Cheap natural gas is starting to revolutionise traffic on US roads, cutting bills for some of the country's heaviest fuel users while reducing carbon emissions and other pollution.
The revolution is still in its very early stages. G
Ford Motor Company has announced an aggressive product acceleration in its newest business unit, Middle East & Africa, leveraging the company’s One Ford global portfolio.
The company will target opportunities for growth
Only 45 percent of vehicles on Saudi Arabia’s roads are insured, owing to a four-fold rise in premiums, said a report.
An official of Najm Company that deals with road accident cases in the country on beh
Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it would recall 6.39 million vehicles globally for faults affecting various parts ranging from steering to seats in the company's second-largest recall to date.
The world's biggest autom
Land Rover vehicles' sales in Kuwait increased 45 per cent last year, against 2012.
The Range Rover, contributing to the performance, increased its sales 460 per cent over the previous year, said a statemen
A Bahraini MP has warned against an alarming increase of vehicles in Bahrain.
According to new statistics, the number of registered cars last year soared to 544,808, up 39,659 on 2012, said a report in the Gulf
Nissan Motor Co said it will be ready to bring fully self-driving vehicles to market by 2020. The vehicles will be sold "at realistic prices for consumers," the company said at a media event in Irvine, California.
The Hertz Corporation has announced the launch of Hertz 24/7, a rental service allowing Middle East travellers to hire a car any time, day or night, during their summer vacations in the US and Europe.
Hertz customers from the Midd
German automaker Audi has reported a sales increase of 20 per cent across the GCC and Levant to 5,130 vehicles delivered to customers in the first six months of 2013, an all-time Middle East record.
Audi’s 2013 focus, howeve
Iran hopes to become a major exporter of vehicle fuels with the opening of more plants after it moved from dependence on imports to self-sufficiency, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told a state news agency on Tuesday.
Iran has been