11 Sep 2020
General Motors (2020)
After a promising start in the 1990s with the EV1, a heated legal battle between US automakers and California ultimately killed GM's electrification plans for a decade. In 2020, despite being in second place behind Tesla in US electric vehicle sales, the company is still behind the curve - but has exciting plans to catch up.
20 Aug 2020
Britishvolt Announces Project Director, Partners for UK Gigaplant
Britishvolt has announced the appointment of Ray Macera as Project Director for the construction and implementation of Britain's first battery gigaplant.
10 Aug 2020
Jaguar Land Rover Develops Contactless Touchscreen to Fight Bacteria
New contactless touchscreen technology developed by Jaguar Land Rover and the University of Cambridge will help keep drivers' eyes on the road and reduce the spread of bacteria and virusesin a post COVID-19 world.
29 Jun 2020
McLaren Insolvency?: COVID-19 Impact
The automotive market as a whole is struggling with the COVID-19 situation. McLaren recently announced without backing from the British government that it could be in insolvency by mid-July 2020.
24 Mar 2020
Tesla Motors (battery development)
This profile discusses Tesla involvement in Li-ion battery development specifically.
15 Jan 2020
World's Smallest (and Mightiest) EV Charging Solutions
The EO Mini Smart Home is the smallest smart electric vehicle charger in the world and is now available through Octopus Electric Vehicles in conjunction with Octopus Energy's EV energy tariff, Octopus Go.
12 Nov 2019
Electric Air Taxi Cabable of Carrying 250kg
Vertical Aerospace has revealed flight footage of an electric vertical take off and landing aircraft capable of carrying loads of up to 250kg - the first company in the world to do so.
6 Nov 2019
Jaguar Land Rover Printed Electronics Powers Next Gen Personalisation
Jaguar Land Rover is developing the Lightweight Electronics in Simplified Architecture (LESA) research technology - used in flexible wearables and curved OLED TVs - for car interiors. It has the potential to radically change cabins of the future and would offer customers greater ability to customise their cars to suit their needs.