14 september 2016, 17:54Testing the driverless Uber -- first nerves, and then acceptance
01 february 2016, 18:03Renault opens first China factory
05 january 2016, 20:17Mystery electric car startup unveils prototype
21 december 2015, 14:11Enraged cabbies unite worldwide against Uber in 2015
02 november 2015, 16:27Volkswagen to negotiate settlement in Brazil rights case
28 october 2015, 16:03VW skids into red in wake of pollution scandal
23 october 2015, 16:11VW says second type of engine not fitted with cheating device
16 october 2015, 16:26VW to recall 8.5 mn vehicles in Europe as Italian police raid offices
19 september 2015, 14:52Apple explores rules of the road for self-driving cars
12 august 2015, 11:28Iraq parliament approves PM's anti-corruption plan
06 july 2015, 13:44Yanis Varoufakis: Greece's 'erratic Marxist'
27 may 2015, 12:38Probe after Air France plane narrowly misses mountain
16 april 2015, 19:49Be eco-friendly: Bike Taxis hit Almaty streets
01 april 2015, 00:40Serial production of electric vehicles in Kazakhstan postponed
25 october 2014, 14:30Renault chief sees Europe auto market slowing in 2015
28 august 2014, 11:40Kia to open $1 billion car assembly plant in Mexico
26 august 2014, 14:50France's Peugeot gets approval for China plant: report
18 august 2014, 13:16Mercedes-Benz accused of 'price-fixing': China media
16 august 2014, 12:58Ferrari sells for record $38 mln
13 august 2014, 14:17Electric cars fail to rev up car-mad Germans
29 july 2014, 03:00Nissan says April-June net profit jumps 37% on-year to $1.1 bn
23 july 2014, 14:58Formula One: S.Africa's Kyalami track to be sold
23 july 2014, 10:45Chrysler to recall 792,300 SUVs for ignition problem
17 july 2014, 14:20European car market recovers, Peugeot picks up speed
10 july 2014, 13:02Bad day at the office: India hotel valet crashes Lamborghini
08 july 2014, 12:57GM to invest $740 mn in new Argentina factory
23 june 2014, 17:39We are together: Almaty Motor Fest 2014
23 june 2014, 13:29Honda recalls 2 mn vehicles worldwide for airbag defect
17 june 2014, 12:07GM recalls another 3.4 mn cars for ignition problem
14 june 2014, 19:09Ferrari may leave Formula One: report
10 june 2014, 10:19Nissan unveils newest all-electric vehicle
06 june 2014, 13:47GM fires 15 over ignition scandal but says 'no coverup'
31 may 2014, 14:47David Coulthard to drive Formula 1 car in Almaty on June 1
30 may 2014, 13:09Ford recalls almost 1.4 million cars in North America
24 may 2014, 13:26US wins WTO case against China on luxury cars
23 may 2014, 14:35Toyota recalls 520,000 vehicles globally
17 may 2014, 14:10GM fined record $35 mn over ignition recall delay
11 may 2014, 13:40Formula One: F1 threatened by cash crisis
10 may 2014, 10:58Ford, Chrysler recall hundreds of thousands of vehicles
23 april 2014, 12:35Fifty years of Mustang cool: is China along for the ride?
22 april 2014, 13:00Formula One boss faces bribery charges in German trial
21 april 2014, 12:24China auto show opens amid environmental, growth concerns
17 april 2014, 12:43Ford Mustang turns 50 atop Empire State Building
13 april 2014, 11:36BMW recalls half million cars worldwide
24 march 2014, 14:48Indian Toyota workers down tools despite end to lockout
20 march 2014, 10:15Porsche recalls new 911 model due to engine fire risk
19 march 2014, 09:51GM recalls another 1.8 mn vehicles amid safety probe
18 march 2014, 18:46Trade-in project to bring used cars to showrooms in Kazakhstan
14 march 2014, 12:31Recalled GM cars linked to 303 airbag-related deaths
13 march 2014, 15:37Bollore to quadruple electric-car points in Britain
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