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Green Car News
Top five EVs and hybrids for less than £250 a month
With the government planning to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2040 and diesel taking a thrashing in the mainstream media, you might be thinking about leasing an electric or hybrid vehicle for your next car. With manufacturers the world over are announcing ambitious plans to move to these methods of power in the future, and with the older barriers such as range anxiety and lack of...
All you need to know about the Tesla Model 3: price, specs, release date
The all-electric 3 Series rival will boast a minimum range of 215 miles and a 0-62mph time of less than six seconds when it arrives in the UK, we're just not sure when that'll be.
Emission impossible? Not any more. Soon we’ll know which cars REALLY are the cleanest
Emissions are something most of us will consider to one degree or another when selecting our next car. Whether that’s because we want to minimise the amount of tax we pay or for more environmentally friendly reasons, what comes out of the tailpipe is important. But how do we know exactly what is being emitted? Scenes likes this will soon be a thing of the past Until now, we’ve had to go...
Tesla to discontinue Model S 60 and 60D
Having only introduced the Model S 60 last year, Tesla has already called time on the entry level model. Priced from £53,400, the 60 offered a 248-mile range and a 5.5-second 0-62mph sprint, while the four-wheel-drive 60D improved on those figures by five miles and three tenths of a second respectively. Introduced as a more affordable option to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles, ...
£23m boost for UK hydrogen infrastructure
With all the talk of hybrid and electric innovation, we were recently wondering if everyone had forgotten about the role hydrogen can play in the uptake of low emission vehicles. So we were pleased to hear the government has announced it will create a £23m fund to accelerate the take-up of hydrogen vehicles by improving UK infrastructure. From the summer, hydrogen fuel providers will be abl...