The new Peugeot 208 claims to be the best-performing non-hybrid vehicle, featuring a range of efficient petrol and diesel engines and has introduced the lowest CO2-producing variety to UK stores.

Renault has partnered with Connected Energy to develop an efficient way of recycling their used electric vehicle (EV) batteries for use in energy storage systems.

China is set to let subsidies for electric vehicles (EVs) expire completely by 2021 to let the market decide which cars to build to meet emissions targets.

The proposal to veto plans to temporarily raise NOx emission limits for diesel cars was rejected by Members of the European Parliament (MEP).

Porsche boss Oliver Blume has reportedly told German newspaper Westfalen-Blatt that the group has no plans to develop driverless cars, despite the production intentions of other manufacturers.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has launched a new recycling strategy to ensure all end of life vehicles (ELV) are disposed of in a way which is kinder to the environment.

Volkswagen (VW) has started to implement technical measures to fix the EA189 engines in Europe involved in the diesel emissions scandal.

Motorway service signs will now include the Ecotricity company logo, allowing EV drivers to see which services have electric charging points.

After allowing its head engineer Steve Zadesky to lead Apple’s project Titan, it has been reported that Zadesky has decided to leave the company on account of ‘personal reasons’.

The government has announced a £20 million funding boost for research and development into the next generation of autonomous vehicles in the UK.


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