Adwitiya Pal

Adwitiya joined F-At in 2023 as a news writer. With an undergrad in engineering and a masters in journalism from Cardiff University, he somehow ended up developing a bug for all things transport-related, and hence his interest in EVs, which he hopes will massively cut down on emissions one day. If you’re looking for him, he’s most likely to be riding on the Taff trail, or watching football, F1 or cycling.
News
New Dacia Spring - Exterior
New Dacia Spring coming to the UK with £17k price tag
Cupra Born VZ
Cupra Born VZ gets extra power and higher top speed
VolkswagenID.7Tourer(1)
Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer estate is all about space and efficiency
Chrysler today unveiled the Chrysler Halcyon Concept, exemplifying a fully electrified future of the Chrysler brand that embraces sustainability-driven exterior and interior design, full autonomy paired with personalized driving experiences and futuristic technology that expands on the brand’s “Harmony in Motion” ethos of customer-focused seamless connectivity
Chrysler chooses bold direction for future with its new all-electric saloon concept Halcyon
James May with Toyota Mirai and Tesla Model S
Electric cars are “clean and polite”, but James May thinks combustion engines aren’t going anywhere
Lunaz UEV electric truck silently drives past the Royal Albert Hall
Lunaz’ electric trucks given green light to collect refuse in London
Used electric cars
Lords Committee asks UK ministers for grants to make electric cars more affordable
Hand holding Electric car charger. Electric Vehicle EV Charging station and Charger.
UK’s public EV charging network rose by 45% in 2023
Polestar 4
Polestar 4 goes on sale in the UK, priced from £59,990
Renault Megane E-Tech (2)
Renault cancels IPO for its electric vehicle division Ampere
Vauxhall Frontera
Vauxhall Frontera to return as "affordable" all-electric SUV
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Vauxhall opens orders for Mokka Electric with longer range and rapid charging
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