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CO2 emissions of new cars sold in the EU continued to fall last year but at a slower rate.
More than a third of companies are still not using telematics systems to help monitor their fleet – leaving themselves open to potential fines of up to £20m.
Volvo’s first electric car will be built in China and sold globally from 2019.
Vauxhall will join the highly competitive C-SUV sector at the end of the year, previewing the Grandland X SUV ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Citroën has revealed its Qashqai-rivalling C5 Aircross SUV, which will join the range in 2018 complete with a PHEV AWD model.
The vast majority of employees will not tell their bosses if they receive points on their licence – leaving companies exposed to potential risks such as being uninsured in the event of an accident.
Alphabet’s Jim McNally has moved from his role as head of asset risk to become the company’s new head of remarketing and logistics.
Visitors to Fleet Show 2017 will be the first in the UK to drive SEAT’s all-new Ibiza supermini challenger, months ahead of it going on sale.
Local authorities could soon charge vehicles based on their actual exhaust emissions, with £1m government funding allocated to developing the required technology.
Volvo’s new XC60 has gone on sale, with entry-level pricing of £37,205 (OTR) competing directly with rivals such as the X3, Q5 and GLC.