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Royal Mail goes electric with Peugeot 0

The Royal Mail is to buy 100 electric Peugeot vans and install charging infrastructure across its network, the organisation has announced. The vans in question, Peugeot Partner L2 Electric vans are 100% electric and are to be used by the Royal Mail to deliver letters and parcels from its national delivery offices. The postal service(…)

Diesel sales plummet as electric cars shine 0

Diesel is set to “almost disappear” from the international car market over the course of the next decade as it faces a “perfect storm” from the competition posed by more affordable electric cars and tougher legislation imposed by regulators, a UBS report has predicted. The once competitive price advantage diesel enjoyed by diesel vehicles for(…)

Honda predict the extinction of petrol engines 0

Mitsura Kariya, Honda Civic’s development leader, has predicted that the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology will become the ultimate aim in motoring evolution. During the launch of the new Civic at the company’s UK headquarters in Swindon, Kariya talked of the company’s belief of where the future of motoring is heading – and predicted(…)

Hyundai To Unleash Prius Rival 0

The Toyota Prius has been the standalone vehicle in the hybrid world for some time now. They have been seen as affordable, reliable and effective hybrid vehicles. Now however, Hyundai look set to undercut the massive Japanese automotive company after releasing specs and pricing on a new range of Ioniq models. The new Hyundai Ioniq(…)

An Electric James Bond? 0

James Bond has it all doesn’t he? A cool job, an unimaginable amount of gadgets, gorgeous women and some of the finest Aston Martins ever produced. But, what is the future of James Bonds cars going to be like? Well, according to Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer, James Bond will soon be driving all electric(…)

Electric cars: the solution to the diesel damage? 0

Electric cars are becoming rapidly more popular in the UK, with an increase from 3,500 on the road in 2013, to around 40,000 in 2015. That figure is set to keep rising, especially in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal that is casting a dark cloud over the diesel industry. Electric cars have seen(…)