The US Air force's A-10 Warthog is known for being a jet that can take serious punishment and is heavily armoured and armed with cannons, bombs and missiles.
The route runs for nearly 9,000 kilometres (5,550 miles) through three countries, across desert dunes, mountain trails, flooded rivers and salt flats.
Executives of the Japanese automaker are returning a part of their salaries to show remorse over illegal vehicle inspections.
Cycling UK wants the blame of a crash involving self-driving cars to lay with the software engineer and manufacturer.
US automaker in global recall following concerns over fuel tanks fitted in the vehicles.
Ferraris worth £140 million ($184m) are on show at Ferrari: Under the Skin, an exhibition at London's Design Museum to mark the 70th anniversary of the automotive marque.
Tech giant is partnering with the largest auto dealership chain in the US in its push to produce self-driving cars for wide use.
Yamaha built a robot that can ride their sports bikes and tested its capabilities as a racer against one of the best riders in the world.
The Silicon Valley tech firm is reportedly in talks to set up a factory in Shanghai's free trade zone.
The insurance package offered by Tesla will take into account the car's built-in safety features like the Autopilot.
The all-electric bike will be deployed by Russian police during the Fifa World Cup next year.
Electric carmaker subject of two lawsuits citing discrimination and unfair dismissal at its Fremont factory.
Six TX5 cabs arrive in the UK capital with a hybrid electric-petrol build, on-board Wi-Fi and support for ride-hailing apps like MyTaxi and Gett.
Is training AI to behave like average humans the best way to teach it ethics and morality? MIT researchers think it is a good place to start.
Automaker's car division, and trucks and heavy vehicles unit would become legally independent entities under one corporate umbrella.