Tag : EV
Infiniti is to introduce its first pure electric vehicle from 2021 as it pushes ahead with plans to only launch vehicles with electrified powertrains from this date.
GASAG and Ubitricity want to promote electromobility in cities with smart EV charge cables and pay-per-koliwatt-hour electricity tariffs.
Kia has outlined plans to offer 16 electrified vehicles by 2025, including new hybrids, plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles, as well as an all-new hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in 2020.
Deutsche Post DHL Group is trialling particulate filters on StreetScooter test vans, said to create the first emissions-neutral vehicle.
Volkwagen’s new e-Crafter van has started fleet trials with an international group of major customers.
Belgium’s UNIT-E charging network has added 25 rapid chargers along key routes spanning between the French and Dutch borders, enabling easier long-distance travel for electric vehicles.
Emissions Analytics has extended its EQUA Index programme to test electric vehicles.
Toyota estimates half of the company’s global sales will be electrified by 2030.
Volvo’s spin-off performance subsidiary has announced the first six markets for its Polestar 1 plug-in hybrid.
The European EU-LIVE consortium has revealed a new electrified mobility solution for the L5e category – a segment in-between two and four wheels with speeds of more than 50km/h.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter will bring a holistic approach to van operations, offering latest connectivity to bring an integrated system solution along with an all-electric version to follow.
Jeep‘s new Wrangler will include plug-in hybrid power, the American company has confirmed.
Toyota is to build a power plant capable of producing water, electricity and hydrogen using bio-waste as a fuel.
This year has represented a turning point for electric vehicle adoption, with sales in key regions increasing significantly, Jato Dynamics says.
Smart’s first four-seat EV is clever, but compromised, says Alex Grant.
Iceland’s Reykjavik Energy has awarded a public sector tender to install 15 new fast chargers to ABB.
Ford and privately owned Chinese automobile manufacturer Zotye have inked a deal to develop and manufacture electric vehicles under a new Chinese brand as they also explore the market for mobility services.
Siemens Energy Management is to work with Ubitricity to develop electromobility solutions including for fleets.
Opel, and sibling Vauxhall, is to debut a next-generation electric Corsa and a plug-in hybrid version of its Grandland X crossover by 2020 under post-takeover plans to bring the company back into profit.
Utility company, Eon, has launched a Europe-wide electric mobility initiative, including ultra-fast workplace charging points and a network enabling EV drivers to get from the UK to Romania by 2020.
BMW Group, Daimler, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group have committed to plans to launch a network of 400 ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles along major European routes.
Italian utility company, Enel, has acquired charging point manufacturer eMotorWerks, with a view to incorporate its vehicle-to-grid technology platform as part of its global product offer.
Oil analysts have predicted peak demand for petrol could occur as soon as 2030, according to a report by Wood Mackenzie.
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Honda has confirmed its future line up will include more hybrid vehicles and, for the first time, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) models from here forward.
As well as joining Formula E for the fifth season, Nissan has unveiled a brace of EV concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017.
Shell has announced the opening of a new on-forecourt Electric Vehicle (EV) rapid charging service called Shell Recharge.
Series produced Fuso eCanter is the first electrically powered light truck to be equipped with CCS rapid charging technology.
Global firms including LeasePlan, Ikea and Deutsche Post DHL Group have pledged to migrate their fleets and infrastructure over to electric vehicles by 2030 under a new initiative.