Category Archives: EVs

Significant disparities in the cost of charging an electric vehicle have been revealed as part of a new survey.

Vauxhall stepped out of the hot hatch game after discontinuing the VXR variants of the Astra and the Corsa. However, this is going to change in the future, as Vauxhall will soon launch a performance-focused version of the upcoming fully electric Astra-e.

Electric powertrain conversions for classic cars are rising, with many people seeing them as a fantastic way to keep the community alive while remaining eco-conscious.

Vauxhall will use its classic Manta name for a purely electric car.

Vauxhall has entered a new partnership with leading parking provider JustPark to help more people in the UK switch to electric vehicles by helping them find convenient charging locations near their homes.

Thanks to the continuous development of its electric vehicles, Vauxhall’s Corsa-e and All-new Mokka-e ranges have increased in the official WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure) cycle.

Vauxhall has announced revised pricing for its award-winning electric vehicle range to ensure customers can still access the revised Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) incentive. The price changes for the all-new Mokka-e and the Vivaro-e Life are effective immediately.

Customers will be given the chance to power up their cars in the car parks of McDonald’s drive-thrus after the fast food giant announced plans to install hundreds of charging points at its UK sites.

Vauxhall continues the electrification of its product portfolio with the all-electric, flagship variant of the Vivaro Life, the benchmark for multi-seat passenger cars.

Drivers of zero-emission cars are to be given distinctive green number plates which could make them eligible to by-pass congestion zone charges or secure cheaper parking.

The Vauxhall Corsa-e is set to capitalise on the changing demands of 21st century supermini customers, combining zero emissions technology with affordable running costs and the latest connected features.

Motoring and environmental groups have welcomed the prospect of a new car scrappage scheme encouraging motorists to switch to electric vehicles.

Vauxhall engineers put the finishing touches to next-generation Mokka, The New Mokka will be up to 120 kilogrammes lighter than the previous model and be in dealer showrooms in early 2021.

A ban on the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars could be just 12 years away.

The government has revealed plans to bring forward the ban on selling internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle five years to 2035.

Vauxhall continues to push ahead with its large-scale electrification offensive. As early as 2021, it will offer a total of eight electrified vehicles.

Drivers now have more public places to charge electric cars than they do to fill up with petrol or diesel in a landmark tipping point for motorists.

Starting on 1st July, all electric vehicle with four or more wheels that wants to be approved for road use in the European Union is going to have to have an “Acoustic Vehicle Alert System,” or AVAS.

Vauxhall is continuing its journey towards electrification with the new Grandland X all-wheel drive (AWD) plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).

Auto Express have reported that Vauxhall plan to launch a electric Corsa wearing the VXR badge, as early as 2021.