Air pollution has been one of the main talking points of 2019; with reports of major cities like Oxford, Manchester and Newcastle Upon Tyne going far beyond the legal limits for carbon emissions, it’s clear that something must be done to make our air safe and breathable. The UK government already has plans in place to introduce clean air zones in several major cities, as well as plans to ban the sale of all new petrol and diesel cars by 2040. There has been a clear increase in sales of electric vehicles in the UK over the past ten years, with new EV registrations reaching an all-time high last year. With these figures expected to rise again in 2019, we take a look at how the EV market in the UK is progressing and how EV manufacturing has permanently changed the face of the automotive industry.
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