Renault has made significant improvements to its popular Zoe electric car, with increased range and power options, as well as a restyled look and new DC charging option.
Israeli tech company StoreDot has verified claims that its ultra-fast charging lithium-ion battery can recharge in five minutes through an inaugural demonstration.
Details of Honda’s forthcoming first electric car, the Honda e, have been revealed including battery capacity and charge rate.
20 years after the debut of the original, the fourth generation Audi A6 Avant allroad has made its debut.
Mazda has released key economy information on its long-awaited Skyactiv-X engine – that benefits from diesel-like compression ignition in a petrol engine, leading to reduced fuel consumption and low CO2.
The 205-mile range new electric Opel Corsa-e is now available for pre-order, priced from €29,900.
Ford has begun a consultation on the closure of its Bridgend engine plant in Wales, which could close by September 2020, risking the loss of 1,700 jobs.
Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group have confirmed a collaboration between the two companies to deveop the next generation of electric drive units (EDU).
Kia has teased a first image of its forthcoming XCeed ‘urban crossover’, due to be revealed in full on 26 June.
In the interest of safer roads for all, Volvo Cars has joined forces with other car makers, service providers and national governments in a ground-breaking, pan-European pilot project to share traffic safety data generated …
SEAT’s electric offensive has begun with the Mii electric – a Volkswagen e-up! based car – with a WLTP stated range of 260km per charge.
In line with previous announcements made on 28 March 2019, ALD has confirmed changes to its board of directors following resolutions approved at its shareholder meeting held on 22 May 2019.
The Ionity network – backed by Volkswagen Group, BMW, Daimler and Ford – has installed its 100th high-power charging site in Rygge, Norway.
Global software services company, Mobica has strengthened its leadership team with three key appointments.
New tech and an incoming plug-in hybrid model are the highlights of the facelifted BMW X1 range.
Jonathan Musk drives the refreshed XE – can it still cut it in the cut-throat compact executive market?
Alphabet International has appointed a new chief executive officer, Marco Lessacher, to take up the role from 1 July 2019.
Europcar Mobility Group has appointed Xavier Corouge, as managing director of the Business Unit, member of the Group’s Executive Committee.
Groupe Renault has confirmed it has received a proposal from FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) regarding a potential 50/50 merger.
New third generation 1 Series brings front-wheel drive for the first time, increased efficiency and greater interior occupant space.
A C-segment luxury SUV that doesn’t break the bank? Lexus thinks it has the answer, discovers Jonathan Musk.
Honda has confirmed its Swindon manufacturing facility – where 3,500 employees build the Civic and certain engine lines – will close, following plans made in February.
New data from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) highlights the correlation between the affordability of electric cars and their market uptake.
Mel Dawson, managing director, of ALD Automotive UK is stepping down in June, following 22 years at the company.
Toyota AI Ventures (TAIV), the Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm, has announced a new $100m (€88.8m) fund dedicated to investment in early-stage start-ups developing disruptive business models in the autonomous mobility and robotics markets, …
Toyota Financial Services (TFS) has taken a majority stake in London-based Faxi, to capitalise on the firm’s ‘incentivised carpooling’ to reduce single occupancy vehicles, congestion and emissions.
Karhoo has announced its expansion into Eastern Europe with the launch of its new office in Krakow, Poland.
At first glance, Tesla and Dacia could not be more different, yet they have one thing in common: extreme customer loyalty.
Named the Audi AI:ME, the electric city car concept demonstrates level 4 autonomous driving technology, that allows its occupants to spend time doing other tasks while the car drives.
Introducing new levels of luxury, the new GLS raises the bar to compete with Range Rover and the BMW X7, coming to Western Europe in the third quarter of 2019.