Toyota has issued an urgent recall of 45,000 cars over fears that the vehicles could suddenly stop mid-way with some of Australia’s most popular models affected.
How auto dealers are combating global pandemic
The costs of the coronavirus impact on businesses are at stake as the organised private sector explores measures to save struggling local economy.
‘Regional automotive industry ecosystem requires affordable vehicle financing’
Increasing the motorisation rate in Africa from about 42 vehicles per 1000 people to at least the world average of 180 vehicles per 1000 people provide an opportunity for industrialisation, economic growth, balance of payments and job creation in Africa....
‘How Nigerian businesses can collaborate through e-hailing’
As the world continues to struggle with global coronavirus pandemic, the need for businesses to collaborate and generate revenue is essential, an e-hailing expert
Hurdles as electric vehicle debuts in second quarter
Climate change is for real. The changes in global temperature and weather patterns seen today are caused by human activity. They are happening much faster than the natural climate variations of the past.
How COVID-19 hurts Nigeria’s auto, rail sector
The cost of the coronavirus outbreak for businesses is rising as the organised private sector explores measures to reduce the impact on the struggling local economy.
Researchers develop high-tech EV battery to double driving range
A team of researchers at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology has announced a new carbon-silicon material that they say could more than double the driving range of electric vehicles (EV) — and enable fast charging to more than 80 percent capacity in just five minutes.
Global automotive aftermarket CAGR to grow by four per cent
The global automotive aftermarket size was valued at $378.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to register a Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.0 per cent from 2020 to 2027
Plentywaka provides solution to public transportation around Lagos
With the recent ban of commercial bikes and tricycles (popularly known as Okada and Keke) in some LGAs in Lagos, Lagosians have turned the spotlight to alternative means of transporting and one of such is Plentywaka.