Hybrid

Fuel
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Which? warns of rising CO2 emissions from latest cars

Following an analysis of its car testing results, Which? has found that the most recent petrol, diesel and hybrid cars…

Cars
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The London Motor & technology Show 2019

Our Intelligent Instructor team attended the London Motor & Technology Show with a view to getting hands-on with some of the cars we think will be considered by driving instructors over the next 12 months
Technology & Innovation
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Refillable technology could provide enough energy to drive an electric car up to 3,000 miles

A new type of electric vehicle power using “refillable” technology has taken another giant leap in advancing alternative energy with…

Cars
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UK firm launches fuel cell charge point for electric cars – but will hydrogen power our electric dreams?

British firm AFC Energy has launched the first ever hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle charger, a system it describes as a “breakthrough” in clean mobility
Cars
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Toyota announce huge Hybrid vehicle recall

The Japanese car maker has announced many models have a defect that pose a fire risk and a total of 32,393 UK-registered vehicles are affected by the recall
Technology & Innovation
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Electric car myth buster

New research reveals a huge misunderstanding of pure electric cars by the British public
Technology & Innovation
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Volvo’s electrifying plans

In July of last year, they announced that all Volvo they would have a new focus on EV’s, including 5 new fully EV models