Business mobility specialist Alphabet has beaten its 2015 electric vehicle (EV) target, doubling its zero emission fleet over the past year.

BMW has has showcased a number of new technologies at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), including a new version of its i8 Spider Concept car.

Volkswagen (VW) group has released a statement declaring its new Consumer Electronics Show (CES) concept car, the zero-emission van based on the new Modular Electric Drive Kit (MEB).

Ford is expected to significantly increase its fleet of fusion hybrid research vehicles, creating the largest autonomous fleet in the automotive industry.

Faraday Future has unveiled its first concept car, the pure electric FFZero1, on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show 2016.

Mercedes-Benz is set to launch the first of four new electric cars in 2018, which aim to compete with the likes of Tesla.

Following the news of successful bids for an estimated £7 million of Department for Transport (DfT) funding, 439 buses in England will be fitted with green technology to cut harmful emissions by up to 90 per cent.

The city of Leipzig in Germany, has welcomed a delivery of 50 BMW i3s, set to be used by the city council and municipal waterworks employees.

Ford is in talks with Google to develop and build an autonomous car, according to a report from Automotive News.

Tesla has announced a partnership with Spotify to give Model S owners access to the music streaming service.


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