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Honda is advancing its plans to electrify its range with the announcement that 100% of its European automobile sales will be “electrified” by 2025.
Renewable energy supplier Good Map has taken a 12.9% share in Zap-Map’s parent company, with an option to take a majority share within two years.
BMW has taken the wraps off its latest range of plug-in hybrids to join its ranks, including the world premiere of the new BMW X3 xDrive30e, … Read More »
Kia has debuted a new fully electric four-door saloon at Geneva, revealing possible plans for a production model in the future.
Average CO2 emissions from new cars in Europe went up 2.4g/km to 120.5g/km in 2018 – the highest average of the last four years – as … Read More »
Enterprise is expanding its 24/7 car club service in Southampton with two new vehicles.
Fleet registrations in the UK showed more positive signs of recovery in February, despite recording their sixth consecutive month of decline.
Renault is expecting to gradually phase out diesel engines from the new Clio, predicting demand for its new hybrid system could be as high as diesel … Read More »
LeasePlan has issued its first-ever Green Bond to help it accelerate the numbers of fully electric vehicles on its fleet.
The BVRLA, backed by fleets, the automotive industry and MPs, is calling for a new policy on motoring taxation that would help shape future mobility solutions … Read More »
Volvo is to impose a 180kph (112mph) maximum top speed on all new models from 2020 to help reduce the dangers from speeding.
Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations has updated its armoured Range Rover Sentinel with more power and increased occupant protection.
Sixt customers are now able to book Addison Lee Group’s mobility services through the Sixt app.
Circle Leasing has appointed Jonathan Reynolds as the company’s new head of sales as the courtesy car supplier looks to expand further in the bodyshop leasing … Read More »
Crucial fleet issues including future company car taxation, the impact of Brexit and the introduction of clean air zones are to come under focus at ACFO’s … Read More »
More fleets are likely to move to short-term subscription-based car leasing for perk cars as ongoing business uncertainty and changing employee demands turn operators away from … Read More »
Workplaces in Scotland are being urged to take part in a new challenge to help change the way employees travel, including on business.
The Government is being urged to look at whether the removal of pedestrian crossings is leading to a rise in speeding.
BMW and Daimler have announced more details on the tie-up of their car sharing businesses as the two carmakers join mobility forces.
Nissan is readying a range of ‘electrified’ SUVs, including a standalone battery-electric model, following strong demand for its second-generation Leaf.
A new eco rating system has launched for new cars to highlight the least and most polluting new cars on the market, drawing on the well-known … Read More »
Seat has given an insight into its inaugural electric car with a preview of its El-Born concept.
Tesla is switching to an online-only global sales model, ahead of the launch of the $35,000 entry-level Model 3.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Automotive research specialist APD Global Research has appointed a new managing director for the UK as it also reports record results for 2018.
The Jaguar I-Pace has scooped the UK Car of the Year accolade for 2019 after defeating 11 other class winners to take the top title.
Sixt has launched a new app that brings together all of its mobility solutions onto one platform.
New government data shows drivers suffered an increase in delays on major A-roads and motorways in England in 2018.