2022 electric cars charge up sales charts

Meanwhile diesel sales decline dramatically

Electric car sales are taking off, while diesel car sales are in the ditch. Last year EV sales were up 106% according to Leasing.com, while demand for diesels sales plunged 7%. Pure electric cars alone accounted for a 101% increase, and nearly a third of all Leasing.com’s enquiries are for EVs, up over 10% from the year before. Which ones do people want? The most popular were Tesla Model 3, Volkswagen ID.3, Hyundai Ioniq 5 and the Hyundai Kona.

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Demand Hyundai Makes Grandeur Restomod EV!

Forget the Genesis G90 – THIS is the luxury car Hyundai should make!

Forget that new Genesis G90 – THIS is the luxury car that Hyundai should be making – a restomod EV! Meet the Hyundai Grandeur Restomod EV created to celebrate the 35th anniversary of its first flagship luxury saloon. It’s brilliant! Except for the fact that it’s a one-off. Build it, Hyundai, build it now!!

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Geneva Motor Show 2020 was the best motor show that never was | Brown Car Guy 05032020

Now we know how much amazing new metal was due to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show

I’ve been flat out trying to keep up with, and failing to do so, all the news coming out of the Geneva Motor Show this year – except it wasn’t because the show was cancelled. Which is even sadder now that we realise how many new products and concepts were being introduced by main manufacturers alone, never mind smaller companies. Here I run through some of them. Also see my coverage on BritishAsiaNews.com

Almost shock-defeat for Lexus in satisfaction survey!

In automotive terms this would’ve been the shocker of the century

Driver Power from Auto Express is the UK’s version of JD Power brand satisfaction surveys in the States. It basically canvasses actual owners and buyers for real-world results on car buying and car ownership and sums them up in overall ratings and scores. Unsurprisingly the Japanese car brands dominate. Except they nearly didn’t this year!

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