Subaru has teased its first-ever EV, to be called Solterra.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed its people-moving member of its rapidly-expanding EQ family, the EQT.
Ford will revive an iconic name from the F-150's past for its all-electric future.
Porsche is hard at work on its all-electric Macan replacement, and has divulged some juicy new details on the project.
The electric car with a body made of Japanese cypress wood can travel 50 kilometres on a single charge at up to 50kmh.
New Zealand's only e-mobility expo is on now and features the first local look at the striking Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV, as well as plenty of other EVs and electric transport options.
MG to put wild Cyberster into ptoduction, Lexus drops it first EV and we get an early drive of the Mazda MX-30.
Ford NZ has linked up with Drive Electric, a non-profit organisation dedicated to increasing electric vehicle adoption in New Zealand.
Ford has raised its stake in a manufacturer of solid-state batteries, a move that will strengthen its effort to increase the range and reduce the cost of its EVs.
The MG Cyberster electric sports car has been confirmed for production - in right-hand drive, no less - so will it be launched here?
Mazda's first foray into a EVs is on sale here very soon. We get an early taste of what is to come.
Lexus has confirmed its all-electric UX 300e will land in NZ at the end of 2021.
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Go Rentals has added 10 new Tesla Model 3 electric vehicles to its fleet.
Hoping to woo consumers away from market leaders like Tesla, there's another EV hopeful with its sights on the U.S. market. VinFast is the automobile arm of Vietnam's largest conglomerate, Vingroup. And it's betting big on the U.S. market with electric SUVs and a battery leasing model.
The Eworld Expo kicks off next week, Elon has had a much better week and Tamiya has made our wildest childhood dreams come true.
The Tamiya Wild One radio-controlled car was an essential toy in the 1980s. It's coming back, but this time it's for adults only.
Volkswagen has revealed the first member of its new electric performance family, the ID.4 GTX.
To mark the MX-30 EV going on sale, Mazda has restored the first car to wear the MX badge.
Stung by the global semiconductor shortage, Ford has decided to take its EV battery development and production in-house to ensure supply in the future.
Honda has set a goal to have all of its sales worldwide be either electric vehicles or fuel cell vehicles by 2040.
Volkswagen's very good week, Tesla's not so good one, New Zealand's charging network expands and a four-door electric Beetle. Yes, really.
Volvo wants to reduce its CO2 output by 2.5 million tonnes per year. That means more recycling and reusing, which includes its EV batteries.
Huawei is expanding its business into cars with a new electric SUV.
After a dream start in China, Tesla is getting a reality check and coming under fire for how it treats its customers in the world's largest car market.
Great Wall's Ora sub-brand has revealed two awesome new EVs at the Shanghai Motor Show, both designs that definitely won't be scrutinised by other German manufacturers.
Two companies have announced expansions as New Zealand's EV charging network continues to grow.
Volkswagen is preparing a hot GTX version of its electric ID.4 SUV.
Toyota has revealed its latest battery electric vehicle at the Shanghai Motor Show, the bZ4X concept.