Car manufacturers Hyundai and Audi are teaming up to work on hydrogen car technology and provide more options in the green vehicle market.
Costas Pitas, Yahoo News, reports:
A report has suggested that some drivers are taking less care when operating cars that have new driver assistance features, because these systems are being marketed as “autonomous” or “self-driving”.
Samuel Gibbs, The Guardian, reports:
Drivers are opting for more environmentally friendly cars, with sales of hybrids increasing year-on-year and diesel cars plunging in popularity.
Adam Vaughan, The Guardian, reports:
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The Telegraph Reports:
The price of fuel is constantly fluctuating, but drivers haven’t seen a decrease in costs in weeks, and the month of May saw the price of fuel skyrocket.
The Guardian reports:
The Be Wiser Ducati team of Glenn and Andrew Irwin endured mixed fortunes at round four of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Snetterton today with Glenn taking the best finish of the day with a close second place in the opening race to claim a valuable podium.
After a six-week break, the Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team got their Bennetts British Superbike Championship campaign back underway in fine style at Snetterton today with team leader Glenn Irwin claiming third place during Datatag qualifying for round four.
Toyota is working on an electric car powered by a new type of battery that significantly increases driving range and reduces charging time. It is due to be released in 2022.
The Independent reports: