The latest version of the Zap-Map app enables electric vehicle (EV) drivers to log charge point updates, allowing other EV drivers to locate suitable and operational charging systems.

A study conducted by Go Ultra Low has found that motorists could save over £300 annually on car maintenance by switching to electric vehicles (EVs).

It has been reported by Troy Hunt, a prominent security researcher, that some of Nissan’s Leaf cars can be easily hacked, allowing hijackers to alter the heating and air-conditioning systems.

Liberal Democrat London Mayoral Candidate Caroline Pidgeon has launched a campaign calling for all HGVs and construction vehicles to be banned from central London during peak hours.

Plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV) car sales have continued to grow in the UK, with an increase of 27 per cent in January 2016 compared to the previous year’s figure.

Research from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has found that while charging electric vehicles (EV) during the night is more cost-effective, it produces increased air emissions.

Toyota is set to launch the production version of its C-HR hybrid compact crossover at the Geneva Motor Show.

Volkswagen is making progress as planned with the technical measures to fix the EA189 engines with NOx issues involved in the diesel scandal.

Hyundai has released new technical details of the Ioniq Electric, the new electric vehicle (EV) offering from the South Korean company.

Panasonic has announced a new joint venture with Chinese firm Dalian Levear Electric Company, with the aim of developing lithium-ion batteries to be used in electric vehicles (EVs), according to a report from EV Obsession.


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