The new Nissan Leaf is expected to have an improved aerodynamic design to enhance efficiency and range.
Around £4.5 million has been allocated to install 1,500 electric vehicle charge points across 25 boroughs in London.
Carmaker Audi is planning to cut its costs in a bid to fund a shift to electric cars, the Independent has reported.
BMW has revealed a new ‘scrappage scheme’ which will support drivers switching from diesel cars to cleaner models.
The first on-street charge point in Islington has been installed and can charge a vehicle in 30 minutes.
Carmakers in Germany are expected to agree on a plan which will cut harmful diesel emissions at a summit with politicians in Berlin, the BBC has reported.
Cenex has announced its plans for the development of the National Chargepoint Registry (NCR), working in partnership with green energy software systems specialist Apetrel Systems.
Electric vehicle charge points may be installed on BP forecourts after the firm’s chief executive set up a partnership with plug-in car manufacturers.
Production of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive is to stop later on this year, as the firm introduces its upcoming EQ branded range of EVs.
Thirteen new sites in Wandsworth Borough is set to have 41 charging points installed as part of the government’s £3 billion clean air strategy.
Plans to introduce electric charging points for taxis and phase out old black cabs have been approved by councillors.
Sono Motors has unveiled its SION solar powered electric vehicles, with its first deliveries expected to arrive in 2018.
A new £42 million fund has been launched which aims to help remove some of the most polluting diesels from London.
A new scheme which aims to make London a ‘fairer, greener, healthier’ city by encouraging the use of alternative transport modes has been announced by mayor, Sadiq Khan.
A few years ago, SUVs were unpopular due to their high fuel consumption, heavier bodies and larger displacement engines. But with the introduction of small SUVs and crossovers, modern SUVs are more agile and efficient, causing their popularity to surge. Ajay Natteri from Frost & Sullivan reports on this trend
Van drivers will be able to operate heavier electric or gas-powered vehicles without having to apply for a new licence, as part of moves to improve air quality in towns and cities across the country.
The recall of 22,000 Porsche’s has been announced by Germany’s transport minister in order to remove what is believed to be illegal emissions-controlling software.
The Royal Mail has signed an agreement with Peugeot to purchase 100 electric vans to be used as delivery vehicles.
More than 5,600 public charging points operated by Chargemaster will be using renewable energy by August 1st.
Local Authorities are tasked with playing a leading role in the UK Government’s plan to tackle roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations and improve air quality, announced yesterday.