The Michelin Challenge Bibendum is the worlds leading showcase of the latest green cars, so what were the highlights of this years event held in Berlin?
The Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid is a four-wheel drive estate, which, according to official figures, is capable of 150 mpg along with 49 g/km CO2 emissions; Green-Car-Guide.com was one of the first media in the world to drive the prototype.
You can now place an order for an all-electric Range Rover, and Green-Car-Guide has driven a final pre-production car.
The future of hybrid and electric vehicles was revealed at the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Conference (HEVC) 2011; for the second year, Green Car Guide was the only media in attendance, so heres our user-friendly summary of the key points that you need to know.
Lotus is best known for producing driver-focused sports cars, so what happens when the company combines this expertise with the development of an electric car?
Green-Car-Guide has taken part in an economy challenge to see if its possible to drive from the UK to Volvo Snowbombing, a huge music party at the ski slopes in Austria, on one tank of fuel so did we make it...?
This is your guide to the most important green cars that are likely to be coming your way over the next few months and years, all of which are being showcased at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
The EV Cup is the worlds first racing series for zero emission electric vehicles, and the Rt. Hon. Lord Drayson has announced that his team, Drayson Racing, will compete in the series.
Volvo invited Green-Car-Guide to its Gothenburg HQ to discuss the firms electric car programme, and in particular to be amongst the first to see the V60 plug-in hybrid an all-wheel drive estate with 640 Nm torque and emissions of just 49 g/km CO2.
Motorsport must go low carbon - and there are significant business opportunities associated with this change.