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Lotus reveals dramatic pure-electric Evija hypercar

Lotus Evija reveal

British sports car maker Lotus has unveiled the Evija, the world’s first all-electric British hypercar, at an exclusive event in London. The Evija (pronounced E-vi-ya) is illustrative of the innovative thinking and ingenuity that has always been part of the Lotus DNA. With a target output of nearly 2000bhp, it …

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Jaguar I-Pace crowned UK Car of the Year

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar’s game-changing 100% electric I-Pace performance SUV has beaten 11 other new cars to emerge victorious at the UK Car of the Year Awards 2019. The I-Pace was also named Best Executive car when the category winners were announced in February and it’s the third time in six years of …

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London to Brussels in a Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace Channel Tunnel

The 100% electric Jaguar I-Pace has showcased its efficiency and practicality, driving the 229 miles from London to Brussels on a single charge. Starting its epic journey on London’s South Bank, with its 90kWh battery fully charged, it headed to the Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone. However, unlike the 80 …

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2018 Nissan Leaf review

Nissan LEAF

This new second-generation pure electric Nissan Leaf comes seven years after the original. It offers more power, more tech, a new look and a slightly lower price. Most importantly, it now has a longer range from a bigger 40kWh battery. Let’s see how it performs in the real world… What …

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All-electric MINI concept car breaks cover

MINI Electric concept

The MINI Electric Concept has been revealed ahead of its public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The final version will go into production at the Cowley plant in Oxford in 2019, though the concept provides a glimpse of what’s to come. Looking similar overall to the current MINI, one …

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Pure electric McLaren launched

Pure electric McLaren launched

McLaren Automotive has unveiled its first 100% electric vehicle – the diminutive McLaren P1. Now available, but only to a limited group of potential customers (those under the age of six), the open-top car features a central driving position – just like the iconic McLaren F1 – and McLaren’s signature …

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