The Nissan e-NV200 WORKSPACe is the world’s first all-electric mobile office, thanks to a collaboration with UK-based design workshop Studio Hardie.
In a significant move for the electric car industry, Audi is taking up a factory-backed commitment in the all-electric Formula E racing series, and terminating its FIA WEC commitment, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, at the end of the 2016 season.
A Mazda 2 1.5d achieved 91.37mpg in this year’s MPG Marathon, the best overall figure from a conventional internal combustion engine.
You can now drive an electric Nissan LEAF 24kWh Acenta for just £175 per month by taking advantage of a new Nissan deal on a used model.
A MINI plug-in hybrid model is to be launched, featuring a combustion engine and an electric motor, allowing purely electric propulsion for the first time in a MINI.
The 2016 e-Rallye Monte-Carlo saw Renault ZOEs combine second and third places overall with victory in the all-electric vehicle class.
A plug-in grant for electric motorcycles is soon to be available, with the price of each vehicle being reduced by £1,500 or 20% of the total purchase cost, whichever is the smaller number.
A £10 million investment in EV charging has been announced by the government as the year-to-date plug-in car registrations total has passed the sector’s full-year 2015 total.
Sales of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV have topped the 25,000 mark in the UK, accounting for approximately half of the total number of plug-in hybrids registered in the UK since the very first of such vehicles were registered in 2010.
The LowCVP and EA Technology have announced the launch of a new EV Network (EVN) Group which will bring together key stakeholders from the low carbon automotive and electricity supply sectors with the aim of ensuring that rapid electric vehicle uptake is not constrained by its impacts on the UK’s power grid.