Richard Lutz is still wary of any promises that Volkswagen offers…
Richard Lutz looks back in languor at the past seven days.
Campaigners from Birmingham Friends of the Earth will launch their new campaign Let’s Get Moving today with a stunt outside Birmingham Town Hall.
Local entrepreneur recognised by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
The age-old dilemma of trying to find your vehicle when parking in unfamiliar places or multi-storey car parks is now a thing of the past thanks to a Coventry innovation specialist
Birmingham firm Queen & Crawford has been recognised by Japanese giant Honda as leading innovators in the field of design and fabrication.
Police are cracking down on illegal road racing in Birmingham.
West Midlands Fire Service has taken delivery of three bespoke compact fire vehicles to tackle smaller incidents in the region.
Petrolheads in the West Midlands are in for a treat on Saturday 9th June as the range of modern and classic cars set to feature at Coventry Car Day grows ever more impressive.
A hydrogen fuel cell vehicle which was conceived and manufactured in Coventry has been shortlisted for a prestigious international transport design award.
The former president of one of the world’s largest and most successful motor companies will give a free talk at Coventry University next month as part of Coventry Car Day.
Coventry will be going car crazy this summer with a celebration of the city’s motoring heritage
Policing some of the busiest roads in the country has been made easier thanks to the opening of a new purpose-built headquarters.
Youngsters at a secondary school have put their fellow pupils’ protection on the curriculum by campaigning for better road safety control
New research reveals the average UK motorist spends nearly £100 personalising their car with accessories – but this could be putting them at risk.
The Niche Innovation Scheme is offering small and medium enterprises in the region a selection of research and development grants…
Alan Clawley explores the difference twixt things that move and things that don’t.
A Coventry University student will be exhibiting his no-holds-barred vision of the future of car design
A welcome ruling has meant that convicted Birmingham car clampers will also be out of pocket.
Birmingham city council have continued their drive towards low carbon usage with increased eco-friendly transport.