British Gas is going all-electric with its vehicle fleet after announcing it’s not buying another petrol or diesel engined vehicle.
It has placed an order for 2,000 Vauxhall Vivaro-e vans in the largest commercial fleet order ever in the UK for BEVs and follows 1,000 ordered last summer.
Volkswagen is struggling to obtain enough battery cells for its hybrid Golf models.
The success of the car has been slowed by battery shortages due to suppliers facing issues over semi-conductor chips, a German paper reported quoting a union official.
Bugatti may be sold to hyper-sports car maker Rimac.
The deal has been under discussion for several months and parent Volkswagen has said a decision on the future of its luxury executive brand is expected before the summer.
Customers and employee complaints about car dealerships have quadrupled over the national lockdown, says a solicitor.
Car Dealer Live has been told the issues are wide-spread and have included actions involving litigation of ombudsman at the worst level and it’s been getting worse with each lockdown.
Britain will not implement an EU ruling requiring motor vehicles to have insurance on private land.
Companies faced massive additional costs for earth moving and mechanical handling or processing vehicles, as well as motor sport enthusiasts.
Britain is falling behind several other countries when it comes to the take up of electric vehicle technology, new research has revealed.
An international study by website StreeFreeCarRental.com has ranked the UK eighth in the world when it comes to adopting carbon saving electric vehicles – far behind China and several European nations but well ahead of the US, which barely scrapes into the world top ten with concerns about range and a relative lack of charging points contributed to limited adoption.