electric

Syndicate Post image
Motoring

First Drive: The Mercedes-Benz EQC takes on premium EV rivals

18/11/2020

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.

Syndicate Post image
Motoring

The key things to know about electric vehicles

16/11/2020

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.

Syndicate Post image
Motoring

These are the latest EVs to look out for this year

14/10/2020

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.

Syndicate Post image
Motoring

First Drive: Is the I.D 3 the gamechanger Volkswagen believes it is?

09/10/2020

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.

Syndicate Post image
Motoring

The key things to know about EVs

07/10/2020

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.