The car is arguably one of the most transformative objects ever designed and the new exhibition at the V&A is a crowd pleaser. But it still offers a serious interrogation of the subject.
It was the car that drove Italy’s economic miracle – but it never escaped the sense that its designers were having a bit of a laugh
Does the future of transport lie in autonomous vehicles? We find out how transportation will change the world with professor Dale Harrow from the RCA
The architect talks to Peter Smisek about how transport will shape the cities of the future, and why total connectivity might not be as desirable as it sounds
A two-day conference in Rotterdam featuring Rem Koolhaas revealed the European car industry to be confident in its future, but cautious about veering too far outside its comfort zone, says Peter Smisek
Germany once ruled the auto industry, but all that’s left today are nods to history, macho fascias, broad haunches, sagging sides – and cheating on emissions tests, says John Jervis
There are few things more graceful than a classic sports car. So why are today's machines so spectacularly vulgar?
Few things make a New Yorker's blood boil more than a ticket on the windshield. Is it time for parking rules to be displayed in a calmer, clearer, perhaps even more charming manner?
The Volkswagen Beetle crawled out from its dark origins in the Nazi era to travel the world, go bananas on the big screen, and truly live up to its name
What does the role of cars in film tell us about the grip the automobile has on our imagination? Debika Ray sifts through the film clips