Polestar strengthens its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint through two strategic partnerships in the UK with Ohme as home charging partner and green energy provider, Octopus Energy.
The three-way partnership will offer Polestar customers in the UK both cheaper charging at home and on the road together with the option to reduce carbon footprint through renewable energy provision for home charging.
Adrian Mardell, chief executive of Jaguar Land Rover, has apologised to customers after a parts logistics crisis has left almost 5,000 of cars still stuck at JLR dealerships awaiting repairs.
The business closed its 18 parts depots nationwide and put everything into a single unit in Leicestshire which has been over-worked and jammed with orders while unable to obtain all the required parts, and Mr Mardell said the situation is expected to continue into Spring 2024 while courtesy cars have run out as well.
Visitors to Motorcycle Live will be ‘buzzing’ between 18-26 November as the UK’s biggest and most interactive motorcycle and scooter show offers a whole host of activities for fans of electric power, including UK debuts of brand-new models and the chance to try electric powered machines.
No matter what stage of riding level, there’s the chance to ‘have a go’ on electric two-wheeler this year so long as you hold the basic licence before the event at the NEC Birmingham.
The third London EV Show will be held from 28 – 30 November at ExCel London, UK, promises to unite a dynamic and global audience of more than 10,000+ participants. Enthusiasts and experts from all corners of the world will converge for an engaging and diverse experience.
Retaining its distinction as the largest EV event in London, it will feature keynote speeches from top-notch speakers, panel discussions and Q&A sessions providing participants with valuable insights into the latest trends and developments in the EV industry together with a display of the latest electric models you can buy.
SsangYong’s new owner KG Mobility has entered a next-generation hybrid system agreement with global electric vehicle leaders BYD of China.
This agreement will see battery packs produced in Korea integrated into the Torres EVX (below) and the company’s new BEV pick-up, which is scheduled for mass production in the second half of 2024, and in other applicable vehicle models.