Industry highlights week 7 – 11 August 2023

Ford Reveals All-Electric Explorer in Dublin

Ford unveiled its new all-electric Explorer in Dublin, following the success of the Mustang Mach-E. While the vehicle won’t be available in showrooms until early 2024, it has already received a warm welcome from customers. Ford intends to have an all-electric fleet of cars in its catalog, and the Explorer is a crucial part of this strategy.

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MG's July Sales Solidifies Its Place In EV Sector

Just two and a half years since MG in its new guise launched in Ireland, in the middle of a pandemic without a single dealer able to open their doors, they are buoyed up by their latest sales results released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) at the end of July.

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Maxus Expands Irish Dealer And Aftersales Network

MAXUS has partnered with motor companies in Waterford and Mayo as it expands its Irish dealer and aftersales network.

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Continued Momentum In Electric Car Sales

Around one in five new cars sold in the first seven months of the year was electric, figures from the Central Statistics Office show.

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Ireland Gets Second High-Speed EV Charging Hub

The Barack Obama Plaza on the M7 has become the site of the State’s latest high-powered electric vehicle (EV) hub, with facilities to provide a car with up to 100km of range in six minutes, the ESB announced on Monday.

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Industry highlights week 11 – 15 December 2023

Alfa Romeo has confirmed that its next new model – a compact crossover which will be available as a fully-electric car – will be called the Milano. That reverses months of speculation that the car would be called the Brennero.

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Industry highlights week 04 – 08 December 2023

Henderson Group and bp pulse have signed a partnership agreement to install ultra-rapid changing for up to 200 electric vehicles (EVs) at around 100 Henderson Retail sites across Northern Ireland within the next two years.

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