Soul EV to offer 280 mile range, says Kia

Kia claims that new electric motors used in the model are up to 30 per cent more energy efficient than Europe’s current best-selling electric car.

Audi to present hybrid variants at Geneva

A8, A7 Sportback, A6 and Q5 hybrids will feature at the Geneva Motor Show

FTA calls for more ULEZ funding for specialist operators

Freight Transport Association fears that many specialist operators are unlikely to be eligible for funding due to the low turnover threshold

Peugeot e-208 to debut at Geneva

Electric, diesel and petrol variants of the new 208 will be available from launch in the Summer

Volvo upgrades hybrid powertrains; plug-in options on every model

Volvo Cars will introduce a range of mild hybrids in the coming months, starting with diesel and petrol versions on the XC90 and XC60 SUV models.

BMW and Daimler join forces on mobility

The cooperation comprises five joint ventures: REACH NOW for multimodal services, CHARGE NOW for charging, FREE NOW for taxi ride-hailing, PARK NOW for parking and SHARE NOW for car-sharing.

Volvo to supply electric bus for Dublin Airport hotel

Volvo says this will be the first electric bus to go into operation in Ireland

Employee concerns cause Ford to investigate US 'road load' calculations

Ford has announced that it has opened an investigation into its process for certifying vehicles for US fuel-economy and emissions tests.

European Commission to appeal 'illegal' Euro 6 relaxtion ruling

The European Commission will appeal a decision by the Court of Justice of the EU which ruled that a relaxing of car emissions standards was illegal, EU commissioner for industry Elzbieta Bienkowska

Kia to show off new EV concept at Geneva

Designed at Kia’s European design centre in Frankfurt, the concept is a "visual embodiment of the company’s desire to move forward in the exciting world of electrification"


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