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Renault has appointed its chief operating officer Thierry Bolloré as deputy CEO on a temporary basis as it explores allegations of serious misconduct by CEO Carlos Ghosn.
University College London (UCL) has added a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric car to its fleet to expand its research into advanced powertrain technologies, and to provide zero-emission transport for staff.
The Spanish true fleet sector suffered a second monthly fall in October as the switch to WLTP continued to bite, albeit significantly less than September.
Renault has acquired French peer-to-peer used vehicle specialist Carizy for an undisclosed amount.
MG has previewed an electric version of the ZS SUV in China, with the newcomer set to re-launch the brand in markets across Europe in the first half of 2019.
Kia and Hyundai are to provide a comprehensive connected car service in partnership with Vodafone.
Toyota has revealed the new Corolla sedan, which will be available for the first time in hybrid form when it launches in Europe early in 2019.
Nissan has said it plans to oust chairman Carlos Ghosn as it accuses him of “serious misconduct”.
EU policymakers and national governments are being urged to lend their support to future vehicle safety measures proposed by the European Commission.
Clean fuels provider PitPoint is implementing its third public hydrogen refuelling station in the Netherlands next year, helping to support plans for a network of stations across the country.
Michal Wojciechowski, managing director of Autorola Poland, discusses how the country will take on unwanted diesels from other countries and how younger drivers are happy to carshare rather than own their own wheels.
Daimler Financial Services AG has announced a reshuffle of its top management ahead of its switch to Daimler Mobility next year.
Car registrations in the EU have fallen for a second month running as a result of the full introduction of the WLTP test cycle on 1 September.
BMW’s forthcoming 2019 3 Series 330e Sedan will offer extra range and performance but with lower CO2 emissions when it goes on sale next summer.
The UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has cautiously greeted the draft Brexit deal after months of highlighting the need to safeguard the future of the UK automotive industry.
The first car sharing club in Malta has now launched, bringing EV-only motoring to the island.
ALD Automotive’s global fleet of managed vehicles was up 9.8% to 1.63m at the end of September, said to be the result of sustained investments in technology.
LeasePlan has announced Q3 2018 results, which saw net profits fall as a result of the crash in the Turkish lira.
Belgian postal service Bpost has adopted a fleet telematics solution from MiX Telematics to address safety, efficiency and compliance requirements.
The UK’s true fleet sector has suffered a second monthly fall as the switch to WLTP continued to take its toll.
Three Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) have gone on trial with a council in Melbourne, Australia, to help cut CO2 and provide real-world evaluation of the vehicles.
Vehicle tracking specialist Ram Tracking has moved to new offices in Canada in line with its increasing headcount and future expansion plans.
Market analyst firm Berg Insight has named TomTom Telematics as the largest provider of fleet management solutions in Europe for the fourth successive year.
The European Commission has cleared the creation of six mobility-related joint ventures by Daimler and BMW, subject to conditions.
Mitsubishi has comprehensively upgraded the L200 one-tonne pickup, aimed at improving comfort and durability to cater for both business and private use.
Autovista Group is launching a new subscription service to provide indepth residual value data on Europe’s used car markets – including highlighting the impact of governments’ clean air policies.
2017 remains a record year for Norwegian true fleet registrations but 2018 is not far behind, new research reveals.
Opel is to conduct research into an intelligent charging infrastructure to support future electro-mobility as it ramps ups its EV development.
Older diesels are to be banned from Bonn and Cologne from April 2019 following a court ruling.
LeasePlan has announced that Gijsbert de Zoeten, chief financial officer, and Marco van Kalleveen, chief operating officer Europe are to resign from their board positions with immediate effect.