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It’s crunch time for car makers as Apple takes a bigger bite

It’s crunch time for car makers as Apple takes a bigger bite

Apple’s sweeping update to its CarPlay system, revealed at the company’s annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) last week, has presented car manufacturers with... continue

22 Jun 2022EVolution Features
Stellantis shows wireless charging in action

Stellantis shows wireless charging in action

Car maker Stellantis has been running field tests of dynamic induction electric charging for EVs at the Arena of the Future. After months of testing at the Arena del Futuro... continue

10 Jun 2022EVolution Features
Commercial drivers await delivery of ‘van plan’

Commercial drivers await delivery of ‘van plan’

More than half of van owners say they are discouraged from switching to an electric van due to a lack of chargepoint infrastructure, according to research published by the Society of... continue

24 May 2022EVolution Features
Autonomous vehicles are six times safer than human driven ones, D-RISK study suggests

Autonomous vehicles are six times safer than human driven ones, D-RISK study suggests

Autonomous vehicles (AV) trained using extreme one-in-a-million accident data and ‘near-miss’ scenarios can achieve a six-fold improvement on the detection of a collision risk posed by other road users compared to vehicles being trained using traditional approaches. That is a key finding finding of D-RISK, a government backed... continue

24 May 2022EVolution Features
UK is heading in right direction on EV adoption, but charging infrastructure needs a boost

UK is heading in right direction on EV adoption, but charging infrastructure needs a boost

The critical role played by electric vehicles (EVs) in helping to achieve the UK government’s net zero target cannot be underestimated. According to the UK’s Climate Change Committee (CCC), the switch from combustion engine vehicles to help keep on track for 2050’s net zero ambition, necessitates that 55% of all light duty vehicles –... continue

12 May 2022EVolution Features
Electrifying transport: Record growth but challenges mount

Electrifying transport: Record growth but challenges mount
Luke Gear

Elon Musk once made a prediction that every form of... continue

12 May 2022EVolution Features
Vehicle fortune-telling

Vehicle fortune-telling

Fantasising about the future has consistently been a preoccupation of humankind.... continue

1 May 2022EVolution Features
Car makers treble battery range in a decade

Car makers treble battery range in a decade

Current electric vehicle buyers can purchase models that offer, on average, more than three times the battery range compared with a decade ago, according to new research... continue

26 Apr 2022EVolution Features
Bentley’s ‘Dream Factory’ becomes a green factory

Bentley’s ‘Dream Factory’ becomes a green factory

Bentley Motors says the luxury marque’s “Dream Factory” in Crewe is on course to become a sustainable car brand. The latest available data from the company’s headquarters... continue

21 Apr 2022EVolution Features
Use of ultra-rapid chargers is on the rise

Use of ultra-rapid chargers is on the rise

There has been a marked increase in the use of ultra-rapid chargers across the UK, which indicates both a willingness by electric vehicle owners to drive further and a... continue

21 Apr 2022EVolution Features
The best EV charging networks (and the worst)

The best EV charging networks (and the worst)

The Zap-Map electric vehicle mapping service has released its annual public charging network satisfaction rankings. The league table, now in its fourth year, comes from... continue

20 Apr 2022EVolution Features
Government sets out plan for greater energy independence

Government sets out plan for greater energy independence

The UK government’s Energy Security Strategy highlights a plan to accelerate the deployment of wind, new nuclear, solar and hydrogen power generation in order to ensure energy independence over the coming years. The... continue

6 Apr 2022EVolution Features
Urban Mobile Charging project will pilot rapid solutions

Urban Mobile Charging project will pilot rapid solutions

As electric vehicle ownership rises across Europe, the availability of sufficient charging infrastructure is a growing concern both for cities and drivers alike. Networks of fast chargers are seen as a solution, but in... continue

31 Mar 2022EVolution Features
Battery electric vehicles are a greener alternative, says report

Battery electric vehicles are a greener alternative, says report

Improvements in battery technology and end-of-life treatment will make battery electric vehicles (BEVs) even greener in the future, says a report commissioned by the Department for Transport. The benefits of a typical new battery electric car is estimated... continue

25 Mar 2022EVolution Features
RAC takes on Eustice’s doubts over green credentials of EVs

RAC takes on Eustice’s doubts over green credentials of EVs

The RAC has moved to set the record straight following remarks made by the Environment Secretary that the gains from electric cars may be less than some hope for. The motoring organisation has commissioned report by a leading academic... continue

18 Mar 2022EVolution Features
Energy Superhub Oxford takes shape

Energy Superhub Oxford takes shape
Mark Moran

Oxford will soon be home to the UK’s largest public EV charging hub. Work is progressing at... continue

22 Feb 2022EVolution Features
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Autonomous vehicles: Thatcham Research backs case for legal clarity

Autonomous vehicles: Thatcham Research backs case for legal clarity
Mark Moran

The Law Commission report on autonomous vehicles marks a necessary... continue

28 Jan 2022EVolution Features
EV fires: A burning issue

EV fires: A burning issue

Fires in electric vehicles (EVs) gain a lot of media attention in comparison to their internal... continue

28 Jan 2022EVolution Features
Laying down the law on autonomous vehicles

Laying down the law on autonomous vehicles
Mark Moran

Legislation is needed to draw a clear distinction between genuine self-driving features and those that merely assist drivers,... continue

27 Jan 2022EVolution Features
Petrol versus electric: A battle of hearts and minds

Petrol versus electric: A battle of hearts and minds
Peter O'Driscoll

From the first Grand Prix at Brooklands to the... continue

17 Jan 2022EVolution Features
Budget Airline Car: An alternative to short haul flights?

Budget Airline Car: An alternative to short haul flights?
Mark Moran

In the future there could be a new type of car for the... continue

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