The Shanghai Auto Museum is one of many exhibiting automotive treasures. Astonishingly, Chinese models are hard to find there.
Sleek and elegant, powerful and fast: the Museum Kunstpalast shows classic sports cars from the 1950s to the 1970s. Curator Barbara Til explains why they are part of the history of European design.
Chinese officials condemned US punitive tariffs, threatening that it could launch "the biggest trade war in history." Beijing plans to bring the trade dispute to the World Trade Organization.
A means of transport, a part of our culture, a symbol of freedom. The "Autophoto" exhibition at the Fondation Cartier in Paris shows how cars have been depicted in photographs over the past century.
The VW Beetle has the Nazis to thank for its existence. Adolf Hitler laid the cornerstone of the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg 80 years ago. Here, a critical retrospective of a German success story.
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