Electric Vehicles

Renault announces new Trafic E-Tech with 184 miles of range

Renault has announced a new electric version of the Traffic, which has 184 miles of range. This now marks the time where the company now offers an electric version of every single van in its lineup. The new Trafic is based on the diesel version, meaning it isn’t a bespoke vehicle. The electrical motors are located under the bonnet with the batteries under the main floor of the van. Renault […]

Fiat reveals pricing for the new 600e, will be from £32,995

Fiat has this week revealed the official UK pricing for the new Fiat 600e, after the car was revealed in July earlier this year. In the UK, the base model 600e will start from £32,995 and offer 249 miles of range. The car sits on a new e-CMP2 shared Stellantis platform, shared with the new Jeep Avenger. The new car will go sale in October and will start being delivered […]

Electric car subscription service, Onto has collapsed into administration

Electric car subscription service, Onto has collapsed into administration earlier this week, following on from mounting debt and multiple rounds of funding. The company was owned by Legal & General (L&G) and they have earlier this week, pulled the plug on the company. Up until going bust, Onto had amassed a total of 7,000 EVs on its fleet and 20,000 customers. The company allows customers to essentially subscribe a new […]

Honda e Advance Review, a future classic?

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ 4/5 “The Honda e is an amazing proof of concept and as a city car, it works really well. The design is iconic and really attention grabbing. However, the range can be limiting for some people.” Intro The Honda e was originally introduced back in 2017 as a concept car and at the time, it caught the attention and imagination of the automotive press and the public. It was […]

Ford reveals new Mustang Mach-E Rally with 480bhp

Ford has revealed an all-new rally inspired Mustang Mach-E, with 480bhp and four wheel drive. The car was shown off in person at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July but under camouflage. The new car will go on sale in the UK in early 2024 with no information about the pricing or whether or not it’ll only be available as a limited edition model. Compared to the standard Mustang […]

BP opens “UK’s largest electric car charging hub” in Birmingham

BP has opened what it claims to be the largest charging hub in the UK. The new location is at the Birmingham NEC and is called a ‘Gigahub’ with capacity for up to 180 vehicles in total, with 30 being superfast 300kW DC chargers and a further 150 with 7kW AC chargers. This is now the third large location that BP has opened recently, one at Gatwick airport and another […]

Tesla announces new refreshed Model 3

Tesla has just revealed a new refreshed Model 3 at a media event in Norway. This is the first major change to the to car since the Model 3 was announced back in March 2016. Rather than a huge change, this is more of a mid-life refresh with modernised design, cleaner cabin, more range, better ride quality and much more. First of all, the new Model 3 has been spotted […]

BYD to drop the ‘Build your dreams’ slogan

BYD is still a very new brand here in the UK and Europe and if there is anything that’ll put potential buyers off, it’s a strange name for a car company. BYD is a huge Chinese battery manufacture and has only recently started to bring its cars to the UK and Europe. The brand name actually stands for ‘Build your dreams’ and this has had some controversial takes from car […]

SAIC set to manufacture the MG4 in Europe

SAIC,the parent company behind MG Motor is considering opening a new factory dedicated to building the MG4 electric car somewhere in Europe. The company hasn’t revealed any concrete information about where the location will be yet. However, we can expect SAIC to make the decision in the next few years. William Wang, the head of MG Europe gave some insight into the decision process. While the company hasn’t yet decided […]