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UK: Most new cars must be electric by 2030
Three-fifths of new cars must be electric by 2030 to meet greenhouse gas targets, UK ministers have been warned.
Official: Saipa exported $1.2 billion in cars
Iran’s Saipa Group said it has exported 230,000 vehicles worth 1.2 billion in recent years as the automaker plans to expand sales with new designs and competitive products.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi bets on spike in electric cars
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance is betting that mass-market drivers are going to pivot soon to electric cars, announcing plans to produce 12 new electric models by 2022 and to make electric cars 30 percent of its overall output.
China eyes petrol car ban, boosting electric vehicles
China is gearing up to ban petrol and diesel cars, a move that would boost electric vehicles and shake up the world's biggest car market in a country that is plagued by pollution.
Jaguar cars set to go electric from 2020
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will make all its new vehicles available in electric or hybrid models from 2020, it said two months after a similar announcement from Volvo.
Why tech still can't save kids in hot cars
Carmakers have come up with cool advancements like keyfobs that limit radio volume when a teen is driving and sunroofs that lower themselves at highway speed to reduce wind noise. Yet kids are still dying in hot cars that can't seem to do much to help them.
UK consumers cut spending on clothes, cars and foreign travel
Britons are slashing spending on new clothes, cars and foreign holidays, according to new figures that underscore the effect on consumer confidence of rising living costs and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
As the UK plans to phase out petrol cars, is Australia being left behind?
It is only a matter of time until every Australian car is all-electric. But while other countries are speeding up the transition, with plans to ban petrol cars within a couple of decades, Australia is stuck debating even modest cuts to vehicle emissions, let alone policies to encourage zero-emissions cars.
Toy cars help scientists understand how tires drive over sand
Thanks to a new scaling law, scientists can study the physics of tires traveling across sand by analyzing toy car models.
Iran rolls out new generation of national cars
Iran has started the mass production of an upgraded version of its Dena class of national cars which is already seen by the media as a revolutionary product by the country’s leading automaker Iran Khodro Industrial Group (IKCO).
Tesla recalls 53,000 cars over brake issue
Tesla has issued a voluntary global recall for some of its Model S and Model X cars to fix a problem with the parking brake.
California to give green light to truly driverless cars
Cars with no steering wheel, no pedals and nobody at all inside could be driving themselves on California roads by the end of the year, under proposed new state rules that would give a powerful boost to the fast-developing technology.
Nearly 30m diesel cars on EU roads over emissions limit
One year after the Volkswagen 'dieselgate' scandal, nearly 30 million cars on Europe's roads are still way over air pollution limits, campaign group Transport and Environment said in a report.
Emissions from new diesel cars still far higher than official limit
New diesel cars are still emitting many times the official limit for polluting nitrogen oxides when driven on the road, almost a year after the Volkswagen emissions scandal broke.
IPPR urges phasing out diesel cars from London
Diesel vehicles must be banned from London if the UK is to meet its air pollution targets, a think tank warned.

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