Hyundai and Kia are about to make a big step to reduce range anxiety.
Mini, like so many carmakers, is going electric, confirming its new EV will be available to buy in Australia next year.
New electric hybrid tech reaches Mercedes’ updated GLC 350e petrol and new GLE 350de diesel hybrids.
Porsche has unveiled the all-new Taycan. Here is everything you need to know about the world’s newest (and temporarily greatest) electric vehicle.
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.
BMW sold more than 100,000 electrified vehicles in 2017 with 2018 figures set to hit around 150,000 sales. By 2025 it will have around 25 electrified vehicles in its range.
Nissan Australia has announced that one-third of all the vehicles it offers in Australia will be electrified by 2022.
Owners of the BMW i3 battery electric vehicle need to use renewable energy for 50,000km before it can even out the CO2 production deficit compared with the production of a petrol-powered 1 Series.
BP invests US$20 million in ‘Flash Battery’ startup, StoreDot, to build car batteries that’ll fast-charge in 5 min offering up to 480km driving range. Game. Changer.
BMW has announced the traction control system developed for its electric i3 has been adapted for use in all BMW and Mini product going forward.
Figures released by the Norwegian Road Federation reveal that 52% of vehicles sold in Norway in 2017 were either electric or hybrid…
NRMA Motoring & Services has announced it will roll out a series of up to 40 electric vehicle fast chargers in NSW and the ACT.