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Skoda's Superb 1,100 mile Greenline range

Skoda's new Superb Greenline has the potential to cover more than 1,100 miles on a tank of fuel. The Superb Greenline is the most efficient model in the range and features a 1.6 litre TDI diesel engine under the bonnet. The 120hp unit returns 76.4 MPG...

German giants join Ko-HAF automated driving project

Technology giant Bosch has joined Ko-HAF - a German Government-led consortium to develop highly automated cars. The project has a total funding of more than 36 million euros, with almost 17 million of that from the German Federal Ministry for Economic...

Jaguar could electrify new F-Pace range

The latest must-have car in a manufacturer's range seems to be a low-emission large SUV, with Jaguar's F-Pace set to get in on the act. Jaguar has confirmed technology details for the F-Pace model and the advanced kit could be joined by an all-electric...

Plug-in Car Grant scheme extended

The Government has announced that its Plug-in Car Grant will continue until at least February 2016. Revealed today (Wednesday 26th August), the grant will remain open to motorists looking to buy a new ultra-low emission vehicle (ULEV) until early 2016...

Lexus to give RX Frankfurt debut

Lexus' RX will make its European debut at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show. The SUV - soon to be in its fourth generation - has been Lexus' best selling vehicle in the company's 26 year history, with almost one third of all Lexus models sold featuring...

Nissan brings EV expertise to 'Fuel Station of the Future' project

Nissan is collaborating with Foster + Partners to create the "Fuel Station of the Future". With Nissan's proven commitment to manufacturing electric vehicles (EVs), the Japanese firm is collaborating with the world-renowned architectural firm to rethink...

New Euro 6 engines for Dacia range

Dacia has announced that it has installed Euro 6 compliant engines across its entire range. The budget brand from the Renault-Nissan Alliance group has added a number of brand new engines to its four model line-up, bringing it in line with regulations...

Ideal time to buy a low emission vehicle

With the new 65 number plate starting on Tuesday 1st September, now is a good time to be looking at buying a new car - especially for low emission car buyers. For those who what the latest number plate, the first week of September remains a crucial...

New Euro 6 emissions rules could catch out diesel drivers

Business mobility specialist Alphabet is warning fleet managers and drivers of changes to regulations that could see vehicles immobilised if ignored. As of Tuesday 1st September, all new cars - plus light commercial vehicles under 1305kg (unladen) -...

Scottish motorists get £2.5 million electric car boost

Scottish motorists are set to benefit from a &pound2.5 million electric car fund where they can apply for an interest-free loan of up to £50,000 for electric of plug-in hybrid vehicles. The Electric Vehicle Loan is open to anyone buying a new electric...

Ben Lane

Author:Ben Lane
Date Updated:19th Aug 2015