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Mazda is to launch a new petrol engine using compression ignition to bring similar or better fuel efficiency than its current diesels.
Nearly half of UK fleets (46%) are unaware of changes to cash or car taxation introduced by the Government in April, with smaller fleets particularly in the dark.
New generations of connected cars will offer better protection against the threat of hacking under latest Department for Transport measures.
The UK government has included plug-in vehicles on its greenhouse gas conversion tables for the first time, aimed at helping fleets to better understand the environmental impact of new drivetrains.
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Almost nine out of 10 UK businesses would be unwilling to replace company cars with another form of transport, according to new research.
Renault has revamped its fleet team as it expands operations to ensure increased coverage of areas including mobility solutions and local fleet sales.
UK insurers have expressed concerns that the evolution of automated driving technology could result in a short-term increase in crashes.
GM has closed the sale of Opel/Vauxhall to the PSA Group for €2.2bn, creating the second largest carmaker in Europe with a market share of 17% and a portfolio of five brands.
Intended to provide electric motoring for the mass market, Tesla’s production Model 3 has been unveiled in California ahead of going on sale in the UK in 2019.
Plans to introduce pay-per-mile road pricing in London would see road charges hike up by 90%, impacting significantly on businesses, new research suggests.
The fleet sector has called for clarity on changes to the tax regime as the government looks to fund improvements to air quality through taxation on diesel vehicles, and a move to plug-in models.