Kiss your car goodbye: The rise of mobility as a service
Drivers are already ditching their cars because of apps like Uber. Imagine what happens when driverless cars hit the roads. Bloomberg QuickTake explains the idea known as “mobility as a service”.
Musk's self-driving car roadmap isn't possible, futurist Martin Ford says
Martin Ford, author of "Rise of the Robots" and "Architects of Intelligence," and Bloomberg Intelligence's Anand Srinivasan discuss the future of self-driving cars on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
LCCI’s Bambo Adebowale on how to improve profitability in Nigeria’s automotive industry
Experts say Nigeria’s used cars are outselling new cars at a ratio of 35 to 1. Bambo Adebowale, Chairman Auto & Allied Sector of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry joins CNBC Africa to discuss ways to improve Nigeria’s automobile industry.
The best back seats in luxury cars
Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott reports on what luxury items you can find in the back seat of cars for the wealthy.
No to drunk drivers
Volvo has announced that soon all of its new cars will come with cameras that can tell if the driver has had too much to drink. The move is part of Volvo’s broader plan to completely prevent fatalities in its vehicles, which will also include the addition of a device to limit a car's top speed.
German police dog sniffs out 17 live hand grenades in car
A car parked at the main train station in Dresden raised the suspicions of local police — and one attentive sniffer dog was right on the scent.
The strolling car
South Korean automaker Hyundai has made a major move into the future with a car that can walk and climb on wheeled legs. The 'Elevate' vehicle was designed with first responders in mind will allow anyone navigate complicated terrains after an accident or natural disaster.
Germany: Man deliberately drives car at pedestrians
A man has driven a car at groups of pedestrians in the Ruhr cities of Bottrop and Essen, injuring four people. Police say there are indications that the driver is mentally ill and could also hold xenophobic views.
At least 6 dead in al Shabaab attack on Somalia's capital
A suicide car bomb rammed into a local government office in Somalia's capital on Monday (September 10), killing at least six people in an attack claimed by al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab