Europe is at a crossroads, thanks in part to the coronavirus outbreak's massive impact on the economy. Julia Poliscanova explains which fork in the road the car industry should take and the role electric vehicles should play.
Europe is at a crossroads, thanks in part to the coronavirus outbreak's massive impact on the economy. Julia Poliscanova explains which fork in the road the car industry should take and the ...
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Get used to it Europeans. By 2030 you will probably be driving to work in a little electric car like this Uniti from Sweden. It will probably have two seats, a range of maybe 30 miles or 50 ...
Waiting times for new electric vehicles are likely be the same as for petrol and diesel models, according to research by What Car? According to What Car?’s analysis of all 26 electric ...
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