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New Scheme Cuts Traffic Congestion in Tehran by 35%

The newly launched traffic scheme has reduced traffic jam by 30-35 percent in the capital, Mardan Heidari, an official with traffic and transport affairs at Tehran Municipality has announced.

Iranian Researchers Develop High-Precision Licence Plate Reader

An Iranian group of academic experts has produced a homegrown smart system of licence plate readers with the unmatched accuracy of above 99 percent.

Iran’s Defence Ministry to Help Carmakers Overcome Sanctions

Iran’s defence minister says the country’s military engineers are ready to help carmakers overcome problems caused by the US sanctions.

Iranian-Built 1930 Mercedes Benz Looks Perfectly Original

A man from Isfahan in central Iran has built from the ground up a handmade copy of a rare vintage car, a luxurious 1930 Mercedes-Benz.

Vintage Car Show Held in Iran’s Isfahan

An exhibition of vintage cars was recently held in the city of Isfahan in central Iran, attracting a huge number of visitors and tourists in a rainy weekend day.

Iranian Car Designer Builds Nice Copy of Lamborghini

A talented Iranian youth has managed to design and build a high-quality version of Lamborghini Murciélago in the northwestern city of Tabriz.

Trump’s Anti-Iran Sanctions to Lead Nowhere: Shamkhani

A senior security official says the US strategy of using sanctions to force the Iranian people to cave into its demands will lead nowhere, just as the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein failed to impose his will on Iran during the 1980s Iran-Iraq war.

France’s Peugeot Urged to Pay Penalty for Leaving Iran

An Iranian deputy minister said French automaker Peugeot has to pay penalty for backing out of a contract it had already signed with Iran.

Iran President Urges Immediate Action against Corruption in Car Importation

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has called on the Judiciary to seriously deal with the recent offences and financial corruption in importing automobiles.

Renault to Stay in Iran despite US Sanctions: CEO

Renault says it will stay in Iran despite the fresh sanctions that the US is planning to impose on the Islamic Republic.