It’s time to find out what our long-term Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) is like to drive – can a 4×4 capable of 156mpg really also be good to drive?
We’re running a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) on a long-term test. We’ve already looked at what we want to find out over six months, now we’re examining how the car works.
The Motorsport Industry Association’s (MIA) Energy Efficient Motorsport Conference 2016 focused on one main issue: what will the ‘Grid of the Future’ look like? A number of industry experts were on hand to give their views on this issue during the day.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle), with its amazing official combined fuel economy figure of 156.9mpg, and CO2 emissions of just 42g/km, is the UK’s best selling plug-in vehicle. We’ve got one to live with for six months so we can report back in detail about this game-changing 4×4.
Green Car Guide celebrated the opening of Tesla’s Manchester South Service Centre by being taken for a spin by the Autopilot in a Tesla Model S P90D.
The recent news about Volkswagen cheating emissions tests has thrown the whole issue of vehicle emissions into the spotlight, but there has been much inaccurate and confusing reporting of the whole emissions issue in the media, so here’s a user-friendly guide to vehicle emissions, and what car you should choose – diesel, petrol, or something else.
Can green cars also be fun? We say yes, and here are ten cars that attempt to prove that it’s possible to combine efficiency and driving enjoyment.
Based on its name, it’s fair to assume that the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power is all about Power. However once again this year, the cars that set the fastest times in the Supercars and Track Day Cars Class were the most efficient cars, not the most powerful.
A Green Car Guide visitor recently took Volkswagen to court for publishing that the Golf BlueMotion achieves 88.3mpg, but in real life, under simulated NEDC tests, the car consistently averaged only 61mpg.
Tesla barely existed ten years ago, yet the company is currently selling its amazing Model S electric super-saloon in the UK, and you can now buy one from the new Tesla store in Knutsford. If you’ve not visited a Tesla store yet, here are our top ten reasons why you should do so.