Life: Motoring

US auto giant Ford showed off its new Mustang at Asia's biggest tech fair, billing it as "the smartest Mustang to date", with voice controls and early warning collision systems.
Google unveiled plans to build its own self-driving car which will have no steering wheel, accelerator pedal or brake pedal.
Germany's Autobild motoring gazette has reported that Porsche is preparing to roll out a new entry-level sportscar which could hit the streets in 2016.
The most significant change in Toyota's US operations in 50 years will see job losses in California due to centralisation
For two years running, Brussels has been named the most congested city in North America and western Europe. It is now considering various solutions to ease traffic congestion.
An observation of how the art of the pit stop has evolved since 1950. YouTube/CpatainCanuck 

Toyota says it will be recalling 6.39-million vehicles worldwide for five different problems, marking another blow for the world's largest automaker whose reputation has plummeted.
German automaker BMW will recall more than 232,000 vehicles in China due to an engine part defect that could pose a safety hazard, China's quality watchdog said Wednesday.
In a cloud of dust and diesel fumes, a souped-up 4x4 roars through the silence of Pakistan's Cholistan desert, cheered on by tens of thousands of spectators.
If you're into wheels - especially customised ones - you might like to take a few tips from Uganda’s own Pimp My Ride garage.
General Motors announced its second massive recall in two months on Monday as it works to contain a growing scandal over the safety of its vehicles.
Italy's Ferrari has mounted a turbocharged engine on its latest supercar as even luxury automakers seek ways to cut emissions without sacrificing performance.
Carmakers are tapping smartphone technology to spruce up low-cost city cars and gain an edge in a market that has grown to account for almost 10 percent of new car sales in Europe.
After 10 very successful generations, as well as being the number 1 selling passenger vehicle in South Africa for the last 22 years, the Toyta Corolla gets a well-earned make-over.
The vehicle giant launches two models this week at India's Auto Expo -- without its operations chief, who recently died.
The first Popemobile used was a modified Toyota Land Cruiser for Pope Paul VI to greet crowds in Saint Peter's Square, in 1976.
There's something new for everyone, from penny-pinched first-time buyers to those for whom price is no object, and all in between at the 2014 North American Auto Show in Detroit.
Ford Motor Co. says 2014 will be its busiest year ever, with 23 new vehicles being introduced around the world.
The long-awaited Ford Mustang will make a welcome return to South Africa in 2015
Photographs of the new Mustang have surfaced from the cover of Autoweek.
Hyundai has revamped the luxury Genesis sedan for the first time since 2008, attempting to elevate its brand and grab a bigger share of U.S. car sales.
The little sister to the Cayenne, the Porsche Macan enters into the compact SUV market
The Lexus ES, in terms of pricing slots in below the IS, yet has space like the GS.
Nissan will unveil a sporty concept electric vehicle at the Tokyo Motor Show as Japan's number-two automaker presses on with its bid to tap the burgeoning green-car market.
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