A look at the top 10 highlights for fleets at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
National Windscreens technicians have become the first in the country to achieve recognised Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) qualifications from awarding organisation, GQA Qualifications.
Although the Spring Budget had been expected to bring further clarification of tax changes to salary sacrifice and cash allowances, no further details were revealed.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has kept fuel duty frozen at its current rate until 2018, following on from the announcement in the Autumn Statement.
The chancellor pledged £270m to keep the UK at the forefront of “disruptive technologies like biotech, robotic systems and driverless vehicles”.
M. J. Maillis UK has awarded a sole supplier agreement to TCH Leasing for its fleet of 26 cars and three commercial vehicles.
G3 Remarketing has launched a new audio and video vehicle inspection tool following 18 months of development and £150,000 investment.
Alphabet’s Partner broker sales channel has exceeded 20,000 vehicle contracts some two years after its launch.
Allstar has partnered with visa to launch a new combined fuel and travel expense card.
Global insurer MS Amlin has renewed its contract with National Windscreens to support its motor insurance policies for businesses and fleet operators across the UK.
Infiniti has unveiled its facelifted Q50, which brings updated design, a new grade structure and new technologies.
Vauxhall has revealed its second-generation Insignia Sports Tourer at the Geneva Motor Show.
Suzuki has revealed its European Swift model, which goes on sale this summer with increased boot space and improved fuel economy and emissions.
Lexus has debuted the LS 500h hybrid version of its flagship model at the Geneva Motor Show.
BMW has unveiled its 2017 5 Series Touring at the Geneva Motor Show, prior to sales starting in June.
Nissan has taken the wraps off its facelifted Qashqai crossover, which brings updated design, new autonomous driving technology and a flagship Tekna+ grade.
Hyundai has debuted its Ioniq Plug-in at the Geneva Motor Show, joining the hybrid and electric versions already on sale.