At the Geneva Motor Show 2018, sustainable concepts are all the rage. Today, Drive it! tests a combination SUV/sedan and the latest model of a Japanese convertible. We also look back at an odd VW developed specifically for the South American market.
The Geneva Motor Show is set to open its doors to the public after two days dedicated to sneak previews for journalists. On her way out, DW’s Janelle Dumalaon says she wasn’t always sure where the journey was heading.
The world's major carmakers are cautiously upbeat about the industry's prospects for 2017, despite facing fundamental change from tighter emissions rules, electric vehicles and autonomous driving.
Japanese carmakers have said they've checked the safety of aluminum components made by scandal-hit Kobe Steel. They argued the parts met applicable statutory standards, sending the steelmaker's shares up sharply.
As governments around the world begin to get even tougher on traditional combustion engines, Japan's car manufacturers are well positioned to put their world-leading technologies to the test. Julian Ryall reports.
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