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War in Ukraine could escalate already soaring car prices and shortages
Just as the car industry hoped to recover from COVID shutdowns and a computer chip shortage, the war in Ukraine is causing a set of new problems.
Tesla's first European ‘Gigafactory’ opens near Berlin
Tesla is currently Europe's second largest EV manufacturer, behind German carmaker Volkswagen.
Intel to build a new €17 billion chip manufacturing hub in Germany
The US chipmaker plans to invest over €80 billion in Europe in the next decade to ease a global shortage of semiconductors.
Second hand electric cars: One way to beat the petrol crisis?
With the fuel crisis again troubling UK motorists, a second-hand electric car could be the best way to get back on the road.
How Russia's invasion of Ukraine means more expensive EVs
The cost of EVs has long been cited as a reason why more people haven't yet switched from polluting petrol and diesel cars to electric.
Is this renewable biofuel worse for the climate than petrol?
President Joe Biden is reviewing policies on biofuels as part of a broader effort to decarbonise the US economy by 2050.
How do you get into your frozen Tesla? Whack it
The electric cars from California can freeze over in low temperatures, leaving drivers locked out. Luckily, the solution is surprisingly simple.
800 lives saved in Europe by drop in lockdown pollution, says study
There was a significant drop in pollution in cities like Paris, Milan and Barcelona.
Hyundai, Kia expect auto sales jump in 2022 amid chip shortage
The companies sold 6.67 million vehicles in 2021, about 3.7 per cent less than their combined target, largely due to supply problems including the chip shortage.
People with disabilities can drive this car using just their hands
Mazda is releasing a new driving system in one of their latest SUVs that will allow people with lower-body disabilities to drive solely with their hands.
To unlock the new economy, Central Europe needs coordination | View
On the other side of COVID-19, Central Europe's sluggish economies need to diversify, work together and make room for innovation to thrive, says public sector advisor Soňa Muzikárová
Why is the EU suing Portugal?
Portugal has “continually and persistently” exceeded the annual nitrogen dioxide limit in parts of Lisbon and Porto.
Global supply chain issues could hit Tesla as hard as German carmakers
Elon Musk's company has just built Germany's newest car factory but it could soon face by the same problems affecting German carmakers.
Meet the people swapping their highly polluting careers for green jobs
By 2050, there could be 1.18 million jobs in the low-carbon economy. Meet the faces of the green transition.
Drive for secondhand cars in Europe soars amid chip shortage
Customer are opting for used cars over brand new ones due to the chip shortage, which is holding up the supply chain.
Electric vehicle car sales soar in Europe
Registrations of hybrid electric passenger cars accounted for 20 per cent of the total EU market during the third quarter.
Renault doubles estimate for lost production amid chip crisis
The shortage of chips, used in everything from brake sensors to entertainment systems, has led automakers around the world to cut or even suspend production.
Prince Charles reveals he runs his car on fuel made of wine and cheese
In 2020, the Prince of Wales ventured into sustainable fashion by producing a clothing collection made out of nettles from his garden.
German carmaker Opel puts brakes on production amid microchip shortage
Daimler, BMW, and Volkswagen have also experienced trouble getting the semiconductor chips they need to produce their cars.
World's fastest electric car charger is invented in Switzerland
It can be used on four vehicles at once and fully charges your car in just 15 minutes.
Rolls-Royce joins electric revolution with Spectre car
The luxury carmaker expects its first fully electric model, Spectre, to be available in late 2023.
These are the top 5 cities in the world for driving electric cars
The best cities to drive an electric car are ranked based on the battery range of the vehicle and how far they can travel.
Watch thousands of environmentalists protest at a German motor show
Almost 25,000 people took part in the rallies.
The IAA mobility show opens for the first time in Munich
The IAA mobility show comes with the automotive industry at a crossroads. There has been some criticism that the German car makers were not switching to electric engines fast enough.
Luxury car brands showcase their new electric and hybrid models
As the push to reduce emissions gains ground, brands like Lamborghini, Rolls Royce and McLaren unveiled new EVs at California’s annual Quail motorsports event.
Global chip shortage 'worst in 30 years' for European carmakers
Over 80 per cent of German carmakers and their suppliers are now being directly impacted by the ongoing semiconductor shortage.