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National postal companies Swiss Post and Austrian Post have pledged to go fully electric on their delivery fleets by 2030.
Renault is expecting to gradually phase out diesel engines from the new Clio, predicting demand for its new hybrid system could be as high as diesel was in some European markets.
LeasePlan has issued its first-ever Green Bond to help it accelerate the numbers of fully electric vehicles on its fleet.
Jaguar is launching an updated XE with a revised interior and exterior as well as a diesel variant compliant with the stringent RDE2 NOx emissions limit.
Volvo is to impose a 180kph (112mph) maximum top speed on all new models from 2020 to help reduce the dangers from speeding.
Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations has updated its armoured Range Rover Sentinel with more power and increased occupant protection.
Sixt customers are now able to book Addison Lee Group’s mobility services through the Sixt app.
BMW and Daimler have announced more details on the tie-up of their car sharing businesses as the two carmakers join mobility forces.
Nissan is readying a range of ‘electrified’ SUVs, including a standalone battery-electric model, following strong demand for its second-generation Leaf.
A new eco rating system has launched for new cars to highlight the least and most polluting new cars on the market, drawing on the well-known Euro NCAP star system.
Seat has given an insight into its inaugural electric car with a preview of its El-Born concept.
Tesla is switching to an online-only global sales model, ahead of the launch of the $35,000 entry-level Model 3.
Automotive research specialist APD Global Research has appointed a new managing director for the UK as it also reports record results for 2018.
The Jaguar I-Pace has scooped the UK Car of the Year accolade for 2019 after defeating 11 other class winners to take the top title.
Škoda has taken off the wraps from its forthcoming Kamiq urban crossover, which joins the larger Karoq and Kodiaq in the brand’s SUV line-up.
Sixt has launched a new app that brings together all of its mobility solutions onto one platform.
Polestar has revealed its Polestar 2 five-door fastback, which launches next year to bring a rival to the Tesla Model 3.
BMW Group and Daimler are to jointly develop technologies for driver assistance systems and semi-autonomous driving – with the first technologies to be widely available by the mid-2020s.
Fleets and policymakers can now access at-a-glance information about vehicles’ NOx emissions in urban use, aimed at helping cities with poor air quality to meet legal limits as quickly as possible.
Euro NCAP has published its first test results for 2019, which brought five-star ratings for the Seat Tarraco, Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Honda CR-V SUVs.
Volkswagen is launching a Jetta sub-brand in China as it looks to target young Chinese drivers looking for value for money.
ALD Automotive and Nordea Finance are increasing their collaboration under the NF Fleet brand as they look to address an increased focus on mobility from both SMEs and private individuals in Denmark, Finland, Norway and …
Technology solutions specialist CalAmp has acquired Tracker in the UK and Car Track in Mexico to expand its global portfolio for connected vehicle and asset tracking solutions.
The majority (66%) of small businesses globally expect their fleet to be fully electric within the next 20 years while 50% expect to reach this benchmark in the next decade.
Ford drivers in Europe and North America are now able to use what3words location technology to provide precise voice-activated navigation through Ford’s SYNC3 infotainment platform.
Volvo has updated the XC90 with revisions including new active safety technology and the introduction of a mild hybrid system.
Europcar Mobility Group has acquired its Europcar Finland and Europcar Norway franchisees, expanding its corporate network to 20 countries.
ALD Automotive has announced that it has entered into exclusive discussions with Stern Group with a view to acquiring SternLease BV while the two parties are also discussing a distribution agreement. SternLease BV is …
Roads across the EU will be subject to minimum road infrastructure standards, in what’s being called a significant boost for road safety.
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has responded to yesterday’s (21 February) vote on new vehicle safety equipment, broadly welcoming the move but expressing concerns over lead times.~