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British Government to invest $700 million AUD into the UK’s electric car charging infrastructure

The British Government is set to invest £400 million ($700 million AUD) into the UK’s electric car charging infrastructure in a bid to fast track the sales of Electric Vehicles. Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond announced the massive investment in charging in his Autumn Budget 2017 speech. UK Treasurer Richard Hammond He said: “Our…

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Porsche are set to thrive in the electric vehicle era according to their CFO

Luxury car manufacturer Porsche are confident they will overcome the “enormous burden” of electrifying their car range and will set the standard in e-mobility. In a recent interview with Auto News Europe Lutz Mescke, Porsches Chief Financial Officer, remains confident that they will continue to have a 15 percent operating margin profitability. This is despite…

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Lamborghini has just unveiled their prototype supercar of the future the “Terzo Millennio”

Automobili Lamborghini has been collaborating with the MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology – to pioneer the future of sports cars and rewrite the rules of automotive technology.  Today Lamborghini unveiled their first prototype the “Terzo Millennio” at EmTech MIT Conference. The prototype is on display for EmTech MIT attendees and the MIT community. This…

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An electric monster truck, 340 kph EV superbike & an all-electric supercar star in a new film by E.ON.

The world’s only fully electric monster truck, a 340 kph EV superbike and an all-electric 380 kph zero emissions supercar prototype have all been brought together in a new film by energy provider E.ON. The ‘Freedom is Electric’ campaign  highlights the diversity of the world of electric vehicles, charged using E.ON’s fast-charging technology, which will…

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BMW, Daimler Benz, Ford & Volkswagen with Audi & Porsche form EV charging network joint venture

BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group have announced a new joint venture called IONITY. It will build a Pan-European High-Power-Charging (HPC) Network for electric vehicles. IONITY will build and operate about 400 fast charging stations across European major road networks by 2020. They intend to open at least 20 stations…

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