Spat between Aston Martin and Rolls Royce

T: 01242 620894 E: info@mypoweruk.com

CEOs of Aston Martin and Rolls Royce crash over electric super cars

An amusing spat has broken out between the CEOs of Aston Martin and Rolls Royce,  sparked by the announcement by the former that it plans to revive the Lagonda brand with an all electric super luxury saloon. 

We love the line from the grumpy Rolls man that ‘Aston Martin don’t know how to sell cars to wealthy people’. This probably explains why so many sub-saharan Africans drive Vantage and DB9s…

Whilst the unseemly squabble between two luxury marques might be entertaining,  it just reinforces the fact that even bloated plutocrats will be driving (or being driven in) EVs within a few years.

You can read the FT report here  https://www.ft.com/content/5b207d00-2219-11e8-add1-0e8958b189ea

If your business is worrying about how the CEO is going to charge his EV Rolls Royce,  Bentley or Lagonda, contact us about EV charging points
 

News Headlines

London to hit diesel cars even harder

Nuclear waste could be dumped under our National Parks

Porsche names its all-electric Mission E the Taycan

Mypower interview on BBC Radio Gloucestershire

EU judges uphold decision for UK to subsidise Hinkley Point

Germany in the pocket of the Russians due to imported gas dependency

There is no doubt about the direction of electricity prices

Electrifying the expanding number of delivery vans makes perfect sense

Fuel and alcohol duty freeze to be lifted to help fund NHS boost

The potential power of the Greek sun

BP buys UK’s largest electric vehicle charging network

Potentially ground-breaking project proves value of Agrophotovoltaic Farming

The power in the electricity market is shifting to the consumer

Legal & General dump firms who aren't doing enough for climate change

China aiming to remove subsidies from its booming solar market

Academics at Cambridge University are predicting another economic crisis

The oil majors are muscling in on the EV charging market

Pop-up EV chargers are hitting UK streets

Power shortages in Lebanon highlights the potential for renewables

Our sixth year at Moreton show