These days, most alternative fuelled vehicles look like, well, vehicles. Often really handsome ones at that. And the list of big names going ultra low is growing all the time: Nissan, Renault, Hyundai, Peugeot, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Kia, Volkswagen, BMW, Tesla.
Now, we're at the stage where some vehicle manufactures are starting to treat electric and hydrogen as just another engine option, alongside petrol and diesel. With Hyundai revealing the first car to be offered with a choice of 3 engines – EV, Hybrid and PHEV.
When it comes to picking the right ULEVs for their needs, organisations are increasingly spoilt for choice.
Did you know?
Toyota has been at the heart of the green revolution since 1997 -with over 6 million hybrids worldwide.
Getting the most from an ULEV means driving it right. This is why manufacturers offer driver training.