‘A quarter of Brits consider switching to an alternatively-fuelled vehicle’

More than two-fifths have spent less than £10 during the past month, whilst almost a third admitted they’ve not needed to spend any money filling their vehicles with fuel, according to a survey

BEVs see lowest drop as UK car sales suffer ‘steepest decline of recent times’

BEVs have increased their share of the car market almost 30-fold from 0.9% in April 2019 to 31.9% in April this year

‘Number of diesel cars on UK streets drops for first time since 1994’

There were 110,000 fewer diesel cars licensed in 2019 compared to the previous year, according to governmental data

‘More than 11,000 deaths avoided in Europe due to cleaner air during the lockdown’

Reduced fossil fuel consumption during the epidemic has also resulted in 6,000 fewer new cases of asthma in children and 600 fewer preterm births, according to a new study

EU speeds up new tyre labelling to slash car emissions

The labels will include information on fuel efficiency and wet grip, on a scale from ‘A’ to ‘G’, similar to the energy labelling used for household appliances

Ford to scale up production of medical equipment in fight against coronavirus

The company plans to assemble more than 100,000 face shields per week and leverage its in-house 3D printing capability to produce components for use in personal protective equipment

The 3.6m UK cars licensed in the last decade ‘would cover entire the British coastline’

This increase of cars has been said to ‘worsen road conditions, air quality and increase dramatically carbon emissions’

BMW teases new EV that ‘reaches top speed in four seconds’

The new Concept i4 offers a range of up to 372 miles on a single charge

From farm to fuel tank: Government consults to double green content of fuel

The consultation could see petrol with a 10% bioethanol content introduced as the standard grade by as early as next year

New cars ‘emit 7% more CO2 than older vehicles’

A new report suggests despite this the latest emission standards have succeeded in reducing human-harming air pollution