Fuel Included BMW i3 on static display (Image: T. Larkum)

EVS ARE THE FUTURE: A LIST OF ALL CARMAKERS WHO HAVE DECIDED TO PHASE OUT ICE VEHICLES AND GO ELECTRIC

Several automobile manufacturers have made pledges in recent months to halt or drastically reduce producing cars with internal combustion engines between 2030 and 2035. The latest was Audi, a subsidiary of Germany’s Volkswagen, which pledged Tuesday to launch only fully electric vehicles from 2026 and halt manufacturing cars with internal combustion engines by 2033. Here’s

2020 Renault Zoe (Image: Renault)

The Internal Combustion Engine Apocalypse Is On The European Horizon

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas wrote in a note to clients on Friday that global EV sales will grow 50% or more next year, while sales of internal combustion engine vehicles are expected to grow 2% to 5%. He also predicted that global EV penetration will rise from 4% to 31% by 2030. Those predictions

BMW i3 120Ah (Image: BMW Group)

BMW And VW Ramping Up i3 And e-Golf Production Due To COVID Disruption, Rising Demand

Demand for electric cars is on the rise in Europe and elsewhere around the world, prompting BMW to ramp up production of the i3 and VW to build the e-Golf for longer than originally planned. BMW has significantly increased production capacity compared to the original plan for the second half of 2020 at its Leipzig

Volkswagen ID.3 electric car (Image: Volkswagen.com)

Electric Cars Fight Off Coronavirus Attack In Europe As Regular Auto Sales Tank

Battery-electric car sales in Europe are holding up well, even as regular internal combustion engine (ICE) demand crashes around them, but forecasters are scaling back much stronger pre-coronavirus predictions. Projections may yet take a hit if the year’s most important battery electric vehicle (BEV) launch – Volkswagen’s designed-from-the-ground-up to be electric ID.3 – is delayed

Peugeot e-208 (Image: Peugeot)

2020 set to be year of the electric car as sales soar

Experts are predicting that 2020 will be the year of the electric car as sales continue to rise. Figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that the number of battery-electric vehicles registered in November increased by 228.8 per cent compared to the same month in 2018 – with over