BMW was announced as the overall winner of the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards at a packed gala dinner hosted by Cenex-LCV in Milton Keynes last night.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has revealed the shortlist for the 2014 Low Carbon Champions Awards. The Awards will be presented at a dinner during the Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) Event.
Toyota has reached an important production staging post in its programme to launch its first fuel cell vehicle, gaining government-approved status to build and inspect high-pressure hydrogen tanks.
In a first for the UEFA Champions League, Nissan, the official global automotive sponsor of Europe’s most prestigious club football competition, is bringing all-electric vehicles to the official UEFA vehicle fleet.
This is the first glimpse of the new Suzuki Vitara which will get its maiden public outing at the Paris Motorshow in October.
Tesla is disruptive with a capital ‘D’, and its latest warning shot across the bows of the car industry will have executives around the world scratching their heads.
Lexus’s newest crossover is now available to order with first deliveries in October.
Whilst policy makers are still firmly focussed on reducing the emissions from the exhaust pipe, car manufacturers are already a step ahead and are actively reducing the emissions produced from the manufacturing process to improve the life-cycle emissions.
Electric vehicles will feature strongly in this year’s MPG Marathon for the first time – but the drivers will have to plan their recharging points carefully if they want to finish first in their class.
Jaguar has already released the headline grabbing fuel economy target of 75 mpg for the most efficient XE, but it knows that to take on the BMW 3 Series and the gang it needs to be the most advanced Jaguar ever built.