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A fleet of electric Seat eMiis are now on the road in Barcelona to provide employees at the SEAT Metropolis:Lab Barcelona and the Pier 01 Barcelona Tech City with zero-emission transport.
Toyota’s connected car enterprise with Microsoft has launched a spin-off firm to develop mobility solutions tailored to the European market.
Demand for new commercial vehicles in the EU remained positive for the first quarter despite a slowdown in March.
German tail-lift manufacturer Bar Cargolift has partnered with Revival Solutions Group to reignite its UK expansion plans.
A new battery-electric C-HR, plug-in hybrid Corolla and Levin models have been revealed by Toyota.
ARI has appointed a number of new executives to lead the fleet and automotive services group’s plans for growth.
Fraikin Group has been acquired from CVC Capital Partners by a consortium led by Alcentra and Verde Partners for an undisclosed amount.
Hyundai has updated its i20 supermini with new safety tech and a seven-speed dual clutch transmission as it also axes diesel from the line-up.
Volvo Cars aims for fully electric cars to make up 50% of its sales by 2025, the company has announced.
The European car market has posted its highest Q1 performance since 2000, despite car registrations falling in March, but diesel registrations were hard hit again.
Ikea France has signed up Renault Mobility to provide a car sharing service across its stores.
Bosch has developed new technology that it says could stop, once and for all, the debate about the death of diesel and ensure a future for diesel cars.
Lynk & Co has unveiled its first Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), due in Europe in 2020, as well as plans that will see an electrified vehicle range where diesel plays no part.
Amazon Prime customers in various US cities can now receive parcels direct to the boot of their GM or Volvo models.
BMW has presented its latest electric vehicle, the BMW Concept iX3, as well as laying out future electric plans.
The new Nissan Leaf has scored a five-star result in Euro NCAP’s more stringent crash safety ratings.
Mercedes-Benz is to launch the first-ever A-Class saloon later this year, as part of plans to extend its popular small car line-up from five variants to eight.
LeasePlan USA and ride-hailing firm Lyft have partnered to bring fleets a joined-up mobility solution.
A small upsurge in French true fleet registrations last month helped drive the market to a new record value.
UK-based logistics company Vehicle Connections has streamlined its vehicle collections and deliveries with the help of the moDel-VM solution from Ebbon-Dacs.
David Norton, ex Fleetmatics senior finance executive, has joined Norwegian telematics company ABAX as its chief financial officer.
The German true fleet market was hit by the early start of the Easter holidays in Germany and two missing working days compared to last year’s March, according to latest research by Dataforce.
Skoda has published design sketches of its new city SUV, which will debut at the Beijing Motor Show.
New car demand in the EU fell for the first time in March as momentum started to slow in some markets.
Mazda has appointed ALD Automotive to provide white-labelled operational leasing services for fleets and private drivers through its dealer network in the Netherlands.
Chevin has launched a new fleet management software package that brings SMEs the benefits of fleet management software but with much lower costs, the firm claims.
The Italian true fleet market posted growth in March despite a total market tumble, according to latest research by Dataforce.
Lexus will launch a compact hybrid saloon car below the IS in its European range later this year, likely to preview some of the technology coming to the next CT compact hatch.
Opel has clarified plans aimed at widening the service it offers fleet and retail consumers, and improving profitability for franchisees.