric advantage now
by Rachel Burgess, Autocar UK 29 Jan 2018
It may seem like Volvo is ahead of the game, but others may soon catch up if it doesn't act fast.
The cars that Peugeot could bring to India
by Nikhil Bhatia 25 Jan 2017
You’ve read this before, but this time around Peugeot really is coming to India. Nikhil Bhatia examines its product line-up and speculates on the mode...
Detroit motor show: Donald Trump vs the Mexican car industry
by Andrew Frankel, Autocar UK 18 Jan 2017
Trump takes aim at Mexico's car industry in his latest crusade, but what price will the wider car industry pay for this latest round of Trumpisms?
A road less taken: cyber security for connected cars
by Shrikant Shitole, MD, India Symantec 01 Dec 2016
Online videos show hackers remotely taking control of cars in ways that can endanger drivers and passengers.
Why autonomy won't kill off driving as we know it
by Matt Prior, Autocar UK 12 Nov 2016
Autonomous cars make sense on busy motorways, but our love of driving will prevent the end of it as we know.
Tesla's second masterplan is ambitious, but all the more exciting for ...
by Rachel Burgess, Autocar UK 26 Jul 2016
Tesla has had remarkable success in its formative years - so is this second masterplan really achievable?
Autonomous driving tech comes under scrutiny
by Sumantra B Barooah , 01 Jul 2016
Autonomous driving is not so much about being able to check your emails or enjoy that burger as the car drives itself, as much as it is about the high...
Can Tesla really build 500,000 cars a year?
by Julian Rendall, Autocar UK 10 May 2016
All-electric car maker says it can cope with rocketing demand, but doubts are cast over how suppliers will prop up parts supply
Should Delhi ban diesels?
by Ray Minjares, Head of Clean Air Program, ICCT 04 May 2016
The Supreme Court has taken the decision that diesels bans and restrictions are necessary to protect public health.
Sustainable mobility for the world’s poorest people
by Dr Chris Borroni-Bird 15 Apr 2016
Dr Borroni-Bird was previously GM’s Director of Advanced Technology Vehicle Concepts & co-author with Dr Larry Burns & the late Prof. Bill Mitchell of...
What is a truly autonomous car?
by Mike Duff, Autocar UK 20 Mar 2016
Manufacturers have different opinions on what true autonomy is and different expectations of when that technology will be available.
To be successful, ‘Make In India’ will require greater focus on multi-...
by Tarun Dalaya 04 Mar 2016
A key focus of ‘Make In India’ is to encourage foreign investors to bring their manufacturing to India. The defence sector is emerging as one of the s...
2,000: What’s in a number?
by Gavin D’Souza 16 Dec 2015
What are the factors that led to the selection of this particular number? We don’t know for sure, but we know the idea behind the ban was to curb the ...
Fostering Innovation for a Better World
by Ravi Pandit 14 Sep 2015
From introducing the world of mathematics to the concept of zero, to developing the first scientific drainage system in the Indus civilisation circa 2...
Vehicular safety in India: the need of the hour
by Autocar Pro News Desk , 04 May 2015
Pick up any car purchase criteria survey worldwide and ‘safety’ invariably appears amongst the top three criteria, much more important than in-vehicle...
Sustained policy vision key to build India’s EV industry
by Autocar Pro News Desk , 21 Apr 2015
The government’s FAME India scheme elaborates the steps it will take to realise its vision for hybrid and electric vehicles
FAME India's focus on hybrids is laudable
by Ravi Pandit 21 Apr 2015
For various reasons, India simply wasn’t a driving force in the internal combustion era of mobility.
The growing debate over electric mobility
by Autocar Pro News Desk , 19 Mar 2015
Some of the world’s earliest automobiles were electric vehicles (EVs), but by the early 20th century, internal combustion had comprehensively outcompe...