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Volvo Car has started production of the XC40 Recharge, the first of several fully electric Volvos to come. It is expected to arrive in Irish showrooms from July next year. Pricing has yet to be announced.
The pandemic’s strong impact on the economy has not dented consumer interest in electrified vehicles (EVs) it seems with July being a record-breaking month for EV registrations in Europe, a 131 percent volume increase year on year to 230,700.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry has released its official new vehicle statistics, which shows a year to date decline across the board, as expected due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Galway County Council should set aside two spaces in its car parks to be used to trial EV (150kW) fast charging in order to boost economic recovery in county towns through domestic drive tourism, says Athenry councillor Shelly Herterich Quinn.
As Ireland continues to flatten the Covid-19 curve and starts slowly picking up the pieces from the devastating personal, societal, and economic impact the pandemic has had, new research reveals that Irish consumers still intend to make some key purchases they had planned before the virus hit.
It comes as no surprise new car registrations for March were down by 63 per cent (6,174) when compared to March 2019 (16,687).
After a large increase of European registrations experienced in December 2019, volumes for January have decreased, marking another month of transition for the complex new car market.
Dacia says that it is ready to start a new chapter of its illustrious history with the launch of Dacia Spring, a concept showcar which the motoring company claims is foreshadowing it’s first all-electric model.
We are halfway through February and many of our minds have been on Six Nations rugby, the launch of Galway 2020, and the General Election. But how much time have we thought about ourselves and our own needs? Why not treat ourselves this month with a new electric car?
Toyota is the winner when it comes to reducing the CO2 output from the top 10 car brands, according to data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).