Company cars remain the cleanest on the road, despite average CO2 figures for new cars reaching a five-year high.
Volkswagen has developed a new manual gearbox that promises a CO2 reduction of up to 5g/km.
Ford has revealed the new Ford Puma, a compact crossover that comes with a mild-hybrid option offering CO2 emissions from 124g/km.
European NGO Transport and Environment makes claim after EU’s environmental watchdog shows new car average emission rise.
The automotive industry could be facing a new emissions scandal as Emissions Analytics uncovers discrepancies in petrol car emissions figures.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has entered into an emissions pooling agreement with Tesla in order to avoid fines for violating new European Union emissions rules.
Average CO2 emissions from new cars were 118.5g/km in 2017, an increase of 0.4% compared to 2016.
Ford has outlined an EV strategy that encompasses mild hybrid, self-charging hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery electric solutions across its cars and vans.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is recalling 44,000 cars in the UK after regulators found 10 models were emitting more CO2 than they had been certified to emit.
Lack of clarity around Government policy towards diesel vehicles blamed for the first-ever increase in average CO2 emissions on the Fleet Alliance fleet.
Smart Fleet Cloud is a new technology that gives fleet managers real-time CO2 emissions data, to help them control their environmental impact.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLA is now available to order, with prices starting from £30,550.
The average CO2 emissions across all cars sold in Europe reached a four-year high of 120.5g/km in 2018, according to Jato Dynamics.
Safety rating organisation Euro NCAP has launched a new green car assessment programme called Green NCAP.
The majority of car manufacturers could face “significant fines” for missing their 2021 EU CO2 emissions targets, according to PA Consulting.
Companies need to change fleet policies to help drive down CO2 emissions further to combat global warming, according to Fleet Evolution.
Banning diesel could help cities achieve air quality compliance in the shortest time, but punishing the fuel too quickly could halt the development of alternatives.
Fleet operators have been especially affected by WLTP as leased vehicles reached their end of contract date but replacements were not available.
EU environment ministers have agreed a less ambitious cut to average CO2 emissions for cars and vans than hoped by the European Parliament.
Fleets have just a few weeks left before they will find out how the Government intends to mitigate the impact of WLTP on future company car tax rates.
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