Kia UK has partnered with Project EDWARD again as vehicle partner in 2022, providing three all-electric EV6 GT-Line S models for the team to use on their nationwide road trip from 17-21 October including two schools in Wales.
First run in 2016, Project EDWARD is the UK’s biggest platform for showcasing best practice in road safety. It promotes an evidence-led, ‘safe system’ approach – the long-term objective of which is a road traffic system free from death and serious injury.
Tens of thousands of Audi and Bentley models sold since 2021 may have defective reversing cameras.
A software issue can result in no rear image being displayed when reverse gear is selected and those owners with suspected models will be notified for the free fix.
One in three vans that are regularly checked by the ATS Euromaster Mastercare inspection service require remedial actions.
The tyre and maintenance provider says that pressure on fleets for greater 24/7 run time is creating additional tyre wear and it inspects 5,800 vehicles each month.
Chinese carmakers are starting to get a firm foothold on the European market, accounting for 5% of all BEVs sold so far this year.
Based on current trends, they could be providing Europe with 9% to 18% of its battery electrics (BEV) in 2025, said Transport & Environment which warned that a failure of EU carmakers to scale up BEV supply could result in overseas companies capturing most of the mass market in Europe.
MOKE International is returning the Moke Californian to America after 40 years with the more powerful and highway-legal Electric MOKE Californian – a zero-emissions reimagination of the original 1964 Mini Moke.
This is the first time a genuine version of the original Mini Moke has gone on sale in the U.S. in more than four decades, and the first time a highway-legal version of the original Mini Moke has been available in America, with a top speed of 50mph and a range of 80 miles.