SMMT data suggests UK new car registrations rose 5.9 per cent in March with 394,806 registrations of 13-plate cars.

The Government should set up a ‘green badge scheme’ to encourage the use of ultra low emission vehicles, according to a forthcoming report by think tank IPPR.

Automotive industry analysts CAP has reaffirmed its decision not to forecast used values for Renault electric vehicles until the battery is included, rather than leased separately.

Bioengineers at Virginia Tech in the US claim to have developed an efficient method to extract large quantities of hydrogen from plant material – 
a move that hints at powering cars from agricultural waste

Volvo will not be including the DRIVe badging on its future models in favour of promoting that all of its models are as efficient as possible.

The Chancellor has pledged to use departmental savings to fund a £3bn programme in infrastructure investment - spending more on new roads than in a generation.

A planned 3p per litre increase in fuel duty has been scrapped by the chancellor in this year’s budget. The increase was supposed to be the first in a series of annual rises.

In the lead up to the launch of its 100% electric ZOE on 7 June, Renault has become the first car manufacturer to offer a free domestic charging point with a new fully-electric car purchase.

According to a new Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders report, the market share of sub 100g/km CO2 cars (VED band A) more than doubled from 3.7 per cent in 2011 to 8.2 per cent in 2012.

According to Alphabet chief executive Richard Schooling, the up and coming budget is unlikely to diminish the popularity of company cars

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