Motoring Technology
4:50
30 Sep

Elon Musk gives up Tesla chairman position

The billionaire will step down as the company's chairman but will remain as its CEO.

2:20
28 Sep

Ford wants to help ambulances get to victims faster

The motoring company tests technology in Germany that will see drivers being alerted to accidents ahead so they can make way for emergency responders.

1:00

White paper: Exploring mobility as a service

MaaS improves the user experience and convenience by offering a single account to provide different mobility services.

2:30

Driving accelerated growth in automotive business

In the automotive industry, businesses must launch new products faster with fewer recalls and lower warranty expenses, says Mark Bannerman, business unit executive at EOH Infor Services.

1:10
Sep 21, 2018

White paper: Mobility as a service

Mobility as a service is the future of city transport.

4:30
Sep 4, 2018

More electric semi-trailer trucks head to brewery

The CSIR commissions additional trucks with semi-autonomous tech, including enhanced autopilot, automated braking and lane departure warnings.

6:00
Aug 30, 2018

Ford plans to 'democratise' autonomous features in SA

Semi-autonomous features are already available in high-end vehicles on the road and Ford plans to bring these features to cheaper cars.

4:40
Aug 30, 2018

How Tesla 'haters' put pressure on CEO Musk

Sceptics, who spent years promoting bets against Tesla, see an opportunity to renew pressure after the failure of CEO Elon Musk's plan to take it private.

1:50
Aug 29, 2018

Tesla, Musk win dismissal of lawsuit over Model 3

A US federal judge dismisses a securities fraud lawsuit in which shareholders accused Tesla and CEO Elon Musk of misleading them.

3:40
Aug 28, 2018

Toyota injects $500m into Uber for self-driving cars

The companies will jointly work on developing self-driving cars, in a bid by both to catch up to rivals in the competitive autonomous driving business.

3:40
Aug 27, 2018

Musk's U-turn on Tesla deal may intensify legal woes

CEO Elon Musk's decision to abruptly abandon a plan to take Tesla private will not resolve his mounting regulatory and legal woes.