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Mazda has outlined its plans for the driver to remain central to the driving process as it rolls out semi-autonomous technologies focused on providing back-up safety.
The European new car market continued its positive growth in November, with registrations up 5.9% for the month and 4.1% for the year to date.
Norwegian telematics company ABAX has expanded into Germany with an office in Berlin.
Smart is expanding on its Ready to Drop+ logistics trials with a new project in Hamburg that enables Smart cars to be used as a parcel delivery box.
Euro NCAP has given the Fiat Punto its first-ever zero-star rating as it highlights how older cars are falling behind on modern safety standards.
Daimler’s Moovel subsidiary and the Stuttgarter Strassenbahnen AG (SSB) are to trial a new mobility solution in Stuttgart that will pave the way for the launch of a new mobility service in the first …
French utility EDF Group has become the latest multinational to join the EV100 initiative as it commits to switching to its entire care fleet to electric vehicles by 2030.
ALD is using this year’s DataCity Paris innovation programme to help develop future solutions targeting employee mobility.
French rental firm Parcours has named Thibaut Carpentier as its director.
Isabelle Fetzer, who was appointed as WEX Europe Services’ head of sales – France in June, is to also head up Belgium and the Netherlands.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and Daimler have together developed a new petrol engine, said to be cleaner, more efficient and offer more torque.
Stricter car approval and testing rules could be in place by September 2020, helping to prevent another ‘Dieselgate’ saga taking place.
The European EU-LIVE consortium has revealed a new electrified mobility solution for the L5e category – a segment in-between two and four wheels with speeds of more than 50km/h.
Carlos Tavares, CEO of Groupe PSA, is to take over as the president of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) for 2018.
ALD is to develop solutions to provide packaged smart mobility services with the help of Microsoft.
Nearly half of consumers (49%) of consumers do not own and do not plan to own connected cars in the future as cybersecurity concerns impact on buying decisions.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter will bring a holistic approach to van operations, offering latest connectivity to bring an integrated system solution along with an all-electric version to follow.
Ford has revealed its updated Transit Connect and Courier LCVs, which will get updated engines and styling as well as new driver assistance technologies when they launch next year.
ALD Automotive has announced the launch of GlobalFleetReporting.com (GFR) – a new solution that consolidates fleet management data from multiple sources, including third party data.
Vehicle operators in France can now sign up for real-world trials of 1,000 Renault Mégane equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) connectivity solutions to help improve road safety and cut traffic congestion.
Jeep‘s new Wrangler will include plug-in hybrid power, the American company has confirmed.
Opel has introduced a new top-of-the-range variant and diesel engine for its Grandland X SUV.
Alphabet Italia has named Andrea Castronovo as its new chief executive officer, effective 1 February 2018.
Toyota is to build a power plant capable of producing water, electricity and hydrogen using bio-waste as a fuel.
BMW has revealed the production version of the new i8 Roadster and new Coupé at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
This year has represented a turning point for electric vehicle adoption, with sales in key regions increasing significantly, Jato Dynamics says.
Porsche is deploying a six-month trial of a fleet of plug-in hybrid chauffeur cars in London as part of research into transport solutions.
Carmakers have been praised for their work in vehicle safety as latest Euro NCAP ratings show all eight vehicles achieved five-star results, supported by standard-fit Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems.
AFVs (alternative fuel vehicles) recorded a 5.5% share of the European new car market in October, following a 9.9% decline in diesel registrations.