Switching to electric motoring doesn’t have to be expensive – take a look at our favourite affordable models Best affordable electric cars Buying an electric car is an investment, but it doesn’t have to be a pricey one. There are plenty of used electric cars on the market that come in at affordable price points.
The new flagship EV from Peugeot is the first to use the STLA M platform and is set to banish range anxiety forever The Peugeot E-3008 combines the best of two worlds. This third-generation SUV crossover model is an established ICE model turned electric. However, as it uses a brand new platform the internals have
There will be hybrid power available, too Peugeot is replacing its highly successful 3008 crossover with an all-new model with electrification to the fore. The new all-electric E-3008 model is the latest chapter in the French brand’s shift to a fully electric future, something it plans to achieve by 2030. Helping differentiate the new 3008
The electric crossover debuts with a fresh platform, three powertrains and over 400 miles of range This is the new Peugeot E-3008. And yes, it’s another new electric crossover. You’d be forgiven for rolling your eyes so dramatically they’re pointing right out the back of your head. But this one warrants a lingering glance. The outgoing 3008
Looking for a large, electric car with seven seats? We’ve listed the best options currently available Electric car buyers in the UK have more choice than ever before. With the number and variety of different electric cars for sale continuing to rapidly expand, there’s an EV out there to suit almost any requirements. That includes those
A salary sacrifice scheme for second-hand electric vehicles (EVs) has been launched by Octopus Electric Vehicles. Octopus’ ‘Nearly New’ salary sacrifice offering aims to make EVs more accessible to the mass market. Drivers are able to access an electric Renault Zoe, Peugeot e-208 and Vauxhall Mokka-e for roughly £300 a month, including fuel, insurance and
New research conducted by Peugeot UK has revealed that less than a quarter of UK drivers say they have a good understanding of electric vehicles. The survey of 2,000 UK motorists found that only 23% thought their understanding of electric vehicles was ‘good’ or ‘excellent’, while 38% described their knowledge as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’.
If you read our guide to the best electric cars, you’ll know that here at Marie Claire UK, we’re passionate about protecting the planet and investing in vehicles that cause less pollution. Interested in a more sustainable vehicle but not ready to go full-bore electric just yet? There are other options available, like plug in hybrid cars,
Peugeot’s design boss explains how electrification will change his team’s work There’s no escaping it: a ban on the sale of new internal combustion-engined cars is looming. And as the industry leads customers towards an all-electric future, the vehicles on UK roads are surely set to look very different. Having no engine in a car means much-reduced cooling requirements;
Small electric cars make a lot of sense for commuting, city life and slashing your running costs. Here, we pick out the best ones to buy in the UK right now Electric cars have also come a long way since the infamous G-Wiz arrived on the scene, especially when it comes to the most compact EVs on the