After a decade of runaway car sales, Chinese cities are threatened by dangerous levels of pollution and traffic congestion.
With an investment of more than $400m, Austin, Texas hopes to become the home of F1 racing in the US. Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, the FT's media editor, travelled to the city to investigate reigning champion Sebastian Vettel's question, " Does America really care?" Related article: http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/c5d0cdcc-1c5b-11e2-a63b-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2AuroBIrK
The technology and engineering of the most expensive road cars is increasingly catching up with that used in top-level motor racing. What is lacking for most owners is the opportunity to show exactly what these supercars can do, which is where the FT's 900-mile Run to Monaco comes in
The technology and engineering of the most expensive road cars is increasingly catching up with that used in top-level motor racing. What is lacking for most owners is the opportunity to show exactly what these supercars can do, which is where the FT's 900-mile Run to Monaco comes in. Rohit Jaggi reports.
Fiat's shares fell after the Italian carmaker reported rising debt and forecast a gloomy outlook in Europe. Lex's Richard Stovin-Bradford and Nikki Tait analyse Fiat's numbers
The high-profile, high-speed plan by UK carmaker Lotus to field a wide range of supercars may have stalled amid management and other changes, but its supercharged Evora S shows some of the characteristics that could still propel it to success. Rohit Jaggi tests it on the varied roads of France
Mumbai bureau chief James Crabtree takes a test ride on an Aston Martin, the latest luxury car entrant to the Indian market. He ponders why India's rich will buy cars like these despite a hefty price tag and the often poor state of roads. For more news and analysis from India: http://www.ft.com/world/asia-pacific/india For more video content from the Financial Times visit: http://www.ft.com/video http://www.FT.com/
http://www.FT.com/ With its unique mix of glamour, romance and history, the Monaco Grand Prix has long been seen as the iconic event in the Formula One calender. But can the principality see off the challenge from newer races such as the Singapore Grand Prix and stay ahead of the pack?
To view the full video go to: http://www.ft.com/ferrari http://www.FT.com/wealth Ferrari's historic and valuable 250 GT Berlinetta Tour de France and the Italian car manufacturer's current 458 Italia are separated by more than half a century but have a number of similarities that increase driving enjoyment -- and road safety.
http://www.FT.com/ At the moment, China's car buyers usually purchase new vehicles, but a market for used cars is starting to develop. The FT's Patti Waldmeir visits a luxury second hand car market to investigate. For more video content from the FT, visit the Financial Times video section at: http://www.ft.com/video