DeLorean DMC-12 could be relaunched with electric power – report | CarAdvice

Petrol? Where we’re going, we don’t need petrol. The iconic DeLorean DMC-12 could be relaunched with electric power, according to the current owners of the brand. In a blog post published overnight, the company explained legal challenges and environmental regulations had complicated the roll out of long-awaited petrol-powered replicas. “We Continue Reading

Ford Mustang to go fully electric in 2029 – report | CarAdvice

The quintessential V8 may drop petrol power all together by the end of the decade. The next-generation Ford Mustang may drop its iconic V8 engine for an all-electric powertrain. According to industry news outlet Autoline, data company AutoForecast Solutions has released information on the new-gen Mustang, which could see production Continue Reading

Australia’s state-based approach to electric vehicles is nonsense | CarAdvice

Hot on the heels of MG releasing Australia’s most affordable pure electric car – the 43-grand drive-away ZS EV – two states did exactly what you’d expect blinkered governments to do. They proposed an ill-thought-out and poorly planned new tax. MG isn’t the only one either. Tesla has been plugging Continue Reading

2021 Hyundai Kona Electric joins NSW Police community liaison fleet | CarAdvice

All-electric SUV joins the ranks at Penrith police station in Sydney for community engagement work. The Hyundai Kona Electric joined the NSW Police fleet this week, becoming the first all-electric vehicle to be employed by Australian law enforcement authorities. Loaned to the NSW Police Force by Hyundai for a 12-month Continue Reading

Gold Coast rolls out public electric vehicle charging stations | CarAdvice

Ten stations will be rolled out across the region, and each will be capable of delivering 75km of range within 10 minutes. The first of 10 new public charging stations has been installed in the Gold Coast, as part of a scheme to ease range anxiety and increase the uptake Continue Reading

2021 Kia CV electric vehicle leaked in official video | CarAdvice

Brand’s first standalone EV leaks in Kia video, revealing full-width LED light bar. Kia’s first standalone electric vehicle – codenamed CV – has leaked in an official video from the Korean brand, providing our first glimpse at the production-bound model, and without the heavy camouflage that has adorned prototypes in Continue Reading

Corvette sub-brand could launch electric SUV to fight Mustang Mach-E – report | CarAdvice

General Motors could be getting ready to launch a family of Corvette-inspired models, with an electric SUV rumoured to be in the works. General Motors may be getting ready to launch a new sub-brand based on the Corvette. According to a report from business news outlet Bloomberg, sources inside the Continue Reading

Kia confirms seven new electric vehicles by 2027, outlines long-term brand strategy | CarAdvice

The brand teased a backlit image that appears to show a range of SUVs, sedans, people movers and buses, alongside a Renault Twizy-sized autonomous pod. Kia has confirmed it will launch seven new dedicated electric vehicles (EVs) by 2027, as part of a new long-term brand strategy angled towards sustainability. Continue Reading

Renault 5 Prototype revealed as retro-styled electric city car | CarAdvice

1970s and 1980s supermini revived for the electric era, with retro-styled design and zero-emissions power. The Renault 5 Prototype has been unveiled alongside the brand’s ‘Renaulution‘ product plan overnight, previewing a retro-inspired electric hatchback due to go on sale in Europe by the middle of the decade. A modernised, all-electric Continue Reading

Vauxhall Corsa-e VXR electric hot hatch due in 2022, not for Australia – report | CarAdvice

French-owned firm prepping all-electric hot hatch and small SUV, due early next year with bolder styling but no extra power. British brand Vauxhall – a former subsidiary of General Motors and sister brand to Holden, prior to its sale to France’s PSA, alongside Germany’s Opel – looks set to revive Continue Reading