Tag : – Electric Vehicle
Second in the new DS model assault, the DS 3 turns SUV, and Martyn Collins reckons it’s the brand’s most convincing model yet.
Audi’s bid for EV early adoption glory starts with a promising – if expensive – SUV, says Craig Thomas.
Kia has confirmed its next major electric vehicle (EV), due circa 2020, will offer a range in excess of 300 miles and will likely be equipped … Read More »
Conventional styling and more boot space are key e-Niro attractions, reckons Martyn Collins.
Dyson has confirmed plans to construct its first automotive manufacturing facility in Singapore, with the first production car to roll off the line in 2021.
Does Jaguar’s first electric car meet expectations? Jonathan Musk finds out…
Is Nissan’s trailblazer still ahead of the electric pack? Alex Grant finds out.
A British startup claims to have a solution for the 11.6m UK households currently unable to charge an EV at home, using retractable telescopic charge posts.
Latest forecasts by CEBR show nearly 60% of vehicles in London will be electric in just 12 years time.
A fleet of 200 electric Jaguar I-Pace are to be used as a luxury chauffeur service operating to and from Heathrow airport.
Average selling prices for electric vehicles shot up 41% in the first quarter of 2018, outperforming the market, while diesel values held steady.
Potential electric car buyers are increasingly confused and frustrated over their online experience, according to analysis by Sophus3.
An increase in EV charging sessions to more than half a million were witnessed by NewMotion in 2017, latest figures reveal.
Deposits are now being taken for Audi’s fully electric e-tron SUV ahead of its launch later this year.
Dyson is looking to employ a further 300 people in “automotive” positions, as it works towards developing its first electric vehicle.
Jaguar has revealed pricing, a near-300-mile range and final production specification for its first electric vehicle; the I-Pace.
Hyundai has revealed the electric version of the Kona compact SUV, confirming a range of almost 300 miles under the new WLTP cycle and rapid 100kW … Read More »
Plans to launch a 200-strong UK rapid charge network from this spring are being bolstered with a further 400 units to go live this year.
Dutch charging firm Allego along with Nordic charge point operator Fortum Charge & Drive are planning to develop a pan-European interoperable charging network, focusing on metropolitan … Read More »
A total of 10 million EVs could be on Britain’s roads by 2035, putting the market well on the way to meeting government targets without impacting … Read More »
Jaguar has hinted that it could offer multiple battery options of its first electric car, the I-Pace SUV, providing lower-cost versions which could broaden its appeal … Read More »
The European EU-LIVE consortium has revealed a new electrified mobility solution for the L5e category – a segment in-between two and four wheels with speeds of … Read More »
A new electric vehicle telematics solution has launched to enable fleets to complete more journeys between charges and eliminate range anxiety.
Electric vehicle charge points at Warner Leisure Hotels are proving to be a welcome addition to the hotel chain’s services, the company said.
Smart’s first four-seat EV is clever, but compromised, says Alex Grant.
The first four sites have been secured by eVcentres, who plan to develop solar-powered, fully off-grid electric vehicle charging centres in the UK with up to … Read More »
Fareham-based Taylor Made Computer Solutions is switching to an all-electric fleet as it looks to slash its carbon footprint.
The carbon impact of electric vehicles has dramatically reduced as renewable sources of energy replace coal on the power system, new research finds.