The specially fitted rapid charging point will allow Range Rover and Range Rover Sport P400e models, which have an all electric range of 30 mikes, to charge up in as little as 2 hours 45 minutes.

Arval is installing 43 charging points for employees at its Windmill Hill Business Park offices, along with an additional seven for other businesses using the same building.

Research from Europcar Mobility Group UK has revealed that, even as late as February, a quarter of businesses that use vans haven’t made plans to comply with London's Ultra-Low Emission Zone.

Gridserve announces plans for 100 Electric Forecourts

Construction is scheduled to start on the first sites later this year at York and Hull, where Gridserve is building the UK’s most advanced solar farms.

Daimler partner with Geely to develop electric Smart models

Under the joint venture agreement, the smart electric models will be assembled at a new purpose-built electric car factory in China with global sales due to begin in 2022.

Managed no deal 'a fantasy' says SMMT as UK production figures fall again

Production for the EU, the UK’s biggest customer, declines by -14.9%.

SEAT to lead VW's entry level EV venture

VW Group's goal is to introduce an entry level EV, similar in size to the VW Polo or SEAT Ibiza, by 2023.

EU deal on new safety measures agreed in Strasbourg

A provisional EU deal means new cars, vans, lorries and buses sold in Europe will be fitted as standard with a range of new vehicle safety features including speed limiters.

Pure EVs show huge volume increase in Europe

Automotive market research firm JATO has reported a strong performance of pure electric vehicles (BEVs) in its February figures from the European market.

BMW's iX3, i4 and iNEXT undergo cold testing in the Arctic Circle

BMW is preparing to launch the next generation of solely electrically powered models by putting them through their paces at the Group's winter test centre in Arjeplog, Sweden.


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