Articles about Chevrolet

  • RAC Future Car Challenge: Brighton to London, rather slowly

    The Future Car Challenge is not a race, but it is – for most of the 70-odd participants – extremely competitive nonetheless. Not only is there some serious ambition to be the most energy-efficient on the run from Brighton to London, there’s also much vying for attention.
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    By Farah Alkhalisi November 7, 2011 12:54 PM
  • 2011 RAC Future Car Challenge preview

    The 2011 RAC Future Car Challenge kicks off next Saturday 5th November. Following on from the huge success of the inaugural run last year, the Future Car Challenge (FCC) will once again set off from Madeira Drive in Brighton, covering 60 miles to finish up at London’s Pall Mall.
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    By Gavin Conway October 31, 2011 4:50 PM
  • Pure electric Chevrolet could come to UK in 2013

    Chevrolet, which is currently promoting its centenary year and the imminent arrival on European shores of its Volt ‘extended range’ electric car, has told it could also bring a pure electric to the UK by 2013.
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    By Will Dron October 14, 2011 10:17 AM
  • Former GM boss Bob Lutz still committed to EV

    You really couldn’t think of a less likely cheerleader for automotive electrification than Bob Lutz. The former General Motors boss is as purebred a petrolhead as you can imagine – when he was running Chrysler, his passionate vision saw the creation of cars like the Viper with its colossal V10 petrol engine.
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    By Gavin Conway September 28, 2011 1:24 PM
  • 2015 Vauxhall Ampera could be cheaper, less Volt-like

    Vauxhall plans to launch a second generation Ampera range-extended electric car in 2015, and it will cost significantly less than the current model and feature a more radical design, reports Autocar.
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    By Will Dron August 10, 2011 2:08 PM