It’s fair to say that the EV segment is expanding rapidly. With manufacturer adoption and public interest increasing by the day, there are more and more battery-powered cars hitting the market – and there are several key new models on the way, too.
Vauxhall has announced pricing for its electric Vivaro-e Life which starts from £34,645 after the Government’s plug-in grant.
What is it? Audi has a bit of a knack for filling a niche. If you take a look at its current line-up of cars, you won’t see all that many gaps in between the models – and to ensure that remains the case with the e-tron, it has introduced this: the e-tron Sportback.
Skoda has unveiled its first electric SUV – the Enyaq.
What is it? The electric revolution is well and truly upon us. Big brands are now weighing in with plenty of new EVs, rushing in momentum as the looming restrictions on new petrol and diesel cars come into sight. Kia is no different.
Electric classic car creator Lunaz has unveiled new electric Rolls-Royce models – the first of their kind.
Porsche has given its Taycan electric saloon an update for 2021, bringing a series of changes and tweaks.
PSA Group has unveiled new plans for an electric car platform for larger vehicles.
Peugeot has revealed further details about its new e-Expert electric van.
Renault has delivered a new zero-emissions commercial solution by transforming its Zoe into a compact van.
Nissan has unveiled its new electric Ariya to the world following several concepts and teasers.
Kia and Hyundai have announced the start of a global competition to find 10 electric vehicle and battery start-ups for potential investment.
North-east residents have been encouraged to safely dispose of batteries in order to avoid the risk of fire.
Apple has formally committed to be “clearer and more upfront” with iPhone users about battery health and performance as part of a new agreement with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the department has said.
Apple’s latest iOS update for iPhone includes the controversial throttling feature that landed the company in hot water for slowing down older handsets last year.
A battery made from paper and powered by bacteria and spit could be a cheap, eco-friendly alternative to currently available commercial counterparts, according to scientists.
Battery maker Energizer has launched a range of long-life smartphones in the UK, some of which it claims can last more than two weeks on a single charge.
Apple has admitted it slows down some older iPhone handsets in order to protect the ageing battery.
Self-powered wearable technology may have moved a step closer to reality after researchers in the US developed a fabric-based battery powered entirely by bacteria.
Every now and then you’ll hear stories about smartphone batteries spontaneously exploding, but have you ever wondered what causes it?
A new kind of flexible “organic battery” could provide a more comfortable alternative to people fitted with pacemakers, say researchers.