EV Auto Trader is a startup online platform that will be established in the EU. The platform’s primary objective will be to help car enthusiasts, who are looking to make a new purchase, to find a greener and more economical car to buy.
The focus of this platform will be electric, hybrid, hydrogen, low emission cars and vehicles. The core of the website is a database of all new cars currently available in the EU and worldwide, with a specific focus on electric vehicles.
The platform will have several vehicles listed, and will have features such as the ability to search and compare cars according to numerous criteria including CO2, MPG, car tax band and OTR price. The company is fully owned and managed by D.Adam Merza.
New figures reveal that there are now more than a million electric cars in Europe after sales soared by more than 40% in the first half of the year. Europe hit this milestone nearly a year after China, which has a much larger car market, but ahead of the US, which is expected to reach the landmark later this year driven by the appetite for Tesla’s latest model.
Skoda has revealed the first two models due to launch in its electrification push - the CITIGOe iV and Superb iV.
Reservations are now being taken by Honda from those buyers interested in the all-electric Honda e city car.
Hyundai has announced an upgrade of the Kona Electric SUV, which will be available in Europe by the end of this year.
The Mercedes Benz EQC is now available to order in the UK, with prices and specifications confirmed for the pure-electric SUV.
Volkswagen has opened the order books for its ID. 3, with the pure-electric hatchback pitched as the next key chapter in the company’s history
Sales of pure-electric vehicles continued to rise in April 2019, despite the UK car market as a whole down 4% on the previous year.