It’s official: combustion engine passenger cars’ days are numbered. That’s the message from the latest government 2035 proposal (which, if ratified, will replace the prior 2040 announcement). Alex Grant asked the experts, are we ready?We also delve...
Issue 28 focuses on the future of electric transport with two features on electrifying commercial vehicles and public transport. Latest reviews include the hotly anticipated Honda e, which Tim Barnes-Clay heads to Valencia, Spain, to test. Meanwhile, the potent Volvo...
Issue 27 covers all the latest electric and hybrid news, kicking things off with coverage of the recent Frankfurt Motor Show that saw car makers the world over demonstrate their new, forthcoming and concept electric vehicles. We’ve first looks at the stylish...
SEAT’s electric offensive has begun with the Mii electric – a Volkswagen e-up! based car – with a WLTP stated range of 161.5 miles (260km) per charge from its 36.8kWh lithium-ion battery. Putting money where its mouth is, with the launch of the five-door Mii...
Autovolt returns after a short ‘recharge’ to bring you the very latest in electric vehicle news and reviews. Headlining our latest issue is none other than the Volkswagen ID.3 – a car set to revolutionise the electric car scene, and Volkswagen itself. Alex Grant gets...
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