New Nissan Navara is a connected machine
The new pickup, set to be built locally, features a suite of integrated technologies that are aimed at improving safety, control and comfort.
Vehicle manufacturers boost digital operations amid COVID-19
Toyota, BMW, Audi, Nissan and Volkswagen strengthen their digital initiatives as the coronavirus takes its toll on the struggling sector.
Volkswagen's WeConnect Go app now available in SA
The WeConnect Go app allows the user to receive vehicle data and control certain functions via their smartphone.
Nissan’s most connected car ever is not SA-bound
The Japanese manufacturer claims this is its most connected car ever, but, sadly, the new Nissan Juke is not planned for the South African market.
More electric vehicle charging stations for SA
Eight electric vehicle public charging stations will be installed in four locations around SA this week, as part of National Transport Month.
Electric vehicles race around the country
BMW, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover embark on a seven-day electric vehicle road trip from Johannesburg to Cape Town.
Automotive body urges govt to create favourable EV environment
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA calls for a policy framework on electric vehicles and the reduction of the 25% import tariff.
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.
Nissan wants SA govt intervention on electric cars
SA will be left behind in the electric vehicle market if government does not have clear policy on how to roll out the tech, says Nissan.
Nissan gets ready to take on Uber
The firm hopes to become an operator of autonomous transportation services and break into a segment set to be dominated by Uber.
Global carmakers to invest $90bn in electric vehicles
Ford's plan to double its electrified vehicle spending is part of an investment tsunami in batteries and electric cars by global automakers.