The leasing sector’s uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) is well ahead of the market average, according to recent figures released by the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA).

Toyota has confirmed that the next development in its new Prius line-up will be revealed at the New York Auto Show.

European bus manufacturers Irizar, Solaris, VDL and Volvo have agreed to ensure the interoperability of electric buses by using charging infrastructure provided by ABB, Heliox and Siemens.

GKN Driveline has embarked on a drive to transfer hybrid technology from sports cars such as the Porsche 918 Spyder and BMW i8 into affordable compact vehicles.

In an interview with AutoRai, Jérôme Micheron, Head of Brand Strategy & Product Planning, claimed that Peugeot is set to launch a dedicated EV within the next three years.

Aberdeen City Council and Co-wheels have added two hydrogen fuel cell Hyundai ix35 SUVs to its car sharing programme.

Renault has signed a letter of intent to use the Dutch city of Utrecht as a testing ground for solar powered charging solutions for electric vehicles (EVs).

Over 47,000 Nissan Leafs are reportedly being recalled in North America due to a brake relay issue.

According to a new study conducted by Juniper Research, almost 17 million hybrid and electric vehicles will be operating globally by 2020.

The Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service has accepted a delivery of 12 new Nissan Leaf electric vehicles (EV), in a bid to reduce its carbon footprint.


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