Here are the Top 10 Green Cars from the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, with performance plug-in hybrids from the likes of Porsche and BMW being the big news.
MIA Low Carbon Racing Conference 2013, Europes leading conference for Low Carbon, High Performance Technology: event review from media partner Green Car Guide.
Why is a stuffed fish a reason for the new McLaren P1 being one of the fastest and most capable cars on the planet? Frank Stephenson, Design Director at McLaren, reveals all, by explaining the importance of biomimicry design influenced by nature - in the P1's development.
Theres just over one week to go to LCV2013, the UKs leading low carbon vehicle event - heres a summary of the seminar programme and other latest news about this event.
How do you decide how green a car is? Do you look at its miles per gallon? If so, what about electric cars? - as they dont have a miles per gallon figure. What about the energy that goes into the manufacture of batteries in hybrids and EVs?
The first public showing of a new Caterham sports car will take place at LCV2013. Find out more below about Caterham and the latest news from other low carbon automotive exhibitors at the UKs leading low carbon vehicle event.
The Automotive Cleantech Conference, run by Cleantech Investor, focused on investment opportunities in the low carbon vehicle sector; some of the presentations are summarised below.
The 2013 Cholmondeley Pageant of Power was packed full of an amazingly diverse range of crazy racing cars, with a grand total of zero green cars amongst them, showing that speed, noise and jaw-dropping looks are still the crowd pullers.
The many ways in which cars have improved over the last 40 years was highlighted at the recent Northern Group of Motoring Writers (NGMW) 40th Anniversary event, when various cars spanning this time period were available to drive.
Car dashboards being replaced by iPads and a new UK Advanced Propulsion Centre were two of the ideas highlighted at the 2013 Niche Vehicle Network Symposium which took place on 19 March at the Heritage Centre at Gaydon.