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Volkswagen has expanded the line-up for the ID.4 electric SUV with new powertrains available in City or Style trim levels.
New data exploring payload and temperature impacts on electric vans and giving real-world ranges is now available.
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.
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.
Subaru has christened its first electric vehicle ‘Solterra’ and revealed it will launch globally mid-2022.
Fleets should make sure employees feel comfortable getting behind the wheel again as the country opens up after the pandemic.
Mercedes’ new EQA electric crossover is now available in high-power all-wheel drive versions, expanding the family further.
New guidance setting out a raft of security measures to stop commercial vehicles being used as weapons in acts of terrorism is now available.
More than half of drivers would be supportive of increased use of average speed cameras on motorways, despite the fact that the majority of drivers speed.
Falling production costs for electric vehicles will make them cheaper to buy in every light vehicle segment by 2027.
The price of petrol is now at its highest price since January 2020 following six months of rises, and further increases are looking likely.
Martyn Collins tries Citroën’s new urban mobility solution that’s potentially on its way to the UK.
Citroën has launched a single-seater van version of its zero-emission Ami tiny quadricycle, aimed at fleets and business users in urban areas.
Electric vehicle maker Arrival is turning its attentions to the ride-hailing sector with plans to develop a purpose-built electric car.
Škoda’s new Fabia supermini is to significantly enhance its fleet proposition, bringing claimed class-leading space along with latest infotainment and safety and assistance systems.
The forecast for 2021 new car registrations has increased on the back of rising market confidence – but with fewer battery electric vehicles (BEVs) than expected … Read More »
Pressures for working drivers that were already prevalent before the pandemic are now likely to worsen.
Toyota’s new Mirai hydrogen saloon has opened for orders, bringing increased range but heavily reduced pricing and business contract hire rates.
The fully electric Ford E-Transit van and converted chassis cab models are to start trials in Europe shortly ahead of their launch in spring 2022.
Clean Air Zones (CAZs) are top of the list for challenges for fleets over the next five years in new decision-maker research.
A new salary sacrifice scheme that allows an employee to lease a new electric vehicle on a monthly basis has launched from SOGO.
Kia has introduced a new Ionity bolt-on to its KiaCharge EV charging programme, enabling access to discounted ultra-fast charging for just £11.25 a month.
Motorway services operator Moto has said it will install ultra-rapid chargers at all of its UK sites, starting first with its Rugby Services.
Volkswagen has revealed a 299hp GTX version of its ID.4 electric SUV, introducing a new performance badge.
Webfleet Solutions has introduced a fully integrated video telematics system, enabling fleets to access and manage their vehicles and in-vehicle cameras from a single interface.
Fleets are being urged to start planning ahead for potential disruption to new vehicle supplies as the global semiconductor shortage worsens.