The 2019 Geneva Motor Show was the first ever motorshow where the most newsworthy cars were all electric. There were lots of EVs on show, some were production-ready, but some seemed to be last minute attempts to have an EV concept on display, with virtually no technical details confirmed.
The latest electric vehicles were available for Manchester-based businesses to try out at the Go Electric Ride & Drive event organised by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) in Bolton 27 February 2019.
Images of hundreds of people stuck in their cars overnight on snowy roads have filled the news headlines over the last few days in the UK, yet there is one easy way to avoid all this chaos. How long will it take for this solution to be implemented?
Here are our Top 10 new Electric Vehicles (EVs) due to be launched in 2019.
Question: How do you enjoy the grip of winter tyres without having to swap your normal tyres every year? Answer: By fitting all-season tyres. So, what are all-season tyres, and what happens when you fit them on a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and drive it on sheet ice?
Local air quality and CO2 emissions from transport are two of the most pressing challenges for the environment and our health, so who are the people and organisations that are making a real difference with lowering emissions?
Cenex-LCV2018, which took place at Millbrook Proving Ground on 12-13 September, featured displays of the latest low emission vehicle technology, a range of vehicles to drive, and an extensive conference agenda – as well as hosting day two of the Prime Minister’s Zero Emission Vehicle Summit.
The Prime Minister, UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Greg Clark, and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Industry & Energy Richard Harrington, all attended the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit that took place in Birmingham on 11 September 2018 – suggesting that electric vehicles are a genuine priority for the government.
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Cities such as Manchester are about to experience a revolution in how people move around, with Electric, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles playing a key role. The University of Salford hosted a Connected & Autonomous Vehicles Conference which looked at how transport in Manchester – and other cities – is likely to change over the coming years.