Polestar has released a second teaser image of the forthcoming Polestar 3 pure electric performance SUV.
It will launch in 2022 as the company’s first SUV and will be its first vehicle to be built in the US, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Stellantis has collaborated on a pilot project to build near Milan a 1,000 metre road implanted with an electrical loop to test inductive charging in future cars.
Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer system – the main feature of “Arena del Futuro” – is proving to be one of the best candidates in giving immediate, concrete answers when it comes to the requirements for decarbonization and environmental sustainability in the mobility sector.
New electric car sales data for November shows the month was the highest for the market share of electric vehicle sales on record outside of a lockdown – almost 1 in 5 new cars across the UK was fully electric.
This data is from New AutoMotive’s Electric Car Count shows electric car sales are the fastest growing segment of the new car market in the UK, representing 19% of new car sales in November, up from 9% the year before while petrol continues to decline, and diesel car sales are in freefall dropping from 17,045 in Nov 2020 to 7,929 in Nov 2021.
The Morgan Motor Company has showcased the design direction of its all-new three-wheeled model with the release of a series of never-before-seen design sketches.
Taken from the drawing boards of Morgan’s design team, the illustrations demonstrate the aesthetic intent of the new model, as well as the inspirations that underpin it before it goes into production in 2022.
Subaru UK has launched a new Quick Check programme which will enable all Subaru customers to have a comprehensive safety check carried out by their local Subaru dealer at no cost, while also benefiting from a set of free wiper blades, free washer fluid top-up if required and a free air freshener.
The Subaru Quick Check is a full 38-point check to ensure the customer’s vehicle is safe and ready for the upcoming winter weather. The Quick Check covers every aspect of the safety and performance of the vehicle and provides the customer with a full condition report for enhanced peace of mind.
As the DVLA campaigns for drivers to have “regular eye tests” to ensure they are not a risk on the road, a survey by Venson Automotive Solutions found that 40% of respondents have not had an eye test within the past two years – the maximum recommended period between tests.
If a driver is stopped by police and found to be unable to meet the ‘standards of vision for driving’, they could be hit with a £1,000 fine or receive points on their licence, but most are likely to have their licence removed.