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Ministry of Industries and Production will amend the draft of EV policy

Electric Vehicle (EV) policy approved by the federal cabinet faced criticism from significant stakeholders from the auto sector. First ever

Hyundai & Kia brings $110M into UK electric delivery vehicles

Korean auto giants Hyundai and Kia put more than $110 million in U.K. startup Arrival, which emerged from relative stealth

Sony Shocks — Announces Electric Car

Sony declares electric automobile concept. Electronics massive Sony has surprised attendees of the CES tech showby means of unveiling an electric car dubbed the Vision S. The automobile is a prototype designed to expose off the

Putting Cultus & Wagon R to shame: Zyote Z100, Pakistan first 1000CC Electric car

With a substantial support from China, Pakistan has launched its first electric car company in a bid to mitigate carbon

1st electric car company starts manufacturing in Lahore

First Pakistani electric car company made jointly by Pakistan and China arranged the inauguration ceremony of its first showroom. Provincial

Minister invites Tesla to start manufacturing of electric vehicles in Pakistan

Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has given invitation to American billionaire and owner of Tesla Elon Musk,

Electric vehicles expected to arrive in 2021

Here’s a look at some of the electric vehicles that are just reaching the market, will soon be available or

Harley Davidson releases new electric motorcycle LiveWire in 2020

The LiveWire is part of Harley’s global strategy to remain viable and ensure the iconic company’s future. Harley could put

Kia will produce its sporty Imagine EV in 2021

Imagine high-riding electric sedan will go into production in 2021. But the biggest obstacle for EVs is still affordability and

Tech start-ups have brought revolution in Pakistan during 2019

Tech start-ups made some major innovations in Pakistan during this year. Tech start-ups have introduced an early cancer detecting device