Motoring Technology
9 Nov

Tesla names chair to replace Elon Musk

Tesla has named director Robyn Denholm as chairperson of its board, fulfilling a demand by the US SEC to strip the job from Elon Musk.

9 Nov

Paris to launch world's biggest fleet of electric bicycles

The Paris region plans to launch a large fleet of electric bicycles aimed at getting commuters to cycle to work.


Self-driving car industry needs standards and security

European car industry executives believe automakers need clear guidelines for safeguarding driver information and privacy to make self-driving cars a success.

7 Nov

Ford tests tech to keep cars moving

The motoring manufacturer is trialling technology in connected cars that see them slow down and speed up at appropriate times, to avoid stopping altogether.


Quality at speed

The World Quality Report 2018-2019 has just been released, and it highlights growing adoption of agile and DevOps by non-IT businesses.


MiX Telematics again grows subscribers

A strong second quarter for MiX Telematics saw interim revenue and subscriber numbers boosted.

1 Nov

Cartrack's revenue shifts up a gear

Strong growth in South Africa helped Cartrack's interim group revenue grow by 22%, while HEPS jumped 25%.


Jaguar bets on electric car appetite in SA with R1.7m I-PACE

The luxury motoring company's all-electric I-PACE SUV will come to SA early next year and cost close to R2 million.


Cargo e-bike takes to the streets

The Gauteng transport department debuts an electric-powered bike to provide a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly option in the transportation of goods.


Race is on for autonomous vehicle patents

Competitors drive neck-to-neck to acquire patents necessary for connected and autonomous cars.

22 Oct

Altron unit Netstar eyes Indian expansion

The company signs a joint venture deal with international company C Ahead to offer insurance and fleet telematics in India.