As car manufacturers look to accelerate down the road to 2030's ban on purely petrol or diesel-powered cars, Matt de Prez dug-out pictures and details of the most significant electric vehicle (EV) launches of 2021.
Hyundai is set to broaden the appeal of its Kona crossover with the launch of a 280PS high-performance Kona N and revised pricing to ensure the electric vehicle (EV) version complies with the revised plug-in car grant (PiCG).
Kia's new EV6 crossover is the first of 11 new elelctric vehicles (EV) the brand hopes willl propel it to 1.6 million alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) sales by 2030, with EV sales reaching 880,000 units.
Seat has revealed plans for a new affordable urban electric vehicle (EV) priced from £17,300 to £21,600 and given the green light to the Tavascan EV previously showcased by its Cupra performance sister brand.
Motorline was named as Hyundai Motor UK’s retail group of the year as its dealerships claimed retailer of the year and aftersales dealer of the year awards to mark a memorable hat-trick at the Korean car franchise’s annual awards.
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