Millennial car purchase intent is still strong in Europe, putting paid to concerns that millennials are less interested in car ownership than their forebears, research suggests.
Charging solutions provider NewMotion has introduced a new Business Hub to bring fleets in-depth insight into EV charging and charge point usage.
Ford has detailed how it’ll support its forthcoming electric vehicle customers, claiming its Charging Solutions ecosystem will bring access to Europe’s largest public charging network.
Ionity is expanding its high-power charging network with the addition of a station in Gretna Green – said to be Scotland’s fastest EV charging station.
Technology solutions provider Ebbon-Dacs has appointed Justine Hawkins as its new chief commercial officer as it expands its business activities in the UK and internationally.
Toyota is to present a production-ready ultra-compact battery electric vehicle (BEV) at this month’s Tokyo Motor Show ahead of the vehicle’s planned commercial launch in Japan in late 2020.
Mobility marketplace Karhoo is expanding into the Nordic region to help connect local taxi and private hire fleets with the tourist market.
PSA has confirmed that electric versions of the Peugeot Expert, Citroën Dispatch and Vauxhall/Opel Vivaro will launch in 2020 ahead of the arrival of wider electrified options.
Volvo has revealed its first-ever fully electric car, the XC40 Recharge, which sits under its new Recharge brand.
Telematics and video telematics provider Sprint Telematics is migrating its customers over to using Key Telematics’ software platform as it looks to support further growth in the UK and globally.
Toyota has reimagined its Yaris for its fourth-generation iteration, introducing a new platform and hybrid technology as well as a bold new design.
A new three-seat electric city car has gone on sale in the UK and Sweden, targeting urban drivers.
Volkswagen has unveiled the five-seater version of the Volkswagen Atlas at its assembly plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Volvo is introducing a Recharge sub-brand for its fully electric and plug-in hybrid models as it also announces ambitious new climate plans.
Honda has published a teaser image of the fourth-generation Jazz, which makes its world premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show on 23 October.
EU registrations rose 14.5% in September; a rise largely attributed to lower-than-usual sales in the same month last year.
Ford has named Neil Wilson as its new fleet director for Britain and Ireland.
Morris Commercial has published a latest teaser image of its forthcoming Morris JE, which revives the iconic Morris J-type van as a 21st century electric commercial vehicle.
Renault and Waymo are looking into the implementation of an autonomous mobility service between Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport and the La Défense business district in Paris.
Thomas Sedran, chairman of the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Board of Management, has been named by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) as chairman for its Light Commercial Vehicle General Managers’ Committee.
Autorola and Sofico have forged a new partnership that will bring real-time market insights and specific KPIs for fleet.
Toyota’s new RAV4 plug-in hybrid – the most powerful RAV4 yet – is to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show next month ahead of its arrival next year.
Toyota has previewed its forthcoming Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle with a new concept that shows how the second-generation model advances the game in styling, performance and practicality.
British technology company Dyson says it’s pulled the plug on its electric vehicles project after determining it was not commercially viable.
Volkswagen has issued two design sketches of the eighth-generation Golf, giving an insight into its design.
Toyota Fleet Mobility (TFM) is to acquire Inchcape’s fleet management and leasing subsidiary, Inchcape Fleet Solutions (IFS) for £100m as it looks to expand further in the UK’s full service leasing market.
Fleet and mobility customers are being targeted with two new apps that could streamline their operations.
Public support for electric vehicles is fast rising, putting increased pressure on the need for expanded charging infrastructure.
Diesel demonisation may have hit new car sales but it’s also brought different used car dynamics across the top five European markets, despite continued strong demand from drivers.
The new Peugeot 208 has dropped a Euro NCAP star compared to its predecessor after meeting five-star requirements in all areas bar protection of vulnerable road users.