Jim Farley, president and CEO of Ford EMEA, opened last week’s FT Future of the Car Summit by observing that his company is in the process of transitioning from a car manufacturer to a mobility provider. “That’s easy to say but hard to do when allocating budgets,” he conceded, noting that day-to-day competition remains a top priority.
The question that Green Car Guide gets asked more than any other at the moment is “Should I buy a diesel car?”. Most people assume the answer will be “No, you shouldn’t buy a diesel car”, but the correct answer is “It depends on your driving patterns.”
Here are Green Car Guide’s Top 10 Green Cars at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, including electric, hybrid, hydrogen and ICE powertrains.
Car manufacturers are announcing new EVs with larger capacity batteries on a regular basis, but can the UK’s local electricity networks cope with charging such vehicles?
The 2017 Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) Energy Efficient Motorsport Conference confirmed that motorsport is heading for a low emissions future, but that technology will also be a key component.
Thinking of buying an electric car? A pure electric vehicle, a plug-in hybrid or a range-extender? Before you buy, read our reviews of all electric cars on sale in the UK.
What will be the future role of internal combustion engines as EVs and hydrogen vehicles move in from the margins?
Last year’s dieselgate scandal, in which Volkswagen admitted cheating during official emissions tests, has put the efficiency claims of all carmakers in the spotlight bringing along new economy testing procedures.
Green Car Guide’s comprehensive report on Cenex LCV2016 covers a range of the highlights from the content-packed event including the green car technologies that we can expect in the future and the range of support that the UK government is providing for the sector.
The Ford Focus RS has received universal acclaim as a performance car that can beat much more expensive machinery, but are there greener alternatives? Green Car Guide investigates.