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Details of Honda’s forthcoming first electric car, the Honda e, have been revealed including battery capacity and charge rate.
Volvo and Uber have unveiled a fully autonomous production XC90 that could be used to provide autonomous ridesharing services in the future.
BMW has unveiled the new 3 Series Touring, which has been designed to offer increased interior space, improved handling and also heralds the model’s first plug-in hybrid.
Hyundai is exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) injury analysis could be used to shape future vehicle safety systems, enabling assessment of required medical response in as little as seven seconds in the event of …
Renault and Nissan have opened an Innovation Lab in Tel Aviv, which will explore future mobility solutions.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding its SUV line-up with a new compact model to bring a rival to the Audi Q3.
Kia has provided its latest teaser on its forthcoming XCeed urban crossover, which it says will feature a 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster when it launches later this year.
Toyota is accelerating its electric vehicle plans as it also announces a partnership with Subaru to develop a joint EV platform.
Lexus is offering a new online subscription service that enables drivers to sign up for models on a monthly basis.
Free2Move, PSA’s mobility brand, has expanded into offering a short-term car hire service, building its existing leasing service.
Renault has updated its Koleos with two new diesel engines, revised styling and upgraded technology.
20 years after the debut of the original, the fourth generation Audi A6 Avant allroad has made its debut.
Mazda has released key economy information on its long-awaited Skyactiv-X engine – that benefits from diesel-like compression ignition in a petrol engine, leading to reduced fuel consumption and low CO2.
The 205-mile range new electric Opel Corsa-e is now available for pre-order, priced from €29,900.
Ford has begun a consultation on the closure of its Bridgend engine plant in Wales, which could close by September 2020, risking the loss of 1,700 jobs.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says it’s pulled out of merger talks with Renault just a week after submitting a proposal as it blames French politics.
Virtuo, the mobile-only car rental service, has launched for the first time in Spain with the opening of five locations in Barcelona.
Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group have confirmed a collaboration between the two companies to deveop the next generation of electric drive units (EDU).
Kia has teased a first image of its forthcoming XCeed ‘urban crossover’, due to be revealed in full on 26 June.
Hyundai is adding a petrol-electric hybrid model to the Kona line-up, bringing CO2 emissions from 90g/km.
In the interest of safer roads for all, Volvo Cars has joined forces with other car makers, service providers and national governments in a ground-breaking, pan-European pilot project to share traffic safety data generated …
Arval is replacing its former Corporate Vehicle Observatory research platform with a new Mobility Observatory initiative to provide a comprehensive insight into the changing world of mobility.
SEAT’s electric offensive has begun with the Mii electric – a Volkswagen e-up! based car – with a WLTP stated range of 260km per charge.
Car rental services from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands are now available in Sweden, with the official opening of Enterprise Holdings’ first location in the country.
INRIX has launched a new traffic solution said to bring the most precise and actionable traffic information to date thanks to the use of artificial intelligence.
Daimler’s mytaxi ride-hailing app is rebranding as Free Now under the BMW and Daimler mobility joint venture.
ALD has finalised its acquisition of SternLease BV, the leasing arm of Dutch dealer group Stern Group for an undisclosed amount.
In line with previous announcements made on 28 March 2019, ALD has confirmed changes to its board of directors following resolutions approved at its shareholder meeting held on 22 May 2019.