The new Vauxhall Mokka B-SUV sector family car is now on sale from £20,735 to £34,970 over the 26-model range.
It is sold with 100ps or 130ps 1.2 petrol and 110ps 1.5 diesel engines and also as fully electric with a certified 201 miles charged range and is roomier inside than the previous generation Mokka.
The all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQA series is now on sale with the 250 Sport from £40,495 on-the-road including the £3,000 plug-in car grant while the EQA 250 AMG Line is available from £41,995.
With a range of up to 263 miles (WLTP) from its 66.5 kWh battery, the 188 hp EQA 250 is the newest addition to the EQ range, joining the EQC and the EQV premium MPV in the Mercedes-Benz battery electric vehicle (BEV) line-up.
Ford is pouring $29 Billion into electric and autonomous vehicles despite facing a $2.8 Billion loss in the last quarter.
It’s also lost vehicle production to the semi-conductor shortage but plans to double up planned spending until 2025 to win ev commercial vehicle buyers.
Sales of electric cars trebled last year to over a million models through the EU.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association added a further 1.18 M were self-charging hybrids, but petrol models still took 48% of all registrations.