Bugatti Chiron tops 300mph as company looks to leave the speed record game
Bugatti has sent a modified Chiron where no near-production car has gone before, topping 300mph (482.8km/h) at the recently-resurfaced Ehra-Lessien test track.
The company says its 300mph run spells the end of its obsession with top speed, having "shown several times that we build the fastest cars in the world".
Aston Vanquish 25 revealed: Ian Callum talks first independent project
There’s no doubt Ian Callum is one of the superstars of modern car design, having led styling for both Jaguar and Aston Martin.
When he announced his departure from JLR earlier this year – stating he had no intention to retire – the question was what he would turn his attentions to next.
Now we have the answer: a stylish raid on his own back catalogue.
Volkswagen has previewed its upcoming ID.3 electric hatchback one last time, ahead of its world premiere at the Frankfurt motor show on September 10.
Pictured once again in an eye-catching pink and teal wrap, the ID.3 is pitched by the company as the next major chapter of strategic importance – following the iconic Beetle and top-selling Golf.
2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo lands in Oz, priced from $484,888
Ferrari’s successor to the 488 GTB has landed in Australia, making its debut at a lavish event in Sydney last week. The Ferrari F8 Tributo will cost $484,888 plus on-road costs when it hits local showrooms early in 2020.
Powered by a 3.9-litre turbo V8 with an impressive 530kW of power at 8000rpm and an equally lavish 770Nm of torque at 3250rpm, the F8 Tributo is the most powerful V8 Ferrari ever made.
Former Uber engineer charged for stealing autonomous driving secrets
Anthony Levandowski, the former head of the self-driving car research program at Uber, has been indicted on 33 charges related to stealing secrets from his former employer Waymo, the autonomous driving arm of Google.
Federal prosecutors allege Levandowski downloaded 14,000 files, including circuit board layouts and LiDAR designs, from Google's self-driving vehicle division and stored them on a personal laptop.