Vauxhall has teamed up with leading charge point operators to address the findings of an exclusive investigation that reveals more than 70% of UK councils currently do not have a published strategy in place for residential on-street charging for electric vehicles (EV), leaving millions of potential EV drivers without a place to charge.(more…)
The UK government has announced new regulations that will require public electric vehicle (EV) chargers to be 99% reliable.(more…)
The RAC has said that the government is “not on track” to meet its own commitment to install 500,000 public charging points by 2030.
Vauxhall won’t create “retro cars’ and isn’t keen on ‘overplaying” its heritage, according to the firm’s design boss.(more…)
Drivers of used electric vehicles face a “tax penalty” that could keep older, polluting cars on the road for longer, according to new analysis.(more…)
Electric vehicles will no longer be exempt from road tax from 2025, under plans announced today in the Autumn Statement by the Chancellor.(more…)
Vauxhall has partnered with green entech pioneer Octopus Energy to help improve the UK’s electric vehicle ownership experience at home and on the road, as well as increasing the use of renewable energy and helping to reduce charging costs.(more…)
Classic car community is divided over electric conversions with the majority wanting a new class introduced
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.(more…)
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.(more…)
The Government could lose almost a third of the revenue raised by car-related fuel duty within eight years because of the shift to green motoring, according to a new report.(more…)
Vauxhall continues to push ahead with its large-scale electrification offensive. As early as 2021, it will offer a total of eight electrified vehicles.(more…)
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.(more…)
From next year, every new model of Vauxhall, Peugeot, Citroen, and DS will be available with either a hybrid or electric powertrain.