Audi’s first mass market EV is attractive and comfortable, finds Martyn Collins.
Second-generation Mirai saloon proves there’s a future for hydrogen power, thinks Martyn Collins.
Plug-in hybrid version of the Sorento offers more savings and refinement, finds Martyn Collins.
It looks like a Volvo XC40, but underneath beats the heart of a Polestar, explains Martyn Collins.
Martyn Collins makes the switch to a fully electric car for his latest long-termer.
Martyn Collins tries Citroën’s new urban mobility solution that’s potentially on its way to the UK.
It’s the first high-performance EV from Audi, but has all the power in the e-tron S come at the expense of range, Martyn Collins asks?
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is to continue lobbying the Government on clarification of whether electric vehicle charge points will qualify for the new super deduction tax relief.
A new interior, mild hybrid diesel engine and, most importantly, plug-in hybrid versions are highlights of the facelifted F-Pace, Martyn Collins finds.
Martyn Collins finds there’s not much Mustang in Ford’s first EV – but it’s still a great drive with affordable BiK and impressive range.
Fleet World’s Best EV Compact Executive car is now available in two further versions.
Same-again looks hide a new platform, plug-in power and revised interior, finds Martyn Collins.
SUV-like styling and the choice of diesel, petrol and full electric power will mean Citroën’s new small family rival will shake up the class, says Martyn Collins.
Stylish with impressive range, the Polestar 2 has the ‘want’ factor, according to Martyn Collins.
Quirky, but the MX-30 is great to drive, well-equipped and affordable, says Martyn Collins.
The flagship RAV4 model is now a plug-in hybrid. Martyn Collins finds the result expensive but likeable.
Martyn Collins asks if the ID.3 is the car to bring electric motoring to the masses?
Pivotal to Audi’s fleet aspirations for the latest A3 Sportback range, the premium small-family hatch has gone plug-in hybrid. As expected, the result impresses, Martyn Collins reckons.
Electric vehicles will reach cost parity with internal combustion-engined vehicles by the start of 2022 latest, aided by a substantial increase in the level of production and significant falls in the cost of batteries.