Could This Electric Pick-Up Beat The Cybertruck?


Fisker's new electric pick-up, the Alaska, is set to hit the market in 2025 alongside the Ronin GT and Pear hatchback models.

Ford Patents Wireless In-Road Charging to Power EVs While Driving


Ford was recently granted a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for an in-road wireless charging system that could theoretically allow electric vehicles to charge while driving.

JLR's Electric Hiring Spree Powers Up UK's EV Job Market


Jaguar Land Rover's (JLR) recruitment of 300 new technicians and engineers highlights the UK's booming electric vehicle (EV) job market.

Industry Veteran Andy Palmer Blasts UK Government's ‘Flawed’ EV Approach


Former auto executive Andy Palmer has emerged as a vocal critic of the UK government's electric vehicle policies, adding to growing industry dissent.

Fisker Aims To Set New Sustainability Benchmark with Electric Ronin Supercar


Fisker Inc. founder Henrik Fisker has unveiled his company's latest model, the Ronin - a sleek four-seat electric convertible billed as the world's most sustainable supercar.

Aston Martin Unveils Sensational DB12 Volante Convertible


Aston Martin has unveiled the new DB12 Volante, an open-top variant of its recently launched DB12 coupe.

Chinese Automaker Omoda Aims to Disrupt UK Market with New Electric SUV


Little-known Chinese brand Omoda has boldly announced plans to launch sales of its futuristic 5 SUV in the UK next year. The move highlights China's growing export ambitions as domestic automakers look to established Western markets. Worksop Branch Closure


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Next AMG GT Continues Transformation Under Mercedes-Benz


Mercedes-AMG is putting the final touches on the next-generation AMG GT sports car, set to debut at Monterey Car Week

UK Motor Insurance Premiums Hit Record Highs


Average car insurance premiums in the UK have reached unprecedented levels, rising 21% over the past year according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI)