Franchised car retailers have a role to play in disproving the challenges of electric vehicle (EV) adoption if consumers are to wholeheartedly adopt new AFV technology, writes Mike Morris, chief executive of Nexus Infrastructure and its subsidiary eSmart Networks.
MPs who suggested that climate change targets require many UK motorists to ‘ditch the car’ completely by 2050 have questioned the commitment of car manufacturers and dealers to the promotion of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs).
Close Brothers Motor Finance’s director of sales Sean Kemple has compiled his top five tips for car dealers looking to embark on a search for hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) forecourt stock.
There is widespread agreement that climate change is a major threat to our futures and the motor industry is taking an innovative lead by developing alternatives to the traditional carbon producing internal combustion engine (ICE).
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has said that electric vehicles’ share of new car registrations could double in 2020 after sales almost tripled amid a 4.1% decline in the wider market during in July.