The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has published the results of its New Car CO2 Report 2016 which found that average CO2 emissions are at their lowest ever levels.

Volvo has called for the automotive industry to strive towards the introduction of a standardised charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs).

Renault has confirmed that it will continue to offer new Zoe customers free installation of a fast charging wallbox in their homes.

Norway has set out ambitious plans for 100 per cent of new car sales to be a zero emission, electric vehicles by 2025.

Car valuation firm Glass’s has declared that plug-in petrol hybrids are grappling to establish a position in the used car market, despite their success as newly bought cars.

BMW has released a new concept car, the Vision Next 100, in celebration of its 100 year anniversary.

The highly anticipated Tesla Model 3 will be unveiled at an event in Los Angeles on March 31st, the motor company has confirmed.

Mitsubishi has confirmed that it’s eX electric SUV concept will reach production by 2020, according to a report from Autocar.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that the UK is set to ‘lead the way’ in testing driverless ‘HGV platoons’, with driverless lorries to be piloted on UK roads.

The London Hydrogen Network Expansion programme (LHNE) is set to showcase its fuel cell range in an M25 marathon spanning five days and nights.


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