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SMMT urges UK government to back new diesel technology as new car registrations fall

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past 6 months, I’m sure you’re aware of the demonetisation of the once heralded diesel car. The government U-Turn on diesel cars combined with diesel emissions cheating by more than one

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Posted in Car Sales

Nissan Leaf doubles UK sales in 2014, continues to lead the pack

The triumphant Nissan Leaf had a bumper year in 2014 with sales doubling over 2013.  Figures released by Nissan have revealed that an impressive 4,051 Leaf’s were sold in 2014 compared to just 1,812 units in 2013. Even though the figures

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The BMW i8 mixes 95MPG with 362BHP

With the fan fare of the i3 now over, we thought we’d take the chance to introduce the next in the line up of BMW’s i brand: the i8. The i8 has been around in concept form for 4 years

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Posted in Green Car News

British Companies Promote Use of Electric Cars

The government has been encouraging the use of electric cars for many years now with the tax credit of up to £5,000 and the extension of local charging point networks. Now British companies are doing their bit to promote electric

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Electric cars and the heat of technology

When you first start driving an electric car, one of the biggest adjustments you have to make is with the heating. While it’s an equal pain to scrape ice from any kind of car, once a combustion engine is running

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Wireless Charger for Electric Cars

The next innovation for electric cars is on its way. An American start-up company is planning to cut the cord for electric vehicles by developing a ‘plugless’ charging station. Evatran has created a cordless technology that allows cars to be

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