Fiat Chrysler has announced a deal with Google to double the size of the tech firm’s self-driving vehicle fleet.

Hydrogen car company Riversimple has unveiled two new concept vehicles at the London Motor Show.

Tesla Motors has claimed it is on track to produce 500,000 vehicles in 2018, two years earlier than expected.

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has launched a vehicle telematics agreement to help the public sector improve fleet safety and efficiency.

Tesla has taken steps to test the limits of its HEPA air filtration system, which was first introduced on the Model X and comes equipped with a ‘Bioweapon Defense Mode’.

The proliferation of autonomous vehicles could lead to more accidents as drivers become ‘too relaxed’ behind the wheel, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has warned.

The Mercedes-Benz plant in Hamburg is to undergo a comprehensive modernisation plan, expanding its capability to produce key components for electric cars.

BMW has launched an updated version of its i3, boasting a new battery and improved range.

Source London has reached agreements with four more London boroughs to take control of the building and maintenance of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

Peugeot boss Maxim Picat has announced he will back initiatives to create an all-electric supercar category in the World Rallycross Championship.


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