The automotive industry needs to be digitalised. It will require a complete culture shift and change-management strategies that realign the entire supply chain.
The Statista Mobility Outlook shows that the bike-sharing sector grew its global revenues by one third in 2020 at the height of the pandemic.
The International Energy Agency has released its first Global Electric Vehicle Outlook. Here are some of the key numbers.
Although Europe became the world's largest EV market for the first time since last year, China still had the largest number of electric cars on its roads.
Sales of emission-free vehicles continue to rise, but EV batteries threaten to become a serious waste-management issue if recycling solutions aren’t found.
Britain's transport ministry is working on updating the highway code for the safe use of 'self-driving vehicle' systems.
France is offering car owners the chance to scrap their old vehicle for a 2,500 euro electric bicycle grant to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The rise of online shopping is generating ever more deliveries. Now these Dutch cities are making van drivers go green by banning fossil-fuel vehicles.
Emissions from cycling can be more than 30 times lower for each trip than driving a fossil fuel car and about ten times lower than driving an electric one.
All that these technologies need to start transforming our cities is regulatory approval. Are we on the verge of a Blade Runner-style future?
In a UK first, cars on the island of Yell, located in the Shetland Islands in Scotland, can now be entirely fuelled by Nova Innovation's tidal turbines.
A McKinsey and World Economic Forum survey has looked at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on consumer sentiment in the mobility sector. Here's what it found.
66% of prospective car buyers have said fuel efficiency is particularly important to them, according to a Statista survey, followed by safety and price.
Whether you find the idea alarming or exciting, more and more places around the world are trialling the use of autonomous public transport in their cities.
Swedish-based carmaker Volvo said 50% of its global sales should be fully-electric cars by 2025 and the other half hybrid models. It follows Ford Motor Co.