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Cars and coronavirus: ‘Even if you’re wearing a face covering, you still get tiny aerosols that are released every time you breathe.’ Photograph: iStock/Getty

Over the past year, as health authorities have tried to curb the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers have trained their scientific attention on a variety o(...)

  Some 70 per cent of people are keen on the idea of buying a hybrid or electric car, according to a recent survey. Photograph: iStock

Hybrids? Self-charging? Plug-in electric? I’m confused. You’re not alone. A great many of us – some 70 per cent, according to a recent survey, are ke(...)

StoreDot claims it can now produce batteries that can be charged in as little as five minutes. Photograph: iStock

Israeli electric car battery manufacturer StoreDot claims it can now produce batteries that can be charged in as little as five minutes, assuming that(...)

Toyota’s new GR010 will be blooded for the first time at the legendary Sebring race track in Florida, for the 1,000km race there on March 19th. Photograph: Volmeyer.com

Toyota, having dominated a somewhat depleted Le Mans for the past three years on the bounce, could have been forgiven for ending its all-day-and-all-n(...)

Click and deliver rules mean click and drive right from your home, and it’s the way of the future. Photograph: iStock

1. It’s DEFINITELY the year to go electric As we move steadily towards the 2030 deadline for the end of new diesel and petrol engine sales, there’s a(...)

The first three months normally account for up to 57%  of total annual new car sales. Photograph: Getty Images

New car sales were down 26.5 per cent over the first 10 days of this year, hit by Covid restrictions and delays due to the administration of new Brexi(...)

Hyundai regularly ranks as the world’s fifth-biggest carmaker by sales.

Shares in Hyundai surged after the carmaker confirmed early stage discussions with Apple about building an electric vehicle in what could mark the US (...)

Amid a plethora of awards these days, the Car of the Year for Europe remains a benchmark

While the world seems frozen in the grip of Covid-19, the global auto industry has tried to keep the wheels moving, and new cars – the fruit of severa(...)

Mitsubishi will, in 2021, wind up its Irish operations, just as it will in the rest of Europe and the UK. Photograph: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP

Car brands tend to be stable things, not quite in the too-big-to-fail category, but robust enough to survive the rough and tumble of business peaks an(...)

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