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ChargePoint and EVBox have made major commitments to ramp up their electric vehicle charge point networks by 2025 to help drive EV take-up.
Business travellers can now access the Sixt Mydriver and Sixt Limousine services through the KDS Neo booking system.
The true fleet market in the Netherlands put in a stellar performance in August, with forthcoming WLTP taxation helping to drive the increase.
Daimler is to take a 20% stake in the Heycar used car platform launched by VW Financial Services AG in October 2017.
Paul Walsh has joined Abax as chief technology officer as the firm continues to drive plans to become the leading provider in the connected tech industry.
DS, Groupe PSA’s premium car brand, is entering the electric market with it’s long awaited DS3 replacement, the DS3 Crossback.
Audi has launched a premium charging service for its E-Tron electric SUV ahead of the model’s official launch next week.
August brought the highest growth so far this year for the UK new car market, helped by a strong true fleet performance.
Kia has revealed its 2019 ProCeed model, which features a five-door ‘shooting brake’ estate bodystyle for increased practicality.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the new X5-rivalling GLE SUV ahead of its launch next spring.
Payment platform specialist Passport is to help drive mobility developments in the UK as it expands its presence.
PSA subsidiary Free2Move Lease has appointed Mark Pickles as commercial director.
Ford’s S-Max and Galaxy MPVs have been updated to feature new engines and technologies.
Polestar, Volvo Car Group’s performance subsidiary, has appointed Mike Whittington as vice president, global sales operations.
Citroën has given an insight into the forthcoming C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid with a preview of the concept model that will debut at the Paris Motor Show.
Renault has previewed its facelifted Kadjar, which introduces new and revised engines as well as updated design.
LEVC (formerly the London Taxi Company) is due to start trials of its range-extended electric van in the second half of 2019.
The UK Prime Minister is earmarking a £106m (€119m) funding package to help drive an “ambitious mission” for the UK to become world leader in low-emission technology.
Alphabet has teamed up with Hedef Filo to launch into Turkey.
Rüdiger Ebel has assumed the position of chief sales officer at Alphabet International.
APD Global Research has partnered with Feefo to increase service excellence visibility for its clients.
BMW will launch a plug-in hybrid X5 next year, designed to do a higher percentage of driving on battery power than its predecessor, and previewing technology likely to go into other model lines.
Maxus is to launch a line-up of large electric vans at the IAA Hannover this month, as part of parent company SAIC Motor’s plans to extend its brands’ reach across Europe.
Volvo has unveiled a new autonomous concept that it says could radically change the way people commute, including replacing domestic air travel.
Frankfurt is to become the fifth major German city to instate a diesel ban following a court ruling.
Mercedes-Benz is to launch a long-range, high-performance electric SUV next year, rivalling the Jaguar I-Pace, Audi E-Tron and Tesla Model X.
Audi has started production of the e-tron electric SUV at its factory in Brussels, ahead of the first deliveries due by the end of the year.
Toyota has previewed the forthcoming Corolla Touring Sports, ahead of its debut at the Paris Motor Show this autumn.
Electric vehicle charging equipment manufacturer Wallbox is expanding into the UK as it puts the focus on advanced technology that takes into account future charging needs while simplifying the charging process.
UK temperature-controlled bodybuilder Paneltex is to take the wraps off three new temperature-controlled bodies at this month’s IAA exhibition as it highlights its latest developments for the internet shopping, home delivery and urban logistic …