The UK government has announced that it will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2040. But is that realistic for an electrified car market?
The Tesla Model 3 has gone into production as the electric car manufacturer gears up for the launch of its planned mass-seller.
MG is set to build its first sports car since 2011, if the MG E-Motion concept is anything to go by.
Toyota unveiled the Yaris GRMN hot hatch and an autonomous commuter concept vehicle called i-Tril at the Geneva motor show earlier this month.
Kia unveiled two new additions to its hybrid family at the Geneva motor show; both the Niro and Optima Sportswagon will be available as plug-in hybrids.
The Renault ZOE is the latest version of the electric supermini with a new battery extending its range into practical territory.
Nissan has added a new limited-production LEAF Black Edition to its electric vehicle range, available from now until August.
The Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e and Jaguar I-Pace are both concepts but demonstrate how all aspects of the auto industry are looking to an electric future.
British motorists have some 83 different low-emission cars and vans to choose – but they need more incentives to switch from petrol and diesel alternatives.
The next Nissan Leaf electric car will be built with the brand’s newly-developed ProPilot technology, enabling autonomous driving on single-lane roads.
BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford and the Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche are planning a network of high-powered DC charging outlets on throughout Europe.
New automotive brand Nio has made its debut in London with the unveiling of what is claimed to be the world’s fastest electric car.
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