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The European Commission is looking to cut car and LCV emissions by 30% by 2030 under a proposal for post-2021 CO2 targets.
Mazda is targeting a combustion engine with lower well-to-wheel CO2 emissions than an electric vehicle, as part of a suite of fuel-saving solutions to cater for varying global market needs.
Opel, and sibling Vauxhall, is to debut a next-generation electric Corsa and a plug-in hybrid version of its Grandland X crossover by 2020 under post-takeover plans to bring the company back into profit.
Radius Payment Solutions is expanding into the US with a range of fleet services, including tracking.
Car registrations grew by 4.6% in October in Western Europe year-on-year, according to the latest figures from LMC Automotive.
Utility company, Eon, has launched a Europe-wide electric mobility initiative, including ultra-fast workplace charging points and a network enabling EV drivers to get from the UK to Romania by 2020.
A new report has concluded that 40% of emissions could be cut by reducing vehicle mass.
SEAT has signed a deal with Spanish telecoms giant Telefónica as it looks to develop digitised mobility solutions.
BMW Group, Daimler, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group have committed to plans to launch a network of 400 ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles along major European routes.
Italian utility company, Enel, has acquired charging point manufacturer eMotorWerks, with a view to incorporate its vehicle-to-grid technology platform as part of its global product offer.
Oil analysts have predicted peak demand for petrol could occur as soon as 2030, according to a report by Wood Mackenzie.
Opel and Vauxhall’s financial operations have now been hived off into a new automotive finance company, jointly owned by PSA and the French bank BNP Paribas.
Germany’s true fleet sector slowed in September as the overall market declined and diesel registrations continued to slide.
French drivers on work-related journeys are more likely to take risks behind the wheel, according to new research from Axa.
Aramex has used addressing solution what3words to improve delivery efficiency in Dubai.
Clean energy consultancy company, Voltia, has launched a free online tool aimed at helping businesses find electric light commercial vehicles to suit their fleet.
Cap HPI has appointed Debbie Cappell in the newly created role of data operations director as it looks to expand its data operation and speed up the development of new product.
Citroën will launch a heavily updated version of the C4 Cactus early next year, with toned down styling and a step up in refinement and comfort aimed at broadening its appeal.
International Fleet World's round-up of the most important headlines from the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. Next Lexus LS to debut autonomous drive technology by Alex Grant - Lexus has revealed a concept version of ...
Lexus has revealed a concept version of the next LS luxury saloon at the Tokyo Motor Show, confirming that the production version will debut fully automated highway driving as soon as 2020.
Toyota is sticking with hydrogen fuel cell technology despite pressing ahead with research into longer-range solid-state batteries, revealing two concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show to showcase the technology.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has revived its Evolution high-performance line with a fully-electric crossover, revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda has confirmed its future line up will include more hybrid vehicles and, for the first time, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) models from here forward.
As well as joining Formula E for the fifth season, Nissan has unveiled a brace of EV concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017.
Mazda has previewed its next-generation 3 and 6 models, outlining a product strategy which will combine more efficient combustion engines with electrification technology.
Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) has revealed the first of a new generation of gasoline and diesel engines, claiming conventional powertrains will still have a strong market presence in 2025.
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has announced the 2017 winners of the PRAISE awards, in recognition of efforts taken by companies to improve road safety at work.
After the shaky first four months of 2017, France’s True Fleet has shown continued growth for the past five consecutive months, according to the latest DataForce numbers.
Due to the predicted exponential growth of the automotive industry’s use of data, Cap HPI has doubled the size of its data and product development teams to meet demand over the next decade.