Volkswagen invests $40b on electric cars
“With the planning round now approved, we are laying the foundation for making Volkswagen the world’s No. 1 player in electric mobility by 2025,” Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said at a press conference.
CFAO commissions FUSO plant to churn out 500 units yearly
CFAO group in conjunction with Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), one of Asia’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturers, has commissioned a FUSO assembly plant at its facility in Lagos.
New 2018 Renault Duster revealed
Renault has taken the wraps off the heavily updated Duster SUV. The French carmaker’s low-cost sister-brand Dacia had revealed its version of the refreshed Duster SUV.
Confab to restore investors’ confidence in industry
The need to restore investors’ confidence in Nigeria’s automobile industry, among other economic and business issues will take centre stage at the maiden Nigeria Annual Automobile Award (NAAA) pre-award conference organized by Automobile Search Nigeria Limited.
NB, FRSC task road users on safety during yuletide
As part of efforts to improve safety on Nigerian roads, Nigerian Breweries (NB)Plc in partnership with Federal Road Safety Commission, (FRSC) have stressed the need for drivers and other road users to be cautious while driving during the yuletide season.
Toyota auto show to showcase vehicles with modern trend
Toyota (Nigeria) Limited has concluded plans to holds its auto show aimed at giving customers’ opportunities to experience wide range of vehicles from its range.
Hyundai 2018 Sonata berths with high-end features
Hyundai has remodeled the midsized Sonata family sedan with a long list of standard and accessible features, integrating a perfect mix of excellent fuel economy and mileage.
FRSC, Guinness sue for reduction in alcohol-related accidents
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), and Guinness Nigeria Plc have stressed the need for Nigeria to reduce alcohol related road crashes on Nigerian roads, especially during ‘ember’ months.
GE to invest $2.7billion on rail service stations’ rehabilitation
Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has said the Federal Government is talking with General Electric (GE), to rehabilitate service stations in the rail sector as part of efforts to ease the ongoing construction work of the $1.5 billion Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail project.