Features

Green Car Guide’s unique features cover a range of subjects such as reviews of Motor Shows, Industry Conferences and other events, as well as Top 10 Guides. For the most comprehensive updates about the automotive industry and the future of vehicles, all with a low emission focus, read our unique automotive event reviews. Green Car Guide’s editor Paul Clarke has covered more UK low carbon automotive conferences over the last 10 years than any other publication. Our event reviews provide expert, informed and user-friendly summaries of the latest industry developments without you having to leave your chair. See our exclusive reviews below.

featureNissan LEAF e+ Guide to Buying a Used Electric Car

Sales of electric cars are rising rapidly, and many new models are coming to market during 2020. Due to factors such as the Benefit in…

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featureMITSUBISHI ENGELBERG TOURER Electric Vehicle Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) Challenges and Solutions

By Alexander Spatzig, MHI (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries) While cost and range may be the big barriers to people buying EVs, automotive OEMs also have to…

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featureFord Transit Custom Plug-in Hybrid Ford Transit Custom Plug-in Hybrid Van – by Prodrive

Would you like to come to the factory? A simple question deserves a simple answer. Yes please! A few weeks later we roll up at Prodrive’s…

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featurePaul Clarke Green Car Guide with Vauxhall Corsa-e The all-electric Vauxhall Corsa-e and why it’s important

The Vauxhall Corsa will soon be available with an all-electric powertrain – here’s why this is important. So far we’ve had electric cars from the…

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featureLCV2019 George Freeman MP Disruptive Low Carbon Vehicle Technology – the Opportunities for UK Automotive

The Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) Event 2019 showed that, against the background of various challenges for the automotive industry, the development of technology for…

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featureNissan LEAF e+ charging The problem with the UK’s EV public charging network – and the solution

Drivers of petrol and diesel vehicles won’t be able to refuel unless they first download apps for different brands of petrol stations. They will then…

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featureElectric Nation Smart Charged Conference ELECTRIC NATION SMART CHARGED CONFERENCE REVIEW

The Electric Nation Smart Charged Conference, which took place on Tuesday 16 July 2019 at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon, captured the main learning from the…

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featureOxford EV Summit 2019 Oxford EV Summit 2019 Review

The Oxford EV Summit 2019 featured lots of smart thinking and it showed that there’s currently a huge amount of investment in electric vehicles and…

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featureFully Charged Green Car Guide low res Robert Llewellyn’s Fully Charged Live 2019 event review

It’s really not possible to summarise Robert Llewellyn’s Fully Charged Live 2019 in one sentence, but we’ll try: Electric vehicles, clean energy and everything connected to…

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featureMitsubishi Outlander PHEV with Michelin CrossClimate all-season tyres Plug-in Hybrid Reviews

Thinking of buying a plug-in hybrid? Before you buy, read our reviews of all plug-in hybrids on sale in the UK. To help car buyers make…

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featureLexus RX450h L Hybrid Car Reviews

Hybrids combine a petrol (or sometimes diesel) engine with an electric motor and small battery. They don’t need to be plugged in, as energy is…

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featureFord Kuga 2019 Go Further Ford reveals 16 new electrified models

Ford has revealed 16 new electrified models, with eight due to be on the road by the end of 2019. The vehicles include an all-new…

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