Ford has more than trebled its UK charging network’s size ahead of delivering its new battery electric vehicle (BEV) the Mustang Mach-E.
The European Commission has approved a second Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) that will see €2.9 billion handed out to carmakers
After a year where UK car production declined by 29.3%, to roughly 921,000 units, manufacturers must adapt and take the turn towards electrically-chargeable vehicles (EVs).
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Europe’s car dealers continue to face COVID-19 restrictions, with dealerships in some markets currently closed, except for servicing, maintenance and repair (SMR) work and online ‘click-and-collect’.
Nissan wants its operations, and the life cycle of its products, to be carbon-neutral by 2050.
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Electrically-chargeable vehicle (EV) infrastructure developer ubitricity has been acquired by Shell, in the latest example of oil companies looking to expand their horizons beyond traditional fuels.
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Germany has reached out to Taiwan in a bid to ease the semiconductor shortage currently causing production problems for carmakers.