'Astongate': Aston Martin and Bosch accused of using controversial report to downplay EVs' environmental benefits

Cecilia Keating
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Aston Martin delayed the launch of its EVs until 2025 | Credit: Aston Martin
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Aston Martin delayed the launch of its EVs until 2025 | Credit: Aston Martin

Green experts hit out at data underpinning industry-backed EV lifecycle CO2 assessment report which was widely covered by national press over the weekend

A car industry-commissioned report on the CO2 impact of electric vehicles (EVs) has courted criticism, following allegations it overstated the emissions impact of EVs compared to internal combustion engine...

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