The Golf still feels like a great solution to the challenges of work and home life, reckons Alex Grant.
Hands-on experience and a whole-life approach to running costs are vital for driving fleet uptake of electric vehicles, according to new research from Go Ultra Low … Read More »
Groupe PSA has appointed Stephen Norman as managing director of Vauxhall Motors and Opel Ireland, effective from 1 February.
Europcar Group has appointed Luc Peligry, as chief financial officer, supporting ongoing growth of the company.
Volkswagen Group UK has appointed Patrick McGillycuddy as head of sales operations, replacing Rod McLeod who becomes director of Skoda UK, both effective from 1 Feb.
Chinese electric car manufacturer, Byton, has previewed the first of its line-up of luxury cars; a long-range, fully-electric SUV due to launch in Europe during 2020.
In the second part of our series of exclusive surveys, Shell and Fleet World questioned 266 fleet executives to find out how they interact and monitor … Read More »
The Department for Transport has begun a 12-week consultation process to identify and upgrade vital A-roads as it creates a new Major Road Network across England.
Government tax reform penalising diesel vehicles is hindering the uptake of clean engines, encouraging fleets to pick the wrong fuel and potentially slowing CO2 reductions, according … Read More »
Does a folding metal roof blunt the MX-5’s lightweight appeal? Alex Grant finds out.
Land Rover has launched a commercial version of the new Discovery, which is available to order today ahead of deliveries in Q2 2018.
Despite a growing appetite for hybrid and electric cars, government policy needs to do more to encourage commercial vehicle fleets to move to alternative drivetrains, according … Read More »
Manufacturers could soon face strict targets for electric and ultra-low emission vehicles as a share of their overall sales, as part of measures to phase out … Read More »
Automotive parts and technology company, Denso, has acquired American company InfiniteKey, with a view to developing systems enabling smartphones to be used instead of vehicle keys.
Chargemaster is launching a fleet-specific subscription of its 6,000-strong Polar electric vehicle charging network, enabling usage for multiple drivers to be billed to the same account.
Rapid charging points for electric vehicles are a more cost-effective way to reduce air pollution than slower on-street units, despite the latter being cheaper to install, … Read More »
Government policy should encourage the trend towards reduced car use, with research showing this is a more effective way to cut energy use than swapping to … Read More »
Knowledge of connected cars is low among UK consumers, with only 4% saying they knew they owned one, and 66% saying they did not plan to … Read More »
The BVRLA is to begin an investigation into mileage fraud, following warnings from the National Franchise Dealer Association (NFDA) that it’s a fast-growing problem among vehicles … Read More »
Mercedes-Benz revealed its third-generation four-door coupé at the Los Angeles Motor Show, featuring driver assistance technology from the EClass and five seats for the first time.
Porsche is deploying a six-month trial of a fleet of plug-in hybrid chauffeur cars in London as part of research into transport solutions.
Changing fashions mean the now-niche Beetle perhaps has more impact than ever, reckons Alex Grant.
Shell is to host the UK’s first ultra-fast charging points installed under the manufacturer-backed Ionity network, which is targeting 400 sites across Europe by 2020.