With electrified vehicles rapidly encroaching into fleet lists, Jonathan Musk takes a look at how electric technology is making its way from race to road.
Škoda has revealed technology highlights of its forthcoming compact-sized Scala, which will include a mix of petrol and diesel turbo powered engines.
The hydrogen fuel cell powered Hyundai Nexo has been awarded the coveted five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.
Energy systems are evolving to incorporate new clean technologies, with research underway to prepare for the potential opportunities and challenges.
The expansion is in response to the increase in number of vehicles with intelligent systems on UK roads, with Autoglass planning to open a further 11 … Read More »
Dyson has confirmed plans to construct its first automotive manufacturing facility in Singapore, with the first production car to roll off the line in 2021.
Cap HPI has introduced a new data science team, aimed at offering a portfolio of real-time data tools and insight for customers.
WEX Europe Services, is growing its Esso Card™ acceptance network by 8% in the UK.
Fleet World’s round-up of the most important fleet headlines from the 2018 Paris Motor Show.
FCA has launched its latest edition of “Soluzioni”: a new digital business magazine, aimed at fleets wishing to learn more about the brand’s vast array of … Read More »
Does Mitsubishi’s latest reworking of the popular plug-in make it any better? Jonathan Musk finds out…
Mini is best known as a retail brand, but with the City its aiming to open its six doors to fleets…
DS, Groupe PSA’s premium car brand, is entering the electric market with its long awaited DS3 replacement, the DS3 Crossback.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
The BVRLA’s fifth Fleet Technology Congress offered special insight into the key elements that will make up the future of fleet. Jonathan Musk reports…