Fleet World’s five-minute industry briefing: This week’s top stories
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
- Jaguar Land Rover diesels well below emissions limits, new tests find - Tests on three Jaguar Land Rover models have shown the diesel engines used are meeting and beating Euro 6 emissions limits ahead of schedule. For more ... Read More »
- SsangYong eyes fleet growth following 2018 restructure - SsangYong is looking to almost triple its UK sales to 10,000 units, supported by the new Korando SUV, electric vehicles and a growing focus on fleet ... Read More »
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- Cars escape Bath clean air zone charges but vans still face burden - The city of Bath is to implement a Class C charging clean air zone that will exempt cars but not vans from charges for non-compliant vehicles. ... Read More »
- BMW warns no-deal Brexit could end Mini production in UK - BMW has warned that it may shift Mini production out of the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit. For more of the latest industry ... Read More »
- Honda to fully electrify range by 2025 - Honda is advancing its plans to electrify its range with the announcement that 100% of its European automobile sales will be “electrified” by 2025. For more ... Read More »
- BMW plug-in hybrid portfolio gets new models and added electric range - 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 »
- New car CO2 hits four-year high due to diesel downturn - 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 »
- BVRLA report calls for new approach to motoring tax - 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 to limit top speed on all new cars from 2020 - Volvo is to impose a 180kph (112mph) maximum top speed on all new models from 2020 to help reduce the dangers from speeding. For more of ... Read More »
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