Jaguar Land Rover is ditching its internal combustion engines over the decade and will sell all-electric models, starting in 2024.
It has also announced plans to offer hydrogen fuel cell models when demand and infrastructure support them and will expand its subscription rental service.
They come with five-years warranty and free 7kW home charger from £22,205 for the petrol and from £29,695 for the ev after the Government grant.
The specialist ambulance maker Venari will build the model on a chassis cab platform and it will be suitable for full electrification in future.
Nissan’s future small vans will offer a range of all-electric and combustion engine models.
There will be various sizes and both van and mini-bus versions, all made in France and shared with Renault.
After losing its station 65 years ago in the Beeching cuts, Bow Street, Aberystwyth saw its new station open on Sunday without any fanfare in line with Covid-19 restrictions.
Transport for Wales wants to open more stations at St Clears, Carno, Deeside and Ely Mill, Cardiff and there are more planned outside Cardiff and Swansea with a further three to serve Newport and Magor as part of the multi-million pound Metro integrated transport project.