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A new commercial vehicle ‘one-stop shop’ provider has launched, bringing a range of services for anyone running a CV fleet.
A new project that will bring a high-power electric vehicle charging network from late 2018 is now underway.
TomTom’s On-Street Parking service is now available in 100 cities across Europe, including 13 new locations in the UK.
Hyundai has begun taking pre-orders for the Kona Electric in South Korea, hinting at a model range which is likely to be echoed when it launches in Europe this summer.
Fleets can now get preferential financing conditions on a range of Iveco Natural Power models under a new scheme.
Škoda’s updated Fabia will introduce an exclusively petrol engine line-up as it drops the 1.4-litre TDI.
Didi Chuxing, which acquired Uber’s Chinese operations in 2016, is teaming up with 11 carmakers to develop an open car-sharing platform for electric vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed its third-generation Sprinter, which introduces front-wheel drive and new connectivity options as well as an electric version from 2019.
Moscow has topped the list of the most congested cities in Europe for the second year in a row as experts warn there’s “no silver bullet” to erase congestion.
Connected vehicle camera solutions specialist Intelligent Telematics has opened a new European headquarters in Reading as part of capital investment.
Mercedes-Benz is to extend its small car line-up to eight model lines, likely to include an A-Class saloon and an electric vehicle, as it focuses on broadening its appeal and finding a younger customer …
Ford has revealed its facelifted Ka+ range, which debuts a new Ka+ Active softroader version as well as the Sync 3 infotainment system and the model’s first diesel.
DS Automobiles UK has appointed Alain Descat as its first managing director as the new DS 7 Crossback launches.
Europcar UK has launched a new platform that provides access to the group’s full range of mobility services and how they’re being utilised.
Polestar has named Hans Pehrson as head of research and development and electric propulsion strategy as it ramps up for first orders of its Polestar 1 plug-in hybrid.
Cap HPI has appointed Max Robert Mueller as future car value manager for Germany in line with its plans for global expansion.
Skoda has unveiled its Vision X urban crossover, which previews a third model for the brand’s expanding SUV line-up.
TomTom Telematics has launched a revamped version of its WEBFLEET tracking solution along with a new range of TomTom PRO driver terminals.
The topic of Mobility Management – Vision and Reality is to come under focus at next month’s 5th International Fleet Meeting at Geneva as a growing number of businesses look to transition from fleet …
London commuters can now use a Ford ride-sharing service to plug gaps in public transport under a trial approved by TfL.
ALD Automotive sales and marketing Stéphane Rénie has assumed a new role as head of corporate & social responsibility (CSR).
Alphabet has been named as the preferred operational leasing partner for StreetScooter GmbH in Germany and the Netherlands, expanding its electric vehicle portfolio.
Audi is following in the footsteps of carmakers such as Tesla, Mercedes and Nissan in exploring energy storage technology as it overcome concerns of the impact of EVs on grid load.
Online solutions provider Ebbon-Dacs has achieved ISO 27001 certification, ensuring it meets the data protection requirements of its major contract hire and leasing clients.
David George becomes the new director for Mini UK, with effect from 25 January.
The UK and eight other EU Member States are waiting to see if they will face further legal action over persistent breaches of air pollution laws.
BP sites in the UK and Europe will get electric vehicle rapid chargers from later this year as the oil giant seeks to keep pace with the transition away from petrol and diesel.
EU car registrations rose 3.1% in 2017 as an uplift in demand for SUVs and petrol models helped drive the market.
Ford is bolstering its plans for mobility solutions for fleet, private drivers and cities globally with the acquisition of two further start-ups.
SAIC Mobility Europe, a division of Chinese vehicle manufacturer SAIC, has started deliveries of its zero-emission Maxus EV80 vans in Europe ahead of the brand’s full launch in 2019.