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Major firms including BT Group and E.ON have become the latest to commit to deploying EVs under the EV100 initiative.
Alex Smith is to become managing director of Volkswagen Group UK in the New Year, marking his return to the group after two years at Nissan.
The French passenger car market remained less affected by the impact of WLTP than the other big European countries in October.
Kia has confirmed its next major electric vehicle (EV), due circa 2020, will offer a range in excess of 483km miles and will likely be equipped with next-gen battery tech.
Part van, part MPV, part SUV, the Rifter is a multi-talented family-hauler, explains Alex Grant.
Škoda has taken the wraps off its Scala hatchback, which provides it with its first-ever direct rival to the VW Golf and Ford Focus.
Fleets could cut rental costs by up to 35% while also benefiting from increased convenience by turning to car sharing.
Kia may have big plans for electric cars but diesel will still have a role in those sectors where it’s best served.
European fuel card provider Radius Payment Solutions is continuing its expansion in the US market by partnering with WEX to launch a new fuel card for business motorists.
Telematics giant Microlise has acquired a 20% stake in Trakm8 as it says the two firms will explore collaborations but will retain their separate operations.
Opel/Vauxhall has confirmed plans to launch two new EVs in 2020, joining its electric Corsa – set to debut in 2019.
Mercedes-Benz Vans and US technology start-up Via have expanded their on-demand ridesharing ViaVan joint venture further across London – including the scheme’s first UK airport launch.
Hyundai has announced that Tony Whitehorn is to stand down from his role as the company’s UK president and CEO at the end of this year.
The EU is to push ahead with introducing legislation which will require various safety features to be included on a range of vehicles with the aim of saving lives on Europe’s roads.
The Italian State Police (Arma dei Carabinieri) has added the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross to its vehicle fleet.
Groupe PSA and Toyota have announced the terms of their latest deal, which will see PSA provide Toyota with a compact van while exiting its shareholding in the manufacturers’ small car production JV in …
Shared modes of transport will continue to grow in significance and the ecosystems of shared mobility and public transport are likely to converge as a consequence.
KAR Auction Services, the US parent of ADESA Remarketing, is to acquire Belgium-based online auction company CarsOnTheWeb (COTW) in a move that will significantly extend its European footprint.
Kia has unveiled its second-generation Soul EV, which launches in 2019 and will bring increased power and range.
A new international residual value analysis tool that offers fleet operators a deeper understanding of cross-country trends is to launch from Cap HPI.
Three-quarters of carmakers in the UK say a ‘no-deal’ Brexit would hit their business, impacting on profitability and future investment in the UK.
Mazda has revealed its new Mazda3 range, which debuts later today at the Los Angeles Auto Show and will launch the brand’s new ultra-efficient compression ignition technology.
The 2019 Toyota Prius will feature a new, intelligent, electric all-wheel drive system as well as updated styling and extra tech when it launches in the UK and Europe next year.
ChargePoint has secured investment of $240m as it looks to further expand its network in Europe and North America, and expand its fleet solutions.
The majority of fleets are looking to go electric in the next 10 years, driven by rising government pressure as well as advances in technology.
Ford is to launch Active variants of its fourth-generation five-door and wagon Focus in Europe as it targets SUV and crossover customers.
Land Rover has unveiled the second-generation Range Rover Evoque, which will introduce a new platform and styling along with mild hybrid engine tech from the outset and a plug-in hybrid version in the longer …
More than a third (37%) of carmakers’ model ranges in Europe were not WLTP-homologated by mid-November, with the lack in progress resulting in the lowest October new car registrations since 2014.