An incredibly rare and special 60-year-old Bentley is expected to fetch well over a million dollars at an upcoming auction in the UK.
The 1954 Bentley R Type Continental Fastback, one of just three right-hand drive automatic examp
Masked men set fire to two cars belonging to the consulate of Saudi Arabia in the Egyptian city of Suez on Friday morning, local security sources and the state news agency reported.
Security sources who spoke on condition of anony
Al Haddad Motors, the authorised general distributor for Mercedes-Benz in Bahrain, has decided to extend The Real Spectacular Eid Event due to overwhelming interest and inquiries.
The promotion, launched during the recent Eid celebratio
Japan's Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it would recall a total 1.67 million vehicles globally in a voluntary move to address three separate defects including a faulty brake master cylinder that could hinder the brake's performance.
Iran Khodro Industrial Group plans to increase the production of cars at its plant in Iraq to 100 per day, a senior official was quoted as saying.
The company has already raised the production to 50 cars per day at its factory in
General Motors said on Friday it was recalling 524,384 cars and sport utility vehicles globally in two actions dealing with potential latch problems and loose parts and would stop sales of two new truck models with potential air bag defects.
Ramada Hotel and Suites Ajman, a leading hotel in the UAE, has signed an agreement with Ajman Public Transport Corporation, to upgrade its transportation services for the guests through luxury cars.
As per the deal, the duo will w
South Korean smartphone camera makers are tapping the surging yet more technologically demanding market for vehicle cameras to dull the impact of slowing growth in global handset sales.
High-end cars can carry as many as eight cam
Two security experts, who a year ago exposed methods for hacking the Toyota Prius and Ford Escape, say they have developed technology that would keep automobiles safe from cyber-attacks.
At last summer's Def Con hacking confer
General Motors car owners have been complaining to dealers about defective ignition switches since 1997, years before the automaker launched the Chevrolet Cobalt and other small cars with faulty switches linked to at least 13 deaths, said a repo