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  1. Electric cars are already a mainstay on the roads, with a growing number of all-electric models being available to buy right now. The electric effect
  2. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has confirmed that it will have autonomous versions of the ID. Buzz on the road by 2025.Working with Argo AI - a company
  3. Ford has announced the name of its electric pickup truck. Called the F-150 Lightning, it is set to be unveiled in May at an event in Michigan.The entire
  4. A fully electric version of the Porsche Macan has been confirmed and it'll arrive in 2023. We know this because - after testing at the Porsche Development
  5. Dash cams used to be fairly niche items that you didn't see too often, but over the last decade, they've become hugely popular and commonplace. That means
  6. One-in-seven new UK cars is sold with a plug - as either a full electric (BEV) or plug-in hybrid (PHEV). The stat comes from new car industry stats released
  7. Bentley will reportedly bring its first all-electric car to market in 2025.It is predicted to be an SUV and be based on the same VW Group Artemis platform
  8. Genesis Motor - the luxury arm of the Hyundai Motor Group - has officially announced its launch into Europe, wanting to bring the "Genesis difference"
  9. Looking to take some of the confusion out of charging, KiaCharge will aim to simplify the process for Kia EV and PHEV drivers by offering one single payment
  10. Kia has revealed all the details for its new electric car, the Kia EV6. This is an important model for Kia, outlining the future direction for the company
  11. Charging electric vehicles at home is going to become more and relevant as we switch from filling up cars at the local petrol station to charging them
  12. VW's first GTI appeared 45 years ago and now it's the turn of GTX - the electric performance brand moving forward.The first model to get the performance
  13. VW has confirmed that its sporty top-of-the-line electric cars with a leaning towards performance are going to wear the GTX badge.It follows on from the
  14. The UK Government is looking at the changes needed for "self-driving" cars to be permitted on the UK's roads. It's likely that such cars will be permitted
  15. Being able to use your phone hands-free while driving is a must for anyone on the move nowadays, especially if you use your phone as a GPS or for directions.However,