Next Generation Car Developments

Ford Becomes the Latest to Embrace Electric Vehicles

Internal combustion engines are set to fall by the wayside by the end of this decade - at least, that could be the outlook if Ford joins a chorus of other brands in ditching the format in favour of electric vehicles. Earlier this week, the American car giant announced that its European operations will see it move to produce only hybrid and electric vehicles by mid-2026, after which it will centre its offer on just e...

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The Shift to Hybrid is Already Taking Place

You might be forgiven for thinking that the transition to more sustainable fuel technologies isn't already under way. After all, the uptake of electric vehicles has been painfully slow, derailed in many respects by the lack of government policy to promote their adoption, let alone emerging policies that will ensure these vehicles are taxed for road usage. And of course, hybrid vehicles aren't exactly a common sight o...

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Japan to phase out new petrol and diesel cars. What does it mean for Australian motorists?

Japan has joined the growing ranks of countries that are set to move towards a ban on petrol and diesel-powered new cars, emphasising the need to shift towards a new generation of fuel technology. While there has been no official move as yet, the framework for a transition by the middle of the next decade looks set to be a priority for the Japanese government as it maps out plans to achieve a goal of being net carbo...

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Why You Could be about to Pay More to Use that Electric Vehicle

While governments around the world apply their best efforts to increase the uptake of electric vehicles, something different is happening down under that many might come to question. Over the last week or so, we've had news that the populous states of South Australia, New South Wales and now Victoria will be looking to charge electric vehicle owners a road user charge starting from the middle of next year. The lang...

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How the Federal Budget might Influence Your Next New Car

This week’s Federal Budget has been chalked up as one of seismic proportions. Such is the magnitude of expenditure, the country’s debt levels are set to skyrocket over the coming years. Like any budget, however, there are ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ on both sides of the equation, and in this instance, that certainly includes motorists as well. Winner: Business owners Businesses were c...

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Australians are Paying Through the Nose for Electric Vehicles

Australians in the market for a new car may have looked into an electric vehicle, but few are turning to the format on account of prohibitively high prices. On the one hand, hybrid electric cars are starting to pick up momentum, with the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid achieving strong sales across the country and even nothing up records in the process. However, for pure electric vehicles, motorists are being let down by a failu...

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Buying an Eco-Friendly 'Green' Car

With emissions concerns becoming an ever-growing concern among new car buyers, many motorists are turning to eco-friendly cars in the hope they not only reduce their carbon footprint, but also lower their operating expenses as well. As motorists start to see a wider range of eco-friendly cars pop onto the market, consumer choice has been broadened significantly, even if still some way behind internal combustion engin...

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Will Combustion Engine Vehicles Get More Expensive?

A lot of publicity is emerging about the rollout of electric vehicles slowly creeping into the market. Future adoption rates are expected to accelerate at a rate of knots, with ongoing costs set to be the driving factor to encourage motorists to make the switch. While the above trend should help increase accessibility to mainstream audiences, what does it mean for our existing fleet of cars? With the majority of veh...

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Why we’re a Long Way off Seeing Electric Vehicles Dominate our Roads

Ahead of the upcoming Federal election, we’ve seen the usual political grandstanding that has become engrained into our expectations every three years. With that, it’s no wonder many struggle to believe any of the policies that come out of the process. In recent weeks however, one particular issue has caught the attention of the new car industry, which is a proposal put forward by the Labor government inv...

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