Just as the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE comes to market, Jaguar Classic is also offering the all-electric E-type for sale.
The new Kia Niro EV, with a 280 mile electric range (based on the WLTP test cycle) has gone on sale in Korea, prior to coming to Europe by the end of 2018.
The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has 46g/km CO2 emissions, 139mpg, and an EV range of 28 miles based on the new, more realistic real-world WLTP fuel economy test.
McLaren has announced that its sportscar and supercar range will be 100 per cent hybrid by 2025, with 18 new models and derivatives to be launched.
The Dendrobium D-1 electric hypercar, expected to have a power output of 1,800 bhp, 2,000 Nm of torque, and a target weight of 1,750 kg, has taken its next steps towards production with an all new company, Dendrobium Automotive Limited, now established in the UK.
The Road to Zero strategy has been published today, which sets out the next steps to cleaner road transport and delivering the UK’s Industrial Strategy.
The Hyundai KONA Electric will have a driving range of up to 300 miles and will be available from £29,495, not including the £4,500 Plug-In Car Grant (PICG). So that means you could buy one from £24,995, and it will be available to order from 2 August 2018.
The final agenda is now published for the LowCVP Conference 2018, which takes place on 12 July in London and looks at ‘people, policy or product – how far can consumers take the drive to zero emissions?’
A new initiative has been launched in Nottingham with the aim of increasing the uptake of electric vehicles, as well as improving air quality in the city.
The Go Ultra Low Nottingham Electric Vehicle FestEVal will take place on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June and will feature not only Robert Llewellyn and Mark Goodier, but also the new Jaguar I-PACE.