Sales of greener new cars boomed in 2020 despite the overall challenges for the new car market in the pandemic.
The UK needs a clear roadmap to the 2030 ICE ban, focusing on developing workplace and public charging and giving stronger incentives to purchase electric vehicles.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
The UK’s Plug-in Grants will be cut further in the future and likely with no notice, according to the Government.
Toyota is investing more than £1m to help tackle the growing issue of catalytic converter theft in the UK.
A new anti-drink driving learning experience is launching in the UK and various global markets to help people understand the consequences of drink driving.
Airmax Remote has introduced a new telematics rental solution, providing a cost-effective method within a monthly rental model.
Ola is expanding its ride-hailing solution in London with a new EV-only service for no extra charge.
Polestar UK has opened a new test-drive hub in Milton Keynes, enabling drivers to get behind the wheel of the Polestar 2.
Dangerous driving on the UK’s roads increased in 2020 but vehicle-related crime fell significantly in lockdowns.
Volkswagen has expanded the line-up for the ID.4 electric SUV with new powertrains available in City or Style trim levels.
The UK must rapidly accelerate the deployment of gigafactories and new battery technology development to ensure domestic car production is not threatened.
Volkswagen’s long-wheelbase Tiguan Allspace has had a makeover, including updated styling and increased technology.
New data exploring payload and temperature impacts on electric vans and giving real-world ranges is now available.
Yorkshire Fleet is enabling its customers to make the switch to electric vehicles with the help of ODO.
A new public sector dynamic purchasing system (DPS) designed to enable the purchase of alternative fuel vehicles on a larger scale than ever before has gone … Read More »
OEMs, investors and infrastructure players must collaborate globally to ensure the future of e-mobility, backed by consistent policies from regulatory and governmental bodies.
New data revealing the key motivators for EV drivers, and their thoughts on charging, the infrastructure and the future of e-mobility, is now available from NewMotion.
Hyundai premium brand offshoot Genesis has revealed its first model designed for Europe in the form of the G70 Shooting Brake.
The fully electric Vauxhall Combo-e Life is now available to order, bringing five- or seven-seat practicality and a range of up to 174 miles.
Birmingham City Council has officially launched its Vehicle Scrappage and Travel Credit Scheme ahead of the arrival of its Clean Air Zone.
The return to physical auctions is proving popular with used car buyers according to Aston Barclay, although online sales are still being widely used too.
A new DriverMetrics white paper is now available for free download to help fleet managers understand key concepts around mental health and its impact in the … Read More »
A new mobility hub that will explore whether shared transport can change commuting patterns has launched at Imperial College London.
ALD Automotive is using tech specialist Munic to support the global rollout of its new ProFleet connected vehicle solution.
Subaru has christened its first electric vehicle ‘Solterra’ and revealed it will launch globally mid-2022.
The UK’s used car market saw a turbulent first quarter with sales down 8.9% due to lockdowns.