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
Suzuki's head of European automobiles Takanori Suzuki and Suzuki GB managing director Nobuo Suyama have visited Luscombe Motors as part of a "fact finding" mission to discuss EV and the future market.
Motors.co.uk, has launched a new electric vehicle hub in response to “growing customer demand” for alternative fuel vehicles.
Lancashire car dealers could be in for an EV boost as the county prepares for the installation of 150 charging points by Chargemaster.
While franchised dealers hope investment and training requirements will deter independents, AM’s survey suggests most workshops are unprepared for boom in AFVs.
Are your dealerships' workshops prepared for electric vehicles and hybrids? Have your say in AM's monthly survey - closes Sunday at midnight.
Motorists are set to make the shift to EVs over the next decade but just 3% are considering the move in the next six months, according to new research.
By Oly Richmond chief executive of Servicing Stop
Motorists fail to see that automated and driverless vehicles will deliver promised benefits such as congestion, running costs and a reduced environmental impact, according to a new study.
Go Ultra Low has broadened the appeal of its EV promotions campaign with the announcement that 100 companies have joined its cause - demonstrating their commitment to run eco-friendly fleets.
Close Brothers Motor Finance has revealed that 21% of motorists will only buy an EV when technology improves.
BuyaCar.co.uk has reported a 113% rise in searches for EV and hybrid vehicles on its website since last week's announcement that the sale of "conventional petrol and diesel" vehicles will be banned in 2040.
JCT600 VLS has been awarded Go Ultra Low status due to promotion and usage of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) in its fleet.
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