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Motorists go green but grey is still the colour of choice

Motorists go green but grey is still the colour of choice

Britain’s drivers cemented their preference for monochrome cars as grey topped the new car colour chart for the sixth year in a row, according to the latest figures... continue

22 Jan 2024EVolution Features
Tech giants could displace automotive OEMs

Tech giants could displace automotive OEMs
Dr James Edmondson

The automotive market is a huge industry, and its evolution has spawned several giant corporations with many sub-brands, many... continue

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19 Jan 2024EVolution Features
Half of new car purchases set to be EVs

Half of new car purchases set to be EVs

Almost half of Britons intending to buy a new car are planning to purchase an ultra-low emission vehicle as their next vehicle, according to a National... continue

18 Jan 2024EVolution Features
AI trip down the road in 2050

AI trip down the road in 2050

Across Europe road landscapes are changing as government-backed initiatives such as low-emission zones and electric... continue

11 Jan 2024EVolution Features
The road ahead is a connected one

The road ahead is a connected one
James Falkiner

Connected and software-defined vehicles (SDVs) represent a new paradigm for automakers and... continue

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8 Jan 2024EVolution Features
The future for fuel cells

The future for fuel cells
Dr James Edmondson

Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have made monumental progress in the... continue

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5 Jan 2024EVolution Features
Over the air updates are the future

Over the air updates are the future
James Falkiner

Tesla’s recent recall could have cost it billions of dollars, but instead, an over-the-air... continue

19 Dec 2023EVolution Features
Regulating driver sensing systems

Regulating driver sensing systems
Yulin Wang

Driver monitoring systems (DMS) have gained considerable momentum, driven by the escalating SAE... continue

12 Dec 2023EVolution Features
'Wheels of change are turning in London... and they're electric'

'Wheels of change are turning in London... and they're electric'

Five new ultra-rapid electric vehicle charging hub sites will be offered by the Mayor of London to the market. The news comes as Transport for London announced Zest will be expanding its charging network, and the publication of a new report reveals that... continue

28 Nov 2023EVolution Features
Electrification beyond cars

Electrification beyond cars
Dr James Edmondson & Shazan Siddiqi

2023 has proven another momentous year for the electric vehicle (EV) market.... continue

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TTF showcases near-to-market connected vehicle solutions

TTF showcases near-to-market connected vehicle solutions

The Transport Technology Forum’s Connected Vehicle Working Group has undertaken the latest in its series of demonstrations of cutting-edge near-to-market solutions. A group of invited senior decision-makers from the... continue

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25 Oct 2023EVolution Features
Motability Foundation funds work improve accessibility of future transport

Motability Foundation funds work improve accessibility of future transport

History has shown us that ensuring accessibility of new technologies and services can often slip down the agenda in favour of rapid deployment and the need to generate short-term return on investment. For example, there has long been a lack of consideration of the accessibility requirements for... continue

18 Oct 2023EVolution Features
Empowering collaboration and innovation in zero-emission vehicles

Empowering collaboration and innovation in zero-emission vehicles

A diverse array of innovative projects and initiatives in the realm of zero-emission vehicles and charging infrastructure were on display at the Cenex LCV & CAM 2023 event. The co-located events were hosted at UTAC Millbrook test track facility in... continue

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18 Sep 2023EVolution Features
Charging Forward to 2030

Charging Forward to 2030

There needs to be a more joined up thinking between stakeholders involved in accelerating the... continue

13 Sep 2023EVolution Features
How is use of public EV chargepoint networks changing?

How is use of public EV chargepoint networks changing?

Utilisation of UK chargepoints across most power ratings has not changed significantly over the past two years, a new report suggests. The Green Finance Institute has worked with chargepoint mapping service Zapmap... continue

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Harnessing solar energy is a bright idea

Harnessing solar energy is a bright idea

Over half the solar panels needed to hit national net zero targets could be fitted on rooftops and in car parks, says a report from the CPRE, the countryside... continue

26 May 2023EVolution Features
Mind the electric gender gap

Mind the electric gender gap

Urgent action is needed to reduce a widening gender gap in the electric car market as we approach the... continue

26 May 2023EVolution Features
Charging for charging: how an EV duty might fix motoring taxes

Charging for charging: how an EV duty might fix motoring taxes

The rising popularity of electric vehicles is creating a black hole in public finances that, if left unchecked, could see the government lose out on £32bn in tax. While some believe only nationwide road pricing can provide the answer, a new... continue

11 Apr 2023EVolution Features
Electric roads pave the way for smaller car batteries

Electric roads pave the way for smaller car batteries

If an electric car charges while driving, the size of the battery can be reduced by up to 70%, and the load on the power grid can be spread out over the day. Charging on the move suits most people, but not... continue

8 Apr 2023EVolution Features
EV sales are steady but slow

EV sales are steady but slow

Electric cars accounted for 16.21% of all new car registrations in the UK in March, according to research body... continue

4 Apr 2023EVolution Features
A machine vision solution for autonomous vehicles

A machine vision solution for autonomous vehicles
Mark Moran

Aston University has completed a two-year partnership with Coventry-based global transport technology firm Aurrigo, resulting in a sophisticated... continue

22 Mar 2023EVolution Features
Electric trucks get priority at Port of Gothenburg

Electric trucks get priority at Port of Gothenburg
Mark Moran

Electric trucks are being granted priority passage and handling in the container terminal at the Port of Gothenburg in The Netherlands. This initiative enables terminal operator APM Terminals to... continue

1 Mar 2023EVolution Features

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