Tesla has reported a net income of $21.9 million (around £17.9 million) for Q3 of 2016, marking its first quarterly profit since 2013.

Nissan has collaborated with UK-based design workshop Studio Hardie to convert the e-NV200 into the world’s first all-electric mobile office.

Groupe Renault has received a Climate Leadership Award from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its work to lower emissions and reduce its carbon footprint.

Mini has launched its new Cooper Countryman range, which includes the first ever Mini with plug-in hybrid drive.

Henrik Fisker has revealed a new image his upcoming electric vehicle (EV), which he plans to position as a rival to Tesla.

The Department for Transport is consulting on a series of measures that will make chargepoints more accessible, making it easier for drivers to recharge.

Seat and water management company Aqualia have partnered to develop a renewable biofuel from waste water to be used in compressed natural gas vehicles.

The official shortlist for the GreenFleet Awards 2016 has now been confirmed, recognising the best fleet operators, suppliers and manufacturers that are making great progress in minimising the environmental impacts of their vehicles.

Mitsubishi has revealed details of its new approved used car programme, which will include the Outlander PHEV from £199 a month on PCP.

Daimler subsidiary Accumotive has started construction of a new electric vehicle battery plant in Kamenz.

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