Austrian Formula One legend Lauda died peacefully in his sleep on Monday surrounded by family, a family spokesman said in a statement.
BMW is celebrating 35 years of its high-performance M5 sedan with the M5 Edition 35 Years, limited to just 350 units.
The new Canberra station on the North-South Line will be opened on 2 November, serving an estimated 17,000 homes in nearby estates.
The win in Belgium also makes Audi driver Rene Rast the first driver to have achieved two victories in DTM's new turbo era.
The brand new eighth generation Porsche 911 features a more muscular exterior design, a completely new interior, as well as more power than before.
Volkswagen has lined up two Beetles to participate in the Mille Miglia, its entry a homage to the end of the Beetle's production
Maserati announces its partnership with historic Tuscan winemaker Antinori, a leading producer of top-quality wines.
Citroen is launching a limited edition version of its Seetroen glasses that eliminate motion sickness, the Seetroen S19.
Nissan has equipped its new Skyline with a new driver assistance system, which offers navigated highway driving and enables hands-off single-lane driving.
Mercedes-Benz has announced the launch of its new B-Class in Singapore, as it makes its first appearance at the Mercedes-Benz showroom.
Over the past eight years, Seat has managed to generate 34% less waste in its facilities, and will continue to implement measures to reduce waste further.
An exciting journey through Bentley's rich heritage is brought to life in a collaboration with specialist luxury book publisher, Opus.
The House of Rolls-Royce is delighted to present the Champagne Chest, the latest addition to the Rolls-Royce accessory portfolio.
With its exquisite three-dimensional diamond leather upholstery, the all new Flying Spur is a luxury Grand Touring sedan indeed.
Grab has announced a revamped driver app that features four new components to help its driver-partners earn more and save more.