This month's EV round-up shows bold moves by automakers including mobile charging points and joint ventures
New vehicle output from the UK is likely to be the highest since the start of the Millennium.
Nissan becomes Mitsubishi's largest shareholder while Suzuki and Toyota explore business partnership
A Frost & Sullivan highlights the cost benefits of hitting the tough Euro emissions targets after analysing nine OEMs for potential compliance.
Terry Grant drove more than a mile while balancing his car on two wheels up the legendary Goodwood Hillclimb.
Russia's poor automarket will see GM idle its plant in St. Petersburg while Nissan has suspended its production for 16 days, but Ford is deepening its ties in the country.
Millers OIls will be the chosen lubes supplier for Caterham Cars while Nissan Nismo has confirmed partnershipw ith Motul Lubricants.
The solar-powered Solar Impulse aircraft has just begun its global flight, while Nissan is using solar power for its glow-in-the-dark Leaf model.
The government is planning to name and shame substandard manufacturers in a bid to improve fuel economy\n
Nissan has decided against sourcing any further cars from Maruti Suzuki. It will jointly build them with minicar partner Mitsubishi.