Kia breaks into new territory this decade, changing its look, focus and feel. Kia – nee Kia Motors – has announced that along with a new look and slogan, it will launch seven new electric vehicles in six years, catering for all manner of purposes. Shown in a shadowy teaser
Flip the MG badge to charge up the new ZS EV. MG has launched the country’s most affordable electric vehicle, priced at $43,990 driveaway. That’s a discount on the traditional entry-point electric cars, the Nissan Leaf ($49,990) and Hyundai Ioniq Electric ($48,970) which both also add on-road costs. Furthermore, as
Hyundai and Kia are about to make a big step to reduce range anxiety.
The UK’s Department of Transport has issued a public consultation proposing that all new homes built in the country should be fitted with electric vehicle charging outlets.
Ford and Volkswagen have announced an expanding alliance that will incorporate electric vehicles and a joint investment in Argo AI for the introduction of autonomous vehicle tech.
Bosch is developing cloud-based services that can help take the pressure off electric vehicle batteries and extend their life.
Extreme cold and extreme heat can reduce an electric vehicle’s range, so, Continental has developed its Smart Heater to help improve cold weather performance and passenger comfort.
Ford this week announced a US$500 million investment in EV start-up Rivian, with news the Rivian skateboard platform would underpin an all-new Ford EV.
The Labor party has announced it wants to see a rapid increase in electric vehicle ownership in Australia with 50% of all cars owned being electric by 2030, what are the other parties saying?
Hyundai has shown off its autonomous vehicle tech and a wireless charging concept that it expects to have up and running around 2025.
Volkswagen teases portable electric vehicle fast-charging station, claims it can charge a battery in 17 minutes…to be rolled out in first half of 2019.
Vacuum company, Dyson, has confirmed it will complete work on its electric vehicle production facility by 2020.
NEVS purchased Saab after its demise in 2012 and is now planning a rebirth of the Saab 9-3 but as a full electric vehicle with a 297km range.
Macquarie Leasing and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation agree to a $100 million package to drive the uptake of electric vehicles in Australia.
Renault has demonstrated wireless electric vehicle charging that allows a vehicle to be charged while driving on the road.