Peugeot E-208 Review

It’s fun and futuristic – so surely it makes sense as an electric car?

The Peugeot 208 is a great little car. Reasonably practical for its size, the best built that Peugeot’s have ever been, featuring a futuristic dashboard and instrument panel that would shame a Lamborghini, sensible economy and an engaging and fun drive that works hard to make you think it’s a hot hatch – there isn’t really one in the range yet.

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Electric Cars are Not the Answer

but a Unique Racing Toyota Corolla could be!

Electric cars are not the answer to our future transpor requirements according to the world’s biggest car maker. They have an alternative, in the form of a racing Toyota Corolla with a conventional engine that’s powered by hydrogen. Unlike most manufacturers, Toyota are not jumping on the EV bandwagon. And there’s clear reasoning for it. I look at the evidence and the pros and cons of a future not wholly dependent on electric cars.

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InstaLive: 2021 Mini Electric Q&A

your Questions Answered [Charging an EV]

While charging the 2021 Mini Electric – full review soon – I went live on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/shahzadsheikh/) and answered questions about the MINI Electric, charging and driving it, and EVs (electric vehicles) in general.

If you joined me you’ll be mentioned in this video. If you didn’t be sure to follow my main Instagram account so you’ll know next time I go live.

#BCGMiniElectric

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Honda E Review

Is this the city-wise electric car we’ve been waiting for?

Honda has previously said that it plans to provide an entirely electrified range in Europe by 2022 – yes that’s next year. By electrified we mean either hybrid or fully electric. However the only fully electric vehicle from the Japanese car manufacture is the little Honda E introduced last year.

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New Petrol/Diesel Car Sales Ban 2030 – Your Questions Answered!

The ICE car sales ban has been brought forward again less than a year since it was last moved from 2040 to 2035!

Soon this might be your only option when it comes to new cars

A proposed ban for the sale of brand new cars featuring Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) running on either petrol or diesel, was originally mooted for 2040. In February it was brought forward to 2035 after experts revealed Britain would not meet net zero emission targets committed too. Apparently it still wasn’t enough, because now it’s moved to 2030 – just nine years from now. What will it mean for you the motorist?

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Why 2030 ICE New Car Sales Ban Won’t Work in the UK

It’s unfeasible and unviable. in this video I explain why

18112020 #BCGBulletin – Petrol and Diesel (ICE) new car sales to be banned in Britain from 2030 – today the government has confirmed what the news announced a few days ago when I recorded this video. Hybrid cars will be allowed to continue to 2035, but otherwise manufacturer can only sell electric cars – this is supposed to happen in a mere 9 years.

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Electric AC Cobra, Grenadier, new Citroen C4 & Bentley Bentayga

#BCGBulletin update – All you need to know!

More details on a crucial new car from Citroen – the all-new C4, now also available as 100% EV and with some very clever new features; the updated and better looking Bentley Bentayga; a reborn roadster from AC Cobra, also electric, though a Mustang-powered version is also available; plus finally the new Land Rover Defender that isn’t a Land Rover, or even a Defender, it’s the INEOS Grenadier!