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

VW starts production of ID.3 electric car, converts factory to EV production

VW has officially started production of the ID.3, its first electric car on the new MEB platform, and it marks the start of the conversion of its massive Zwickau factory from gasoline-powered car production to EV production. The German automaker unveiled the ID.3, a small electric hatchback, in September earlier this year. It is offered

Connected Kerb on-street charging (Image: Connected Kerb)

Connected Kerb and Vattenfall unveiled as partners in project to ‘revolutionise’ on-street charging

Vattenfall and Connected Kerb have been unveiled as partners for a new project that utilises Virgin Media’s infrastructure for on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging. The Virgin Media Park & Charge project is being run by a consortium consisting of Vattenfall, Connected Kerb, SMS, Cenex, Ginger Town, Fully Charged, DETA and Loughborough University. Several local authorities

2020 Renault Zoe (Image: Renault)

New Renault Zoe Tries To Shatter Range Anxiety In Funny Ad

Thanks to the constant evolution of battery technology and the constantly increasing number of charging stations in the Western world, electric vehicles have become easier to live with. However, despite some of them having an autonomy comparable to gasoline-powered cars, range anxiety still remains a concern for many potential customers. This is where Renault has

Kia e-Niro EV (Image: Kia)

You can now compare running costs for electric and petrol cars

The figure – dubbed ‘miles per pound’ (mpp) – reveals how much a car can travel for £1 of petrol, diesel or electricity. Electric cars travel up to three times the distance of their petrol or diesel rivals for the same amount of money, according to research. With interest in electric cars rising, many potential