Electric vehicle battery firm Britishvolt has announced that its global headquarters will be situated at a new location in the West Midlands.
Mercedes-Benz has released more information about its new electric eVito.
What is it? As we’re all aware, the electric segment is one which is quickly rising in importance as we approach a time when all new things petrol and diesel-powered will be outlawed. As a result, we’re getting some serious variety when it comes to EVs, with battery-powered cars of all shapes and sizes coming to market.
Today’s announcement by Boris Johnson that sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans will be phased out by 2030 means that electric vehicles are going to become a more important part of our driving lives very shortly.
London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) has announced its first official conversion partner for its VN5 van.
It’s likely that over the next few years electric vehicles will become an even more crucial part of how we get from A to B. As more emphasis is put upon drivers to make the switch from petrol and diesel to EV, motorists will need to get up to speed with an altogether different set of requirements.
Fewer than one in twelve car owners expect their next car to be an electric one despite the government’s expected announcement of the ban of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030, new research has shown.
Ford has lifted the lid on its new E-Transit, bringing an electric powertrain to the world’s best-selling van.
BMW has unveiled its new electric iX SUV which is set to take its place atop the firm’s range of EVs.
Just one in six English councils have installed on-street electric car charging points in residential areas, according to an investigation by the AA.
Hyundai has updated its popular Kona Electric, bringing a noticeable design upgrade as well as introducing additional safety equipment.
Polestar has issued a recall for its electric ‘2’ model due to issues with the car’s battery inverters.
The registrations of electric, plug-in and hybrid cars were higher than diesel cars across Europe for the first time last month, according to new figures released today.
Porsche has fitted new, larger batteries to its Cayenne E-Hybrid models resulting in an increase in electric range across the line-up.
Nissan is injecting some added appeal into its electric Leaf, adding more equipment as well as a new entry-level specification for the long-range model.
What is it? Mercedes-Benz is on an EV offensive and, over the next few years, plans to bring a vast swathe of electric models to market. Affecting each area of the firm’s line-up, these plans are a sign of the times as manufacturers move towards electric and away from conventional powertrains.
Renault has showcased its vision for the future with this – the Megane eVision concept.
The current car market is starting to fill up with electric vehicles as different manufacturers bring their own models into production. With governments across the world incentivising EVs – and bringing into force more stringent emissions regulations for diesel and petrol-powered cars – it’s little wonder why car makers are starting to make the switch.
Volkswagen’s latest electric car – the ID.3 – will gain several new variants which will bring the entry price point down to £29,990.
What is it? This car – the new ID.3 – is quite a crucial one for Volkswagen. As its first ground-up electric model, it represents a voyage into a completely EV future, and when the German firm starts throwing names like ‘Beetle’ and ‘Golf’ into a car’s comparisons, you know things are getting serious.Which is why the ID.3 really needs to be good. It’s the first car in what will become a long line of I.D-badged electric vehicles for Volkswagen and as such, it’s a car which needs to succeed. We’ve been behind the wheel to see if it can do it.
A classic vehicle restoration firm has released an electric interpretation of the classic MG B Roadster.
The electric vehicle segment is expanding at a rapid pace. Nearly every manufacturer is producing – or at least developing – their own EVs in order to stay competitive. It means that, as time passes, more and more electric vehicles are hitting the market.
The UK’s first EV energy tariff and charging cost comparison site has been launched, aiming to save electric vehicle owners money.
Ford has unveiled an uprated version of its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV – the Mach-E GT.
Volkswagen has finally revealed its ID.4 electric SUV after several weeks of teasers.
MG has introduced a pair of new electrified models, bolstering the firm’s low-emissions presence.
Vauxhall has confirmed pricing and specifications for its new Mokka and electric Mokka-e.
Volkswagen has released a new teaser of its upcoming ID.4 electric SUV, giving a closer look at the upcoming model’s light design.
Lotus has given a closer look at its latest Evija model through the release of a new video as well as further details about the electric hypercar.
New research has discovered the most electric car-friendly motorways in the UK.