Toyota has announced pricing and spec details for its new Camry saloon, which indirectly replaces the smaller Avensis and is offered in hybrid form only.
Electric and hybrid used car values are showing a clear upward move, reflecting rising buyer confidence in such vehicles.
The UK’s first ultra fast charging station has opened in Sunderland, bringing a charging capacity of up to 350kW.
Sainsbury’s has started trials on using electric vans for home deliveries in London ahead of plans to roll the technology out further.
Volkswagen has revealed its ID Roomzz seven-seater electric SUV concept ahead of the production model’s arrival in China from 2021.
Ford has developed a new concept that will help maximise the driving range of the brand’s future EVs.
Polestar has confirmed its Polestar 2 electric five-door fastback will start production from early 2020 in Luqiao, Zhejiang Province.
LeasePlan Deutschland is offering electric vehicles on flexible long-term rental to help its leasing and fleet management customers deploy EVs quickly and easily.
Falkirk Council has deployed 10 more Kia Soul EVs, taking its electric vehicle fleet to 45 vehicles in total.
Five more electric vehicle charging stations with automated external defibrillators (AEDs) have been installed in the Netherlands.
Oxford’s plans for drivers to go zero-emission have been supercharged today with the announcement that a £41m world-first Energy Superhub will be built in south Oxford.
Volkswagen has revealed its I.D. Roomzz concept ahead of its debut at the Shanghai Motor Show as it showcases a future electric large SUV.
Fleet Evolution has further expanded its ‘Electric Flex’ salary sacrifice initiative in a move that makes running electric cars feasible for the vast majority of employees.
Smart is to be repositioned as an all-electric carmaker with production based in China under a new 50:50 joint venture between Daimler and Volvo parent Geely.
Arval is continuing its work to help employees and customers make the switch to electric with plans to install charging points across its UK premises, including a major site in Swindon.
Global energy business Gridserve is to roll out a UK-wide network of more than 100 ‘Electric Forecourts’ to bring low-cost, ultra-fast charging, backed by renewable energy and a convenient, driver-focused charging experience.
SEAT is to take the lead on developing a new platform for small, affordable EVs for the Volkswagen Group as part of a new electric cars strategy.
Morrisons is tying up with the GeniePoint charging network to deploy rapid electric vehicle charging across its sites, nationwide.
Construction logistics specialist Wilson James has added the first fully electric vehicle to its London fleet, operating out of the London Construction Consolidation Centre (LCCC).