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Volvo cars to be first with plug-in hybrids in full product range

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Volvo reaches an important milestone in its industry leading powertrain electrification programme with the debut of the new T5 Twin Engine hybrid system in the multi-award-winning XC40 SUV. The introduction makes Volvo the only manufacturer to offer plug-in hybrid versions across its entire product range, while the XC40 T5 Twin Engine is also the only plug-in hybrid car in the premium compact SUV segment. The first cars scheduled for Irish delivery are for early in 2020.

Increased demand for electric and hybrid vehicles

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New data highlights the growing appetite for electric and hybrid vehicles among Irish motorists.

191 new car registrations down on 181

Total new car registrations for the month of June are up 13 per cent (1,410) when compared with June 2018 (1,248). However, new car registrations for the year to date are down 7.4 per cent (80,712) on the similar period last year (87,116).

191 new car registrations down on 181 new sales

Total new car registrations for the month of June are up 13 per cent (1,410) when compared with June 2018 (1,248). However, new car registrations for the year to date are down 7.4 per cent (80,712) on the similar period last year (87,116).

Order book opens here for new Tesla Model 3

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Tesla has just opened its Irish order book for its all-new Model 3. The Irish configurator launches with Model 3 AWD Performance and RWD in Standard Range Plus. The entry level Model 3 starts at €48,900.

Ford lists numerous special offers for ‘192 Sales Event’

Ford Ireland has revealed its range of offers as part of its ‘192 Sales Event’ at participating dealers. Deals on offer include reductions on some of Ireland’s best selling cars, with the added bonus of seven years warranty, seven years roadside assistance, one year free road tax and a lower 3.9 percent APR. Value upgrade packs for selected models that include a range of extras at reduced prices.

Survey finds plug-in hybrid owners really do plug in

A recent survey of drivers of the UK’s most popular plug-in hybrid, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, reveals that around two-thirds (68 per cent) plug their car in every single day and 90 per cent charge their vehicles at least two to three times per week. This certainly runs counter to the myth that plug-in hybrids are only driven by people looking to lower their tax bills and are never actually plugged in.

Consumers move towards electric vehicles and hybrids

The move towards electric vehicles and hybrids is growing at pace, according to a new report.

Study reveals Toyota hybrids are fuel efficient with positive environmental impact

A new study carried out by University College Dublin academics has revealed that in typical Irish commuting conditions, Toyota’s hybrid powertrain system drives in zero emissions mode (ZEV) for significantly more than half (62 per cent ) of the time and more than 40 per cent of the distance covered.

Renault energised the public at Dublin show

Renault Ireland powered up and showcased its impressive ZE range at the recent SEAI Energy Show in Dublin.

 

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