The next generation of cars could save hundreds of lives, but experts warn that the ideal of a driverless utopia will stall without better roads and updated rules.
Volkswagen says it will stop producing its Beetle compact car in 2019, ending a model that looked backward to the 1960s counterculture as the carmaker prepares for a leap toward a future of mass-market electric cars.
Regional communities are being encouraged to take advantage of the growing electric vehicle market and invest in charging technology.
Tasmanians are being urged to upgrade their clunkers, after figures reveal the state's roads remain home to the oldest cars in the nation.
It's been 23 years since the big wigs of Formula One last took interest in Adelaide, but some well-known names are watching keenly as the legacy of Sir Jack Brabham is reborn.
The idea of old Holdens fetching as much as new Ferraris might be jaw-dropping to some, but an auctioneer says there's a "frenzy" surrounding some rare vintage models.
As our cities evolve for driverless cars, let's prioritise public health and avoid the mistakes of Car 1.0, writes Jim Sallis.
There has been much discussion about road-use charges. But how might a congestion tax work in Australia?
Cities around the world are starting to rethink the vast areas of land set aside for parking. The convergence of several trends likely will mean this space becomes available for other uses.
The NRMA says paying a toll to drive on a motorway might dent the hip pocket, but it gives motorists value for money with the amount of time it saves.