Engines

3rd March 2020

VW Unveils First Compact SUV BEV

Volkswagen has unveiled its first production ready battery powered compact SUV in the shape of the ID.4. Closely following the technology previously displayed in its ID. Crozz  concept car,...

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2nd March 2020

China Continues Russian Automotive Charm Offensive

China’s carmakers continue making inroads into the Russian market with GAC Motor’s latest showrooms opening in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Vladimir. The openings coincide with the automaker’s launch of...

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28th February 2020

Modern Cars Worse Polluters Than Older Ones

New cars are producing more global warming emissions than older ones because they are growing too big and are loaded with technology. That’s the suggest made following a study...

26th February 2020

UK Public EV Charge Costs 10 Times More Than at Home

Charging an EV can be nearly 10 times more expensive than using a consumer’s domestic power supply. That’s the claim of a study by UK automotive consumer title What...

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25th February 2020

VW Touareg PHEV Debuts at Geneva

Volkswagen will debut its popular full-size SUV Touareg with a PHEV powertrain at next week’s 2020 Geneva Motor Show. The marque’s top-of-the-range R model features a system with a...

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25th February 2020

Racing EV Range Extender Set for Mass Market Roll-out

The Chinese creator of a turbine driven EV recharging range extender system plans to roll-out the race track technology to the mass market including passenger vehicles. Techrules, best known...

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25th February 2020

PHEV Powertrain for DS’s Luxury ‘Limo’

DS enters the luxury limousine segment with the launch of its range-topping DS 9 boasting PHEV powertrains. The beast is the PSA Group’s largest executive cruiser measuring of 16-feet...

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24th February 2020

High Tech Heritage Launches Planned for Geneva

Two heritage marques will use Geneva to launch their latest products ranging from the high-tech to the traditional. Firstly Automobili Pininfarina will present a strictly limited special edition of...

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24th February 2020

Weekly Brief: Tesla Rides Crest of Electrification Wave

Tesla’s newest vehicle, the Model Y crossover SUV, finally received its certification from the US Environmental Protection Agency last week. The Model Y’s range came in at 315 miles...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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21st February 2020

Seat’s Cupra Leon Brings Supercar Pace to the Masses

Spanish carmaker Seat brings supercar performance to the masses with a Cupra Leon boasting a 0-62mph sprint time of just 4.8 seconds. That type of performance would usually be...

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20th February 2020

Diesel Powertrain Remains for Kia Sorento

While news that the new fourth generation Kia Sorento will boast a self-charging hybrid powertrain option is less than surprising, its diesel sibling will raise a few eyebrows. The...

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19th February 2020

Renault to Unveil Morphoz BEV at Geneva

Renault has released what could be a grille detail of its latest concept BEV to be unveiled at next month’s 2020 Geneva Motor Show. Calling it Morphoz, the automaker...

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