Conventionally powered petrol and diesel cars will remain with us until at least 2030 and short to medium-term carbon emissions reductions from the road transport sector will depend mainly on improving their performance.
A leading think-tank says that the market for ultra-low emission vehicles presents an unmissable window of opportunity for the British automotive industry.
Fuel consumption is the top priority for motorists with their next car purchase, with 27% saying they would be looking for a vehicle with better fuel consumption next time round.
Fiat study finds insurance reductions are the greatest incentive for people to drive more efficiently.
According to a new report, global production of electric cars
Electric and hybrid cars create more carbon emissions during their production than standard vehicles
A new survey suggests that 300,000 people will buy electric cars over the next three years, which could equate to