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Sixt has taken a further step in plans to offer a one-stop shop for customised mobility solutions by bundling together its products in the corporate customer segment.
True fleet registrations in the UK continued to decline in February as the overall car market remained affected by a number of issues.
Germany’s new car market continued the positive start to the year in February with further growth, according to latest Dataforce figures.
New car demand in the EU continued to rise with February registrations reaching their highest level since 2008.
Tritium has opened a new sales, service, training and testing facility for Europe in Amsterdam, Netherlands as it commits to the European EV market.
Renault has announced that it will no longer force customers of the Zoe electric car to take out a battery lease.
Audi says it is convinced of the potential of e-gas, “e-benzin” (e-gasoline) and e-diesel fuels.
Portugal becomes the 20th country where fleet management provider Alphabet conducts business, in collaboration with its well-established mobility partner, Finlog.
Average CO2 emissions from new cars in Europe increased by 0.3g/km in 2017; the first rise in 10 years.
Telematics specialist Movolytics is expanding into Spain as it reports a period of rapid growth.
This year’s International Fleet Meeting has now taken place, bringing an insight into the latest fleet management trends and thinking for more than 250 fleet managers and automotive, leasing and service industry company representatives.
Online payment fraud detection specialist the AI Corporation has launched an end-to-end fuel card issuing/processing platform and service to bring next-generation payment processing and fraud detection capabilities to fleets.
TMC has created a new role of international sales, market director for Belgium, France, Germany and Spain as it reports growing international demand for its consolidated fleet and fuel solutions.
International Fleet World's round-up of the most important headlines from the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Upgraded Nissan concept debuts Brain-to-Vehicle tech by Natalie Middleton - Nissan has unveiled an upgraded version of its IMx ...
Nissan has unveiled an upgraded version of its IMx electric concept vehicle, featuring a new look and Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) technology.
Hyundai has previewed its future design direction with the unveiling of the ‘Le Fil Rouge’ design concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
Porsche reveals second electric car concept with 800V system, enabling 400-kilometre range in 15 minutes.
Renault has shown how it thinks shared urban mobility could look in the future with the unveiling of its EZ-GO concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Volvo XC40 has taken the European Car of the Year 2018 award, fending off runners-up including the Seat Ibiza and BMW 5 Series.
White Clarke has published its annual Global Leasing Report, which reveals the top 5 markets in 2016 as well as growth figures for the top 50.
Kia has unveiled its third-generation Ceed Sportswagon, which brings increased boot space to rival models from the next segment up.
Honda is to open order books for its first battery-electric vehicle in Europe in early 2019.
Telecomms giant Verizon has created a new Verizon Connect business to bring its Telogis, Fleetmatics and Movildata brands under one roof.
Lexus will expand its SUV offering next year with a small SUV called the UX.
Volkswagen has given us a glimpse of the luxury saloon of the near future with the unveiling of the I.D. Vizzion concept.
Skoda has revealed plans for a new small SUV with the unveiling of the Vision X concept car at the Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota will have no diesel passenger cars on sale in Europe by the end of this year, citing limited demand and widespread uptake of hybrid alternatives.
Mercedes-Benz Vans and US technology start-up Via are introducing on-demand ridesharing to Amsterdam through their ViaVan joint venture.
Supertrucks has launched a new Multi-Purpose Rack to tackle the rapid growth in popularity of bigger, heavier products, such as bi-fold doors and windows, and orangeries.