Mar 08, 2013 04:53 EST
Huge engine power and speed records remain the name of the game for the many luxury vehicles on prominent display at the International Geneva Motor Show this week.
Feb 28, 2013 22:43 EST
California police said they have arrested a man suspected in a shooting and multiple car crash that left three people dead on the famed Las Vegas Strip last week.
Feb 21, 2013 18:41 EST
Three people were killed in a shooting and fiery car crash Thursday on the Las Vegas Strip, police said, warning that the suspected shooters remained at large and were "armed and dangerous."
Feb 21, 2013 15:26 EST
Three people were killed and at least four others injured in a shooting and multiple car crash on the renowned Las Vegas Strip early Thursday, police said.
Feb 21, 2013 11:11 EST
At least three people were killed and three others injured in a "rolling shootout" and multiple car crash on the renowned Las Vegas strip early Thursday, city police said.
Feb 14, 2013 06:33 EST
Oscar Pistorius is one of the world's most recognisable sportsmen and an inspirational figure the world over after he became the first double-amputee to compete at both the Olympics and Paralympics last year.
Jan 30, 2013 12:48 EST
Italian auto giant Fiat on Wednesday reported a profitable 2012 largely due to increased sales for its US partner Chrysler which Fiat said would come under its full ownership as soon as possible.
Jan 30, 2013 10:58 EST
Italian auto giant Fiat on Wednesday reported its net profit in the fourth quarter rose to 388 million euros ($525 million) from 265 million euros the year before and said it was aiming for profits of up to 1.5 billion euros this year.
Dec 18, 2012 08:29 EST
Malaysia Airlines on Tuesday said it will buy 36 new ATR turboprop aircraft for more than $900 million as it looks to boost profits by further expanding its regional and domestic networks.
Dec 12, 2012 15:41 EST
South African Oscar Pistorius, who became the first disabled runner to compete in the Olympics when he ran in the 400 metres, beat Arab horse Maserati in the 'run like the wind' race here on Wednesday.
Aug 22, 2012 06:05 EDT
Arsenal defender Andre Santos was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a car chase the day before the club's first Premier League game of the season, police said.
Jul 31, 2012 09:53 EDT
Italian auto giant Fiat on Tuesday said its net profit in the second quarter plunged to 358 million euros ($440 million) despite a rise in trading profits due to its newly-acquired US arm Chrysler.
Jul 03, 2012 17:06 EDT
The Italian godfather of car design, Sergio Pininfarina, renowned for crafting sleek Ferrari race cars and revolutionising the common auto, died in Italy's motoring capital Turin on Tuesday aged 85.
Jun 01, 2012 13:10 EDT
Italian vehicle company Fiat offered new car buyers Friday the chance to purchase fuel at one euro (around $1.24) a litre, about half the current price in Italy, for up to three years.
May 25, 2012 11:13 EDT
Ferrari's reputation in China took another blow on Friday when the country's quality watchdog said the luxury sports car manufacturer would have to recall 56 imported vehicles because of a defect.
Apr 22, 2012 09:25 EDT
Wealthy Iranians are fuelling an unprecedented luxury car boom despite sanctions hurting their economy, paying up to $360,000 for high-end autos, according to showroom employees and reports on Sunday.
Apr 16, 2012 15:12 EDT
Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic is well-known to traffic police in his native Queensland for the bright orange BMW coupe that has landed him in repeated trouble with the law.
Jan 24, 2012 02:14 EST
NAIROBI (Reuters) - In a cafe on the terrace of a Nairobi mall, well-heeled Kenyans sip coffee as shoppers in the car park navigate between BMW X5s, Toyota Land Cruisers and Mercedes. A nearby cinema last month advertised an array of Hollywood fare including Brad Pitt's "Moneyball."
Jan 12, 2012 02:33 EST
Technology lovers stopped and stared as the world's first high-performance hybrid luxury sedan glided silently down a street outside the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Dec 08, 2011 03:35 EST
BEIJING (Reuters) - Charitable donations in China have plunged more than 80 percent because of public mistrust in the wake of recent allegations that some charities have misused money, media reported on Thursday.