The all-electric NI0 EP9 supercar has blazed around the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 6min 45.900secs and set a new electric car lap record.
Toyota has long held out against producing an all-electric car, looking to hydrogen powered vehicles instead…
Ford has announced it will launch an all-electric SUV in 2020, one of five SUVs arriving by the end of the decade.
Singapore-based ‘electric mobility company’ Vanda Electrics has teased its all-electric Dendrobium hypercar which will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Volkswagen has teased a self-driving, all-electric people mover which it claims “forges links” between the brand’s heritage and its electrified future… could it be an electric Kombi?
BMW, Daimler, Ford and Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create the “highest-powered charging network in Europe”.
Jaguar Land Rover wants to build electric cars in the UK but only if the ‘conditions’ are right.
Overnight, the NextEV NIO EP9 was launched in London with the company claiming an electric car lap record of the Nurburgring in Germany of 7m 05.12s.
Venturi has set a new land speed record with its VBB-3 electric car which realised a speed of 576km/h on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, US.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia has announced its support for a South Australian government commitment to increase its low-emissions vehicle fleet.
Toyota Australia has announced a recall of 14,906 Toyota 86 vehicles to fix a potential issue with loss of power steering.
Mercedes-Benz looks to be joining the charge with Tesla to offer electric vans with the next-generation Sprinter likely to offer an electric drivetrain.
Porsche has revealed that it needs more staff to continue its electric car push and the development of its Mission E Tesla rival.
Later this month (June 26) Honda will race three cars at the 100th anniversary of the Pikes Peak hillclimb with its highlight being an all-electric NSX concept.
Honda has held an opening ceremony for its new “highly-efficient and environmentally-responsible” Thailand plant which will produce the new Honda Civic for Australia.