Peugeot has introduced a £3,000 ‘Upgrade to Peugeot offer for new car retail buyers
Consumers need guidance of Government and the motor industry to speed uptake of electric vehicles. A joined-up action is needed, says Auto Trader director Ian Plummer,
Franchised dealers will be "instrumental" in educating consumers about the benefits and practicalities of electric cars, according to The National Franchised Dealers Association.
The second edition of the NFDA Electric Vehicle Dealer Attitude Survey has shown that Toyota “topped every question” due to EV commitment over the next two years.
The next decade will see fiercer competition between franchised and independent dealers for aftersales customers, warns Dr Andrew Tongue, research director with the ICDP.
When it is never plugged in – but an end to the grant and a dent in PHEVs’ reputation may come too late to save diesel
Though volumes of all electric vehicles are likely to grow, there are some fundamental differences in selling hybrids and ‘pure’ EVs
Manufacturers’ product pipelines are full of hybrids and pure EVs, but retailers need the right mindset and knowledge to sell them
LeasePlan and SAIC Mobility Europe, a division of China’s largest vehicle manufacturer SAIC, are working together on a plan to bring SAIC’s Maxus zero emission electric LCVs to the market in Europe.
Mercedes-Benz is expected to overtake Tesla to become the market leader in electric vehicle (EV) production by 2021, according to PA Consulting.
Car buyers are avoiding electric vehicles (EVs) due to the higher "upfront expense", according to new research from Auto Trader.
Latest PCP pricing puts alternative technology on price parity with traditionally engined cars.
The number of UK drivers considering EV ownership has doubled in the past year according to Close Brothers Motor Finance's Britain Under the Bonnet report.
Lookers will be undertaking a carbon-neutral charity challenge, Lookers Electric Charge, relaying EVs over 2,000 miles in aid of Ben.
The rise of EV and hybrids may fuel an already buoyant test-drive demand, according to WhatCar? research.
Solid-state batteries are expected to be a game-changer for the growth of the electric vehicle (EV) market.
DS Automobiles has become the latest car brand to announce that all its new car lines will include electrified versions, but six years behind rival Volvo.
In the first three months of this year there were 13,327 new electric and plug-in hybrid cars registered, a 16% increase on the same quarter last year.
The growing cost of public charge points combined with low residual values could leave EV owners out of pocket, according to What Car?
David Martell, the chief executive of charging point supplier Chargemaster, on what the future holds for the EV market and how it will affect car dealers
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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