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e-Tron: Audi’s big all-electric SUV isn’t cheap, but once you’re on board you see why. The cabin is beautifully built, and performance is impressive

The proposed programme for government states an intention to copper-fasten, with legislation, the proposal to ban sales of all petrol- and diesel-engi(...)

Emergency lighting specialist Ventilux’s   temperature scanner  can capture data from people on the move.

Two of the most obvious examples of companies pivoting to meet immediate Covid-19 needs are alcohol producers using their raw materials to make saniti(...)

The power output of the charger is one thing, but the ability of the car and its battery to be able to draw down that power is quite another.

A potentially important Rubicon has been crossed in our transition to electric motoring – electric cars are now covering more kilometres each year tha(...)

The first written document about a Stora operation, a Swedish copper mine, dates back to 1288. Since then, the company – now Finland-based paper, pulp(...)

Annalise Murphy: “You just don’t know. There’s no certainty. Two months ago I was basically counting down the days to the Olympics . . ..Now it’s just . . . who knows?” Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

We interrupt this interview to bring you Annalise Murphy’s just-invented recipe for a scone for one. Seems only fair, since this interview interrupted(...)

Toyota, Renault, Hyundai, Volkswagen and Volvo are among those that have opened or are preparing to restart production at sites closed last month

Several of the world’s top carmakers are reopening plants in Europe after a month-long shutdown following the coronavirus outbreak. Toyota, Renault, (...)

Cars sales are picking up again in China with some sales apparently coming from the fact that people are now more nervous of using public transport.

In what may be of some comfort to Irish car dealers, initial reports from China are that the market for new cars is steadily returning to normality. (...)

Wicklow town. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

What’s so good about it? Now that Dublin’s commuter belt has expanded its parameters, house-hunters are moving even farther from the city centre in s(...)

Kostal, which was set up by Leopold Kostal in 1912, is a leading supplier of automotive electrical systems with turnover of €2.6 billion in 2018 and operations at 46 locations in 21 countries employing some 20,000 people.

One of Munster’s largest employers, German automotive electrical systems manufacturer, Kostal is to suspend production at its Cork and Limerick plants(...)

Carmakers are tightening their belts at the prospect of weeks without revenues in Europe and the US. Photograph: Getty

Volvo Cars said its Chinese business had returned to “normal”, offering a ray of hope to European and US carmakers that have shuttered operations in t(...)

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