Korean car giant Kia has announced plans to release 11 fully electric models by 2025 as part of a strategy to electrify most of its range.
A clever new piece of technology has been introduced to help broken-down electric vehicles and four-wheel-drives be towed without engine damage.
The number of plug-in hybrid and fully electric cars rose by 76.6 per cent in 2018, according to new data released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Mercedes’ performance arm, AMG, is known for producing blisteringly fast cars powered by large V8 engines.
Move over Tesla, here comes Volvo.
The titchy Suzuki Ignis blends crossover looks with city car dimensions, four-wheel drive and the company's "mild hybrid" technology.
Hyundai’s new plug-in hybrid, the Ioniq, will cost from £24,995.
Bob Dylan famously did it, and was called Judas by a heckling folkie.
Mini’s first plug-in hybrid is on sale now.
BMW has revealed details of the plug-in hybrid version of its new 5 Series saloon, the 530e iPerformance, which goes on sale in March 2017.