Volkswagen (VW) Group has announced plans to significantly reduce investments in projects such as the all-electric Phaeton, by £750 million per year, in a bid to refocus development plans.

Toyota has confirmed that its hydrogen fuel cell Mirai qualifies for a £5,000 grant towards its purchase price from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has installed 90 new electric vehicle (EV) charge points around Paris for the COP21 climate change summit.

Engine cleaning company EDT Automotive has won the Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice, after developing a cleaning method that reduces emissions by an average of 63.5 per cent.

Toyota has published economy figures suggesting the new fourth generation hybrid Prius will offer the best efficiency levels yet, with CO2 emission from 70g/km and a quoted combined full economy figure of 94.2 MPG.

Following the announcement of its green car initiative with its new hybrid Niro, South Korean manufacturer Kia has launched its new Optima saloon.

Kia has announced its intention to be one of the world’s leading green car manufacturers with its revelation of details about its new hybrid model, Niro, due in Europe in late 2016.

Investigations into the Volkswagen (VW) emissions scandal has revealed VW understated CO2 emissions and overstated fuel efficiency for 800,000 vehicles, prompting the Transport Committee to examine whether vehicle type approval testing is adequate.

Volkswagen (VW) has appointed Johann Jungworth as Head of Digitalisation Strategy, as part of its promise to focus on electric vehicles.

Vehicle regulators in Germany have opened up the emissions investigation into suspected diesel emission rigging to include an additional 20 manufacturers outside of the Volkswagen (VW) group.

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