The Volkswagen Group has taken over BlackBerry's European research and development centre in Bochum, Germany as it looks to expand its expertise in vehicle connectivity.
Mercedes-Benz Fleet has launched a new tool which enables fleet managers and company car drivers to compare any Mercedes-Benz model with the three nearest like-for-like competitors, or any vehicle they choose.
Volvo Cars has joined the Open Automotive Alliance to make the Android smartphone platform available to drivers through its new user interface.
Ford has revealed the production version of the Edge SUV that will go on sale in Europe in 2015.
Toyota has revealed the exterior design of its hydrogen-powered Fuel Cell Sedan, following the car’s appearance in concept form at motor shows since October 2013.
Peugeot plans to halve the number of models in its line-up, from 26 to 13, over the next few years as part of a new strategy to move the brand upmarket and focus on profitable channels.
Birmingham City Council has launched a six-month trial of the Nissan Leaf to widen its fleet of ‘green’ vehicles.
Volkswagen is now fitting DAB radio and electronic stability control as standard to its entire car range.
Mini is seeking to boost its share of the small car market in the fleet sector with the first five-door version of the Mini hatchback, which is now available to order.
May's registration figures mark the longest ever period of sustained growth in the new car market.
Mini has confirmed a five-door version of its hatchback model will go on sale later this year.
Nick Andrews, head of fleet at Mercedes-Benz Cars UK, will be taking up a new role as fleet and remarketing director.
Volvo is the latest car manufacturer to extend the PR campaign of a new model by revealing only the interior of the new XC90.
The new Lexus NX mid-size crossover will be priced between £29,495 and £42,995 when it goes on sale in the UK in October.
Volkswagen has revealed the first technical details of the all-new Passat Saloon and Estate, ahead of the cars' unveiling in July and their public premiere at the Paris Motor Show in October.
Audi has refreshed its A7 Sportback range with a new 60mpg V6 TDI ultra model, new engine configurations, new transmissions, new headlights and tail lights and upgraded infotainment systems.
Nissan will drive back to the future later this year when it mounts a fresh challenge to Ford and Vauxhall with a new mid-size hatchback model range.
A fresh approach to the corporate car market has paved the way for Suzuki to more than triple its fleet sector sales in two years.
Kia is recalling 5,787 Sportage and 1,432 Soul models in the UK to check a possible fault with the vehicle’s seat-belt pre-tensioner.
Momentum swung back to fleet and business registrations in April as private buyers showed a modest increase, according to data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
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