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Driver training and risk reduction specialist eDriving has been named a private sector member of the Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP).
A new app has launched that records and analyses drivers’ everyday travel to see if they can switch to smart or Mercedes-Benz electric or hybrid vehicles.
Autorola Group’s Indicata software platform for used vehicle management is now available in the UK, providing real-time insights for OEMs and dealers.
Ford’s forthcoming Plug-in Hybrid Transit Custom has made its first public appearance just weeks ahead of the start of London-based fleet trials.
Two new Esso fuel sites are to open in Belgium, strengthening the brand’s network in the country.
US peer-to-peer car sharing startup Turo has received investment of US$92 million under a financing round co-led by Daimler Mobility Services and South Korea’s SK Holdings.
Arval UK has reported major efficiencies in its new vehicle delivery and used vehicle collection operations following its switch to the moDel mobile electronic automotive delivery solution from Ebbon-Dacs.
Mercedes-Benz is to launch a new Uber-rivalling ride sharing service in Europe, kicking off with London.
Ford’s new Fiesta has scored five stars in the latest Euro NCAP tests, with the Mazda CX-5 and Vauxhall/Opel Grandland X also receiving top marks.
The all-new Nissan LEAF will launch in Europe next January, offering a 50% increase in range, more power and partially-autonomous features.
Kia is introducing new driver assistance and connectivity technologies, as well as a GT Line variant for its facelifted Sorento, which goes on sale later this year.
Ford’s EcoSport baby SUV has been given a further facelift, introducing intelligent all-wheel drive and a new diesel engine as well as revised exterior and interior styling and enhanced connectivity technology.
Kia is to launch a softroader version of its third-generation Picanto supermini in Europe later this year.
Honda has revealed the first images of its CR-V Hybrid Prototype, ahead of its official reveal at the 2017 IAA Frankfurt Motorshow.
Renault Symbioz concept teaser Renault has published a teaser image of a new concept, dubbed ‘Symbioz’, ahead of its reveal at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week. Marrying up autonomous, electric and connected mobility ...
Renault is joining forces with Spanish multinational Ferrovial to deploy a fleet of ZOE EVs in Madrid for a new car sharing service.
Smart has revealed its smart vision EQ fortwo concept, which shows the carmaker’s ideas for how electric and autonomous technology could unite in the future to bring an urban car sharing solution.
LeasePlan has said it’s looking at potential Initial Public Offering (IPO) after reporting strong first half results.
LeasePlan USA has appointed Mike Camnetar as regional vice president within its business development team.
Christoph Domke has joined KPMG to lead its Commercial Mobility function as a director within its Mobility 2030 practice.
Kia are set to unveil a new concept car at the 2017 IAA in Frankfurt on 12 September that could indicate what the next-generation cue’s model may look like.
Dacia has renewed the Duster SUV with new styling that the company says improves quality and brings new equipment to the model.
The MINI Electric Concept will make its world debut at the 2017 IAA in Frankfurt, followed by a production version due in 2019.
Honda has announced it will unveil its first electric vehicle (EV) destined for Europe, the Honda Urban EV Concept, alongside a new CR-V Hybrid Prototype.
BMW has introduced a new higher powered version of the i3 electric super mini; the i3s, available with the 94Ah/33kWh battery and optional range extender.
Connected Energy has installed two quick-charge stations along highways in Belgium and Germany that use second-life Renault electric vehicle batteries as power sources.
Renault-Nissan Alliance and Dongfeng have announced a joint venture that will see the two groups co-develop and sell electric vehicles (EV) in China.
Domino’s Pizza and Ford have launched a world-first collaboration to deliver pizzas in self-driving vehicle trials.
Shanghai-based Chery is to unveil its first European-market crossover at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with a view to expanding its presence in the region’s fleet sector over the coming years.