In just five years, a delivery driver from Olathe, Kansas drove her 2013 Hyundai Elantra one million miles with the original powertrain.
The Supervisory Board of Audi AG has appointed Bram Schot as the Chairman of the Board of Management effective 1 January 2019.
For the second year in a row, the IIHS announced that Hyundai has the most combined Top Safety Pick+ and Top Safety Pick-rated vehicles in the industry.
The activity celebrates the legendary off-road capabilities of Jeep SUVs and marks the end of a year of success and new car launches.
The Ministry of Transport has mentioned that motorcyclists will no longer have to pay tolls when travelling on the Second Link from 21 January.
Indonesian startup Go-Jek will be extending its ride-hailing services and users will now be able to take rides anywhere in Singapore.
Hyundai has delivered its first Nexo fuel cell vehicle to a customer in California, eager to add the benefits of a zero-emissions vehicle to his lifestyle.
The European safety organisation Euro NCAP has presented the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class with an award for its outstanding safety.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver became one of the first people to drive the new Range Rover Evoque, visiting some of his favourite London foodie spots.
Aston Martin Works is promising visitors to the upcoming Retromobile Show an unprecedented view of one of the brand's rarest and most sought-after classic cars.
With its newly established endowment fund, Skoda Auto is helping to sustainably improve the appeal of Mlada Boleslav, Kosmonosy and the surrounding communities.
Hyundai Motor announced 'Explore the Possibilities' campaign with Hyundai Motorstudio, a space that embodies the company's journey to create new car culture.
The Lamborghini Christmas Drive was held to bring a positive and intense year for the Italian supercar manufacturer to a fitting end.
New Year's Eve revellers can still catch the bus or train after their countdown events end as SMRT will be extending train and selected bus services.
Increased fares for some train and bus trips have officially kicked in, with commuters having to pay $0.06 more on adult card fares on both modes of transport.