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The discovery of a treasure trove of 230 classic old timers in a storage depot in the Netherlands could fetch millions at auction.
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More and more places in Europe are seeing the benefits of encouraging the use of public transport.
US: New rules could see electric vehicle sales surge tenfold by 2030
In the USA, transportation is the largest single cause of emissions, releasing 27 per cent of the country’s total emissions. New EV targets could change that.
What can the UK learn from its neighbours to improve public transport?
Could a huge cash injection could bring the UK’s public transport in line with Europe?
E-fuels: Are these synthetic fuels a good alternative to electric cars
These synthetic fuels are theoretically carbon neutral and are being championed by some in the automotive industry as an alternative to electrification.
Lucid Air scoops 2023 World Luxury Car of the Year prize
The Lucid Air, known for its long EV range, won the award at the 2023 New York International Auto Show
Car plate "P7" sold at auction in Dubai for a record €13.8 million
The charity auction for special number plates hits a record high in Dubai with the P7 number plate sold for a record €13.8 million to support the "1 Billion Meal Endowment" campaign. The initiative aims to create the biggest Ramadan sustainable food relief endowment fund.
EV charging without the wait: Battery swap stations open in Europe
Tired of waiting to charge your EV? Chinese carmaker NIO plans to open over 100 "battery swap stations" in Europe this year.
EU agrees to exempt e-fuels from 2035 ban on combustion-engine cars
The exemption was included at the behest of Germany, which mounted a last-minute campaign to spare e-fuels from the 2035 ban.
'We cannot go back on deals,' Metsola says amid e-fuels standoff
Germany has blocked the final approval of a legislation that will impose a 100% reduction in CO2 emissions on new cars and vans sold after 2035.
Does free public transport make people drive less?
Three years on from Luxembourg's introduction of free public transport, residents see it as a ‘good form of freedom'.
Which US city has banned gas stations?
Any new petrol stations that are built will have to install at least two electric vehicle chargers.
Ukraine needs vehicles: These British volunteers are delivering them
'In many ways life continues as normal, but reminders of the war are ever present. '
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Are e-fuels a viable and green alternative to the combustion engine?
An emerging technology, e-fuels are extracted from a combination of hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
Oil-splashed artwork and climate strikes: Germany's weekend protests
Friday’s Global Climate Strike saw activists gather across Europe to demand an end to fossil fuel financing.
Could a 'tyre tax' help cut car emissions in the UK?
Particles from tyres could be the next avenue for clean air campaigners to tackle pollution.
Brussels calls for driving test overhaul to improve EU road safety
The plans could also see the introduction of a common, digital driving licence.
Car-maker Ford to slash 3,800 in jobs in Europe
The automaker is set to streamline its operations as it battles economic headwinds and increasing competition in electric cars