Lexus could be about to launch a compact crossover to rival the Audi Q3 and BMW X1, due to be previewed in concept form at the Paris Motor Show this month.
The new Porsche Panamera plug-in hybrid will debut at the Paris Motor Show this month, featuring a 456bhp four-wheel drive setup with CO2 emissions of 56g/km.
Hyundai will add a hybrid or electric drivetrain to the third-generation Hyundai i30, adopting technology from the Ioniq range, in a move similar to Toyota with the Prius.
A Swiss component manufacturer has developed a cooled EV charging cable, claimed to offer significantly faster top-ups without increasing the thickness of the cable itself.
BMW has unveiled a 39g/km plug-in hybrid X1 which uses a drivetrain derived from the i8 supercar.
The UK Government urgently needs to do more to support the ultra-low emission vehicle sector if it is to meet air quality and climate change targets, according to a new report.
Car hailing service, Uber, has deployed a fleet of Nissan LEAFs as part of an ongoing commitment to tackling air pollution in London and across the UK.
Daimler’s joint venture with Chinese carmaker BYD has launched an upgraded electric vehicle with a range of 250 miles.
A new type of battery could soon allow ultra-fast charging times for electric vehicles, with no energy loss when it isn’t in use.
Tesla has added its biggest battery yet to the Model S and Model X electric luxury cars, and is offering existing owners the ability to upgrade even if they have taken delivery.
London-based minicab service greentomatocars has launched a new service offering more hybrid vehicles and lower prices as it celebrates its 10th birthday.
Energy storage specialist Powerstar has deployed four electric vehicles, with aims to convert its entire fleet by 2018.
Company car tax for plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles could soon be based on their electric range, as well as their CO2 emissions, HM Treasury has suggested.
The Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid supercar will re-launch on the 8th September as the Karma Revero, four years after its original production run ceased, its new owners have announced.
Fleets could soon get access to a network of electric vehicle charging hubs, offering retail and business facilities while drivers top up.
Fleets across Europe are being offered a free webtool which enables them to find the business case for using electric vehicles, based on a huge range of specific criteria.
Global hotel chain, The Ritz-Carlton, is to install electric vehicle charging points at locations across the world, made available to residents.
A consortium of public and private companies has launched a four-year research project in Germany, studying how electric cars and bikes can be used to reduce noise and air pollution in cities.