Ever since the famous "dieselgate" scandal, diesel cars have not had a good reputation and are slowly becoming a thing of the past as the car market turns to electrified cars. According to Vrele Gume, this is exactly the situation in Great Britain, which is one of the few countries that have decided to exclude
Battery-powered vehicles are so popular these days in fact that the Nissan Leaf – the best selling electric car in the world. So Nissan recently topped the list of fastest-selling used cars in the UK. The list, published by used car marketplace Auto Trader(according to InsideEvs), covers all kinds of cars. The Leaf came out
These rumors are not comfirmed yet. Honda confirmed it has plans to close its factory in Swindon, the United Kingdom, where the current generation Civic Hatch is made. No less than 3,500 employees will potentially lose their jobs in 2021 when the next-generation model arrives. While this move coincides with Brexit, Honda claims it has
Convention will be at Birmingham’s International Convention Centre. Birmingham is set to hold the world’s first zero-emission vehicle summit as governments come together to fight to improve global air quality. The convention will bring policy makers and industry experts together. The announcement is part of the UK government’s so-called ‘mission’. In order to put the
Hackney and Islington have announced that from 3rd September this year, only electric and plug-in hybrid cars will be permitted to uses some roads in the two London boroughs during peak-times. In a new measure, nine roads will be effectively closed to petrol and diesel cars between 7am-10am and 4pm-7pm on weekdays. The affected roads
Following the long awaited LEAF 40 kWh launched earlier this year, Nissan have confirmed that a longer range and higher power LEAF EV is due in 2019. Nissan’s head of EV marketing, Brian Maragno, corroborated recent rumours that a LEAF, possibly with a 60 kWh battery, will be available next year, sporting the new 'E-Plus'
The UK's electric vehicle market continued its now familiar growth in April, with more than 3,800 plug-in cars registered in April 2018 - representing 2.3% of the total UK car market. 42% up compared to last year Of the combined electric vehicle registrations, more than 900 units were pure-electric models, and almost 3,000 were PHEVs.