The rapid spread of coronavirus raised fears of a pandemic on Friday, with countries on three continents reporting their first cases and Swiss authorities cancelling the giant Geneva car show.
Car behemoth Volkswagen will face a German court on Monday, as hundreds of thousands of owners of manipulated diesel cars demand compensation four years after the country’s largest
BMW and its partner Great Wall Motor said they plan to build a plant in China with a capacity of 160,000 cars per year, and which will produce BMW’s electric Mini brand and Great Wall Motor models.
The Sharjah Police operation room received an information about a fire incident in Al Khan. Police patrols and ambulances were dispatched to the site.
In an astonishing photo, a gold older-generation Roll-Royce Phantom was seen with a taxi sticker on it. The gold cab with a yellow number plate being carried on a truck has gone viral on social media.
Al Ghandi Auto, the sole retailer for Cadillac in United Arab Emirates and GMC and Chevrolet dealer for Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has launched its Stay At Home courtesy service in a bid to curb social interaction and limit the spread of COVID-19.
New car sales in Britain dived 44 per cent last month as the country’s lockdown triggered by the coronavirus outbreak shut show rooms, industry data showed on Monday.
The car was moving slowly on the left lane of the Interstate 15 freeway. The vehicle heaved in sight of a switched-on trooper, Rick Morgan, who activated his siren. The driver neatly pulled over to the side of the road.
The Al Qubaisi sisters, Amna and Hamda, are the daughters of the UAE’s first motorsport star, Khaled Al Qubaisi.