The new BMW 330e plug-in hybrid saloon, on sale from July 2019, has an official economy figure of 138mpg, CO2 emissions of 39g/km, and an electric range of 37 miles.
The dates have been announced for Fully Charged Live 2019, an event that will be bigger, will run for three days, and this time you’ll be able to test drive electric vehicles!
Diesel Plug-In Hybrids are very rare beasts, but now there’s a new entrant to the market, the 166mpg Mercedes-Benz E 300 de Saloon and Estate.
Diesel cars are accused in the media of contributing to poor levels of local air quality, but a new survey shows that the very latest diesel cars are much cleaner than older vehicles.
The BEIS Select Committee Report on Electric Vehicles has today called upon the government to bring the ban on diesel and petrol vehicles forward by eight years to 2032.
The government has announced changes to the Plug-in Car Grant (PICG) meaning that the grant rate for pure electric vehicles will reduce from £4,500 to £3,500 and Plug-in Hybrids will no longer be eligible for the grant.
The government’s Green GB Week Electric Vehicle Roadshow is coming to Nottingham’s Old Market Square on Tuesday 16 October, offering the chance to see, drive, and find out more about the latest electric vehicles (EVs).
The BMW i3 and i3s 120Ah have increased battery capacity, giving an improved electric range of 192 miles based on the new WLTP test or 223 miles based on the old NEDC test – and the i3 range-extender has been dropped.
Peugeot is to introduce Plug-in Hybrid petrol engines for the Peugeot 3008 SUV, and the all-new Peugeot 508 and 508 SW, giving an all-electric driving range of up to 30 miles.
Nottingham businesses are invited to an event where they can drive the latest electric vehicles, on 5 October at Nottingham Racecourse.