Volkswagen has announced its plans to launch seven new electric and plug-in hybrid models by 2020 at the Beijing Motor Show.

The average used-car values of alternative fuel vehicles continue to rise in the first quarter of 2016, according to the latest Auto Trader Retail Price Index.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has found ‘no evidence’ of car manufacturers fitting devices designed to defeat approved emissions testing, apart from the Volkswagen Group (VW).

Daimler has launched an internal investigation into its diesel emissions testing.

A new target of one million electric cars to be sold by 2025 has been announced by Volvo Cars.

A German newspaper has reported that the emission-cutting software used by VW was created by Audi.

Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors has admitted to falsifying fuel consumption data for more than 600,000 vehicles.

Norway has seen increased growth in the electric vehicle (EV) sales, which made up 33.5 per cent of the country’s auto market in March 2016.

Researchers working on the TransEnergy research project are currently developing technology that will see the batteries of electric vehicles (EVs) being parked at railway stations used to power trains.

According to official figures, sales of the Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 in the European fleet market have rapidly increased for a fourth consecutive financial year.


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