Nissan e-NV200 Winter Camper Concept (Image: Nissan)

Nissan e-NV200 Winter Camper concept unveiled

Nissan goes off-piste with an electric camper based on its e-NV200 Combi MPV This is the Nissan e-NV200 Winter Camper concept, a modified version of the brand’s electric-van-based MPV. With a host of modifications to help it deal with snowy conditions and adventurous camping expeditions, Nissan says the concept “combines the thrill of electric driving

Porsche Taycan Turbo S (Image: Porsche)

We Drove 8 Electric Cars over 120 miles…

…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

Scottish Water Renault Kangoo electric van (Image: Renault)

Renault Kangoo Z.E. Line-up Bolstered by New Business+ Model

New Business+ trim level now available for popular Kangoo Z.E. range Added to line-up following increasing demand for zero-emission commercial vehicle New trim features additional equipment for enhanced driver comfort and convenience Available in medium and long-wheelbase panel vans, Kangoo Z.E. range now mirrors ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) version Popularity continues to rise since its

Nissan NV-400 (Renault Master ZE) Ambulance

Nissan NV400 becomes Japan’s first electric ambulance

It will be used by the Tokyo Fire Department Consumer passenger cars aren’t the only vehicles undergoing electric transformations. We’ve seen the introduction of early electric fire trucks, and now Japan is getting its first electric ambulance. It’s a Nissan NV400, and it will be used by the Tokyo Fire Department at the Ikebukuro station.

Dennis Eagle eConnect electric refuse vehicle (Image: Dennis/Twitter)

Cambridge councils roll out electric refuse vehicle

The Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service – a partnership between South Cambridgeshire district and Cambridge city councils – has rolled out its first electric refuse collection vehicle (RCV). The fully electric Dennis Eagle ‘eCollect’ costs around £400,000, which the partnership says is more than the approximate £185,000 cost of a diesel bin lorry. However the

Electric vehicle loan scheme in Nottingham provides blueprint for UK cities

A new 30-day ‘try before you buy’ electric vehicle loan scheme piloted by the Nottingham ULEV Experience project could act as a blueprint for other UK cities that are considering Clean Air Zones. The scheme offers businesses and public sector organisations the opportunity of a fully-funded trial of electric cars and vans for 30 days