Imagine a future where self-driving cars, trains and buses are all seamlessly connected through an app and car parks have been turned into green spaces.
It’s easy to demonize the car. But the problem is not so much cars themselves, but how we use them, says Nick Talwar.
A robotics expert has predicted that children born in the year 2017 will never drive a car.
Germany and Sweden have the world's most powerful passports.
The world’s first “self-driving” taxis are launching in Singapore, beating Uber in the race to try out the technology on the public.
According to a Norwegian newspaper, the ruling party will ban all combustible fuel-driven cars in the country by 2025.