Salvaging raw materials from car batteries
Waste car batteries usually end up on the scrapheap. But a German engineer has made it his mission to recycle them - by extracting the valuable raw materials they contain.
Car dealers demand explanation for prolonged closure of Car marts
Car dealers in Lagos have asked the Nigerian Customs Service to stop its undue harassment on them, as no reason was given for the closure of their marts by the agency.
German government expands subsidies for electric cars
The German government and car industry have agreed to increase joint subsidies for electric car buyers and extend the program to 2025. The news came as VW began production of its new all-electric vehicle.
FI Legend Micheal Schumacher, may get a new lease of life again
Car racing legend, Micheal Schumacher, who has been left paralysed and unable to speak after an accident will now undergo stem cell procedure to boost his chances of getting better.
Mexico: 3 journalists killed in one week
Two reporters were gunned down, while a third was found dead in the trunk of a car. Mexico is one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists, with a majority of the murder cases going unsolved.
Lotus unveils $2.1M electric supercar
Phil Popham, chief executive officer at Lotus Cars, discusses their new Evija electric supercar, who’s buying the cars, their 10-year business plan, what else is in the lineup, their partnership with Geely, the availability of charging stations and his outlook for the company.
The Nigerian artist turning classic cars into contemporary furniture
Experimental artist, Diseye Tantua is creating unconventional furniture using car parts from the '90s. The 44-year-old, Ghanian-Nigerian says he hopes his pieces will help preserve the history and memories he believes are contained in the pre-loved vehicles.
Ford to slash 12,000 jobs in Europe
The US car manufacturer said the move would pave the way for it to become profitable again as it focuses more on electric vehicles. It also confirmed that it would sell plants in five countries across Europe.