…in real conditions so you don’t have to As it turns out, not all electric cars are created equal Electric cars are not absolute newcomers to the car industry anymore. Over the past five years or so, most carmakers have churned out at least one electric car with plans to release a handful of others
Recycling. It’s a word which most people know and understand. In a world faced with imminent climate change, recycling is a way for us to limit our own impact on the earth through reducing waste and turning what we’d usually throw away into something new. Manufacturers are just as aware of this too. In fact,
Tesla exceeds 200,000 YTD, while 9 other brands sold more than 10,000 passenger plug-in cars. After about a year of relatively low growth or noticeable decline inf global plug-in electric car sales, July 2020 finally brings us a strong bounce up. With close to 248,000 sales (the 4th best monthly result ever), sales improved by
As cities look to reduce air pollution, some are equipping their police forces with electric cars. The Hyundai Kona Electric is proving to be a popular choice, in Europe at least. Police forces in Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom currently use Kona Electric patrol cars, Hyundai said earlier this month in a press release.
We get behind the wheel of an electric Hyundai Ioniq and petrol Hyundai i30 Fastback to see if their motive power has an impact on the way we drive Electric cars are different from petrol and diesel ones, and that becomes clear even before you’ve sat in one. From range and charging infrastructure, to government
EV range is a hot topic right now so we’ve listed the new electric cars with the longest range you can buy now… The first question most people have when a new electric car comes out is how much range it has. ‘Range anxiety’ is a phrase often thrown around to describe the fear EV
Turn on, plug in and drop out of the fossil fuel race with the finest zero emissions passenger cars currently on offer Traipse around one of the recent European motor shows and you’d be forgiven for thinking that most of the world’s most famous manufacturers don’t produce or sell an internal combustion engine any more.
Hyundai has joined IONITY’s ranks of car manufacturers in a bid to “open a new era” of high power charging (HPC). A joint venture between BMW, Ford, Daimler and Volkswagen, IONITY was launched in 2017 with the aim of establishing and operating a HPC network along the main highways in Europe. The firm’s 350kW chargers