These are our Top 10 Green Company Cars for business drivers who spend much of their time on a motorway, so low emissions, low Benefit in Kind tax rates and high real-life fuel economy are important, along with comfort, stability and good performance.
These are Green Car Guides Top 10 Green Cars. These are the cars that we would buy with our own money. They are included here if they are efficient AND they are great cars to drive, NOT because they have the highest official combined miles per gallon figure.
These are the Top 10 Best MPG Cars. These are all cars that run on petrol or diesel, even though some can also be plugged in to the mains in which case the official miles per gallon figure may be very high, and difficult to achieve in real-life driving.
Electric cars make complete sense for drivers who cover short distances and have the ability to recharge at home and/or at work. Heres our top 10 Electric Cars, including Extended-Range Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrids.
Hybrid cars can genuinely offer high levels of fuel economy if driven carefully. You can now choose from an increasing range of petrol-electric hybrids and diesel-electric hybrids – heres our top 10 list.
If you want a 4×4 that can provide extra reassurance in winter weather and cope with some mild off-roading, but that is also economical, then take a look at our Top 10 Green 4x4s list.
Looking for a car that is great to drive but also efficient? Yes, you can have fun and efficiency – check out our Top 10 Green Drivers’ Cars.
The 2014 MIA Low Carbon Motorsport Conference debated the latest developments in the industry ranging from Lord Drayson's Electric Land Speed Record to heat recovery systems.
The Jaguar C-X75 was the concept car that was never to be made. Labelled Formula Student for grown-ups by a student engineer at this years Low Carbon Motorsport Conference, Mike Gallery of Jaguar Land Rover and Paul Newsome of Williams Advanced Engineering described, with boy-like glee, the opportunity of a lifetime.
The FIA Formula E electric car racing series is still 10 months away from its first race, but the organisers are already keen to assess the impact that their championship might have on the general public, and on attitudes towards electric vehicles in general.