DrivesToday may have had to put its Car of the Year competition on hold in 2021 because of Covid uncertainty, but Motor Trend’s annual crowning of its Car of the Year has gone ahead… and this year’s winner will certainly stir up a lot of interest.
Ford has announced plans to transform its Halewood transmission plant into an electric power unit facility. From 2024, it will supply green propulsion technology for all-electric passenger and commercial vehicles sold around Europe
The growing popularity of retro-fit EV conversions is leaving classic car clubs with the dilemma of whether owners who have stripped out their internal combustion engine and replaced it with an all-electric drivetrain can remain members
Polestar has revealed exciting plans to launch three new electric cars in the next three years, kicking off with its 3 SUV in 2022. Shown only under sheets, CEO Thomas Ingenlath also confirmed the names of a Polestar 4 Coupé-SUV set for 2023
As readers will be well aware, there’s a big shift happening. And while we can count ourselves as ‘early adopters’, with a keen interest in technology and motoring in general, the majority face a plunge into the world of electric driving
Opel has unveiled the Rocks-e, a badge-engineered version of the Citroën Ami electric mobility vehicle. While it won’t be coming to the UK, unlike its double chevron-badged sister car, it’s planned for launch in some European markets from 2022
Vauxhall has confirmed the arrival of a fully-electric Astra-e family hatchback in 2023. The zero-emissions model will sit alongside the petrol, diesel, and plug-in hybrid Astra, which gets a radical new design inside and out