The Prius may not appear the most exciting car ever launched by Toyota, but it is unquestionably one of its most important. For starters, its debut in 1997 marked the arrival of the first mass-produced hybrid car. It also actively demonstrated and promoted the environmental and efficiency benefits of such technology, which led to countless other manufacturers following Toyota down the hybrid path.[Read more…] about History Guide: Toyota Prius Hybrid
How green a car is – used or new – isn’t just about its tailpipe emissions. No car demonstrates this better than the BMW i3, which could just be the greenest used car you can buy.[Read more…] about Why the BMW i3 could be the Greenest Used Car of All
While the logic behind plug-in hybrid cars is sound, it is a technology that has endured a rocky ride of late. For that you can primarily blame the removal in 2018 of the Government’s plug-in car grant for anything other than pure EVs, which makes every new plug-in hybrid £2,500 more expensive to buy than it would have been when the grant was in place.[Read more…] about 2020 Volkswagen Passat GTE Review: A green machine, but is it mean?