Gothenburg, Sweden-headquartered Volvo Cars Group and its China-based parent firm Geely Holdings Group have announced the signing of an agreement to create a joint venture (JV) for its powertrain o
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Proposing stricter carbon emission requirements for the automotive industry, the European Commission (EC) has suggested that no car with an internal combustion engine (ICE) should be allowed to get
Audi, a luxury car brand owned by German automobile giant Volkswagen Group, has announced that the upcoming 2022 Audi Q5 55 TFSI e quattro plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) will offer a longer
German luxury car brand Audi has announced that its all-electric Q4 e-tron is finally available to order in the United Kingdom (UK) in both SUV and ‘Sportback’ coupe versions, with prices starting
Following the footsteps of many other European cities on the path to achieve zero emissions, Belgium’s capital city Brussels has announced plans to put a ban on fossil fuel-powered scooters in 2028
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South Korean automotive manufacturer Hyundai Motors got one more feather added to its cap when its fully electric IONIQ 5 compact crossover SUV was named ‘Car of the Year’ at the recently held Auto
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Jeep, a world-renowned automobile manufacturer owned by Stellantis (formerly FCA), is one of the various automobile brands that are set to undergo a new accelerated electrification plan in the coming years.
The number of plug-in car registrations in Germany in the month of May 2021 grew more than 300 per cent year-over-year, making the segment to represent nearly a quarter of the entire market.
The North West of England enjoyed faster growth in electric car ownership than any other part of the country last year, a fresh analysis of government stats has revealed.
European automaker Volvo Car Group has also confirmed that it has entered a long-term partnership agreement with battery manufacturer Northvolt to set up a new 50 GWh electric vehicle (EV) battery cell manufacturing facility in the Skellefteå city
Only two automobile manufacturers, Volkswagen Group and Volvo, are doing enough to electrify their vehicle lineups to help the European Union (EU) meet its “Green Deal” targets.