Almost half of all Brits would want to buy their car and its battery if they were to buy an electric car, new research suggests (46 per cent).
BMW has revealed its network of dealers that will supply and support BMW i, the company’s revolutionary new sub-brand featuring electric drive systems and premium mobility services.
With no vehicle tax to be paid and a subsidy from the Government when you buy one, electric cars have never been so appealing.
Vauxhall’s cutting-edge Ampera extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV) has been voted best hybrid/electric car by Telegraph readers at the inaugural Telegraph Motoring Awards.
Bosch, the global supplier of technology and services, is working on gasoline and diesel engine technologies to further reduce their CO2 emissions by 20 percent, as well as electric vehicles, for which Bosch believes there will be a volume market after 2020.
Local criminals won’t be the only ones charged after West Midlands Police (WMP) took delivery of 30 Nissan Leafs in the UK’s largest corporate Leaf deal to date.
Two Nissan Leafs have been delivered to Microsoft UK, becoming the first 100% electric cars to join its staff company car scheme.
UK customers can order one of the world’s most fuel-efficient family cars: the new Golf BlueMotion. This car offers fuel economy of 88.3 mpg on the combined cycle, and CO2 emissions of just 85 g/km, yet like its predecessors it still offers customer all the Golf’s traditional attributes of practicality, comfort and safety.
One of the UK’s first suppliers of electricity and leading distributor of electrical equipment, Edmundson Electrical has invested in three Amperas, the award-winning extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV) from Vauxhall.
Ford and Schaeffler have demonstrated the Fiesta-based eWheelDrive car, a driveable research vehicle that could lead to improvements in urban mobility and parking by making possible smaller, more agile cars.
Vauxhall is to cover the majority of running costs for Ampera customers with a new ownership package for its ground-breaking extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV).
The Government may be putting forward vast funding in support of electric cars, but it seems that UK motorists are not yet ready to embrace the new technology, according to research commissioned by online car finance specialist Car Loan 4U.
Cenex, UK Centre of Excellence for low carbon vehicle technologies – has announced an extension to the Plugged-in Midlands scheme, offering a package of grant funding opportunities for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle charging infrastructure which will run until 31st March 2014.
One of the UK’s leading construction, civil engineering, property development and facilities management companies, the Eric Wright Group, has taken on a Vauxhall Ampera in a four-year test case that could influence the future of its fleet.
A cheesemaker's quest to turn his business totally carbon neutral has been made possible by Nissan. Deliveries of Winterdale cheese to customers including Fortnum & Mason, The Goring and Biddenden Vineyard, are now being made using a 100% electric Nissan LEAF, finally making the cheese fully sustainable.
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