Campaign groups are urging councils to lower speed limits to 20mph in urban areas in an attempt to reduce the quantity of NOx pollutants being emitted from diesel cars.

Matthias Müller, Volkswagen Group CEO, has announced that recalls of cars containing the defeat software designed to cheat emissions tests will initiate at the beginning of next year, if German authorities approve its plans.

The government has confirmed that UK taxpayers will not face higher Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) if their existing vehicles are discovered to be fitted with illegal defeat software.

Charge point supplier POD Point has launched its new Open Charge network, removing the need for RFID cards.

Two electric vehicle enthusiasts have completed the 1,652 mile journey from John O’Groats to Land’s End and back again in an all electric Nissan Leaf.

Poole Council has been allocated £39,000 to launch an electric vehicle (EV) car club based at the Civic Centre.

Volkswagen have admitted to having 1,189,906 British vehicles fitted with illegal emissions devices, with Audis, Seats and Škodas all using the defeat software.

After a series of delays, Tesla has finally unveiled its first all-electric SUV, the Model X.

Volkswagen (VW) has stated that after an internal investigation, around five million of VW branded cars worldwide are affected by the emissions issues.

Former Chairman of Porsche, Mattias Müller, has been named the new CE of the Volkswagen (VW) Group, following the resignation of former chief Martin Winterkorn in the aftermath of the emissions tests scandal.


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