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Audi announces pricing and specification for e-tron range in South Africa
Audi's fully-fledged e-tron range is due to go on sale in the first quarter of 2022. Here's what prospective owners can expect from the...
WATCH | How Volvo's new XC60 infotainment system works
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WATCH | The sizzling new GT4 RS and electrifying Taycan GTS at the 2021 LA Auto show
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WATCH | The Kia EV6 Driving Experience: Chapter 1 - Design
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WATCH | Rolls-Royce ditching gas-guzzlers: The world's most luxurious carmaker going electric
The world's most luxurious car brand says its entire line-up will be fully electric by 2023.
WATCH | VW versus Opel versus Kia: here's which of these compact electric cars are best
As the EV compact car market hots up, we tested three mid-range competitors: the Kia E-Soul, Opel Mokka E and VW ID.3.
REVIEW | Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo 4S: One foot in the present, the other in the future
The Porsche Taycan line-up has been expanded with a Cross Turismo model. We take the newcomer to the open road.
LETTER | A 400km range, cost below R1m is what we want to make electric vehicles work in SA
It seems that few people understand that Eskom's poor electricity supply is actually not a problem for EVs in the future, writes Wheels24...
Gunning for sustainability: Kia unveils roadmap to achieving carbon neutrality by 2045
Kia Corporation has set out its vision to become a sustainable, responsible, and innovative mobility solutions leader by 2045.
OPINION | Electric cars are on the way to SA – why and when?
Vehicles contribute to emissions to a large extent and are effectively small power plants on wheels charging around our cities, polluting...
Woolworths is harnessing the power of the sun to deliver retail orders to customers
Woolworths is greening its delivery fleet in South Africa, using solar energy, and with bespoke all-electric vans leading the charge.
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