The chancellor says investment will "prepare the ground" for the cars to be on UK roads by 2021.
Here is what we already know about changes to your finances ahead of a second Budget of the year.
The chancellor is expected to announce plans to examine the idea in Wednesday's Budget.
Philip Hammond will use the Budget to "attack problems" that lost the Tories votes, a former minister tells Newsnight.
Several firms are reported to be interested in parts of 21st Century Fox, but would Murdoch really sell?
Carillion, the UK's second biggest construction firm, warns on profits for the third time in a year.
The UK's biggest car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is testing driverless cars on public roads.
More than a million credit card users have had their limits increased without asking.
Supermarket meat supplier 2 Sisters had a "far from pristine" track record at one of its sites, MPs say.
Up to 80% of tax credits for research subsidises spending which would have happened anyway, report says.
The online gambling operation has extended its multi-million pound deal with the English Football League.
Sky led the FTSE 100 higher on Friday on reports two firms are eyeing 21st Century Fox's stake in the company.
Critics say the proposal is a give-away to big business and the wealthy.
The country's central bank says the move will protect it from "a permanent drop in oil and gas prices".
The government potentially lost out on £107m from 755,000 unlicensed vehicles in the past year, data shows.
Lloyd Blankfein tweets that many want a "confirming vote" on a "monumental and irreversible" decision.
As a painting is sold for a record $450m in New York, experts urge "extreme caution" over investing in art.
The German industrial group's job cuts will come mostly in its fossil fuels division.
EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou discusses why he's started an award for disabled entrepreneurs in the UK.
Despite leaving school with no GCSEs, Louchavan Lemard has been named Black Business Man of 2017.
Munaf Kapadia found a unique way to tear his mother away from the television - by making her his head chef in his pop-up restaurant business.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
With the fastest growing mobile phone market in the world, sub-Saharan Africa is a target market for the video games industry.
Sarah Beeny says Britain does not have a housing shortage, but an "affordable housing shortage".
Airbus has struck its biggest single deal with an order for 430 aircraft worth $49.5bn
A new research lab is looking to find the best ways to train robots to work with people.
A London firm set up to help people with disabilities find appropriate accommodation is bought by Airbnb.
The bakery firm apologises for an image promoting an advent calendar which upset some Christians.
Jeff Kurosaki and Tara Pelletier set up their vegan skincare firm to fund their art, now it makes nearly $1m a year.
A growing number of young men are using cosmetics and big brands are embracing the trend.
Which is the best insurance technology for young drivers: Black box or dash cam?
A simple innovation is helping to cut supermarkets' refrigeration costs by 15%.
Ryan Johnson's low-cost movie props are proving popular among a new generation of filmmakers
The Swedish hi-tech firm at the forefront of using 3D printing to create human ears, noses and other body parts.
The United Arab Emirates' space research is turning to growing food on Mars.
University founder in Ghana wins major international education award.
Despite some difficult economic headwinds this year's Dubai Airshow is set for a record number of visitors as well as displays from the Chinese air force's aerobatics team, writes Tim Bowler.
A shortage of weather data is holding back many African economies. Some start-ups are changing this.
The Indian social enterprise that's building public toilets and using poo power to pay for their sustainability
Eric Roy developed a powerful new water filter for homes after a major contamination scandal.
Boom Supersonic boss Blake Scholl says new technology means supersonic flight has a commercial future.