Volkswagen (VW) has said that any increase in taxes resulting from incorrectly reported CO2 emissions should be charged to the company rather than the owners.

Electric Vehicle charge point supplier POD Point has started a major crowdfunding campaign that aims to raise £1.75 million to expand the company.

Recent reports have confirmed the Berlin to Munich electric vehicle fast-charging corridor has now been completed.

Investors behind start-up electric car company Faraday Future (FF) have announced a £660 million investment into a manufacturing facility in the US.

Nissan has announced plans to create a hydrogen fuel cell model (FCV) within the next five years, in order to compete with new models from rivals Toyota and Honda.

Official figures show a 1.1 per cent decrease in new car sales in October 2015, while alternatively fuelled vehicles continue to occupy a steady increase in growth.

A new shipment of ix35 fuel cell vehicles has given Hyundai more than 250 fuel cell vehicles in Europe, giving it the biggest fleet of hydrogen powered vehicles on the continent.

The Volkswagen emissions crisis has spread further, with the company admitting that CO2 and mpg ratings were wrongly certified for around 800,000 petrol and diesel engines.

The US based Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said that the Porsche 3.0 engine shared with Volkswagen (VW) and Audi installed in cars from 2014 onwards, has also been suspected to contain the ‘defeat device’.

According to a Fleet Market Attitudes survey, published by Kia, 97 per cent of UK fleet managers are confident in the country’s economic growth, with 71 per cent agreeing that this affects their business.


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