The Fiat 500 range has been expanded further with the launch of its 1.3 litre 69 hp ‘Eco’, boasting a wide range of energy saving technologies.

US manufacturer BYD is reported to have sold the most plug-in hybrids or battery electric cars in 2015, with the majority of vehicles delivered to China.

Nissan’s electric vehicle (EV) taxis, including its LEAF hatchback and e-NV200, have clocked up over three million miles the UK.

Mobility solutions provider Route Monkey is working to optimise an electric car sharing scheme in Bristol as part of a major EU smart cities project spanning three countries.

French car manufacturer Renault is set to recall over 15,000 of its vehicles amid fears that they have a level of emissions above the limits permitted by real-world testing and than the French standards allow.

Renault was the market leading brand in electric vehicles (EVs) for 2015, with a market share of 23.6 per cent.

West Yorkshire Police are set to test a BMW i3 range extender for use as a response vehicle.

A number of car makers have signed up to plans to create a charging task force to prepare for large scale adoption of electric vehicles (EVs).

German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has announced he will commit €2.17 billion to programs that incentivise electric cars.

The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) has revealed it is awarding £75m worth of funding to the latest five projects into low carbon research and development.


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