Suzuki is expanding its model range with the new Across SUV, based on the Toyota Rav4.
Fleet and business new car registrations show signs of recovery, but private demand is far greater, new figures from SMMT show.
NewMotion has agreed a deal to provide charge points for Alphabet drivers and customers both at home and in the workplace.
New regulations allowing trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on July 4, 2020, transport minister Rachel Maclean has announced.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps to speak at the LowCVP Annual Conference 2020 on July 15.
Citroen has taken the wraps of its new C4 and electric e-C4 compact hatchbacks, which will go on sale in the autumn.
The offer applies to every plug-in hybrid model in the Volvo range, from the XC40 premium compact SUV to the XC90.
Diesel and unleaded new car registrations in Europe decreased by 59% and 52% respectively in May, new figures from Jato Dynamics suggest.
Engie has agreed a deal to provide electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities across Biffa’s UK sites.
Kia has extended the e-Niro model line-up with three trim levels and the option of a smaller, cheaper battery.
The clustering of electric vehicles may already be more common than many people expect, a Vehicle to Grid (V2G) trial suggests.
The June digital edition of Fleet News is now available to read, packed with useful and insightful content for fleet decision-makers, fleet influencers and suppliers and manufacturers.
Ford and its consortium partners have received government backing for the introduction of 5G connectivity to speed up electric vehicle manufacturing.
Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) should be increased on the most polluting cars to encourage the switch to cleaner fuels, says Committee on Climate Change.
Hyundai has slashed the lead times on its popular Kona EV model to just a few days, following a ramp-up in production.
By James McKemey, head of insights at Pod Point explores whether the coronavirus could deliver a tipping point for fleet electrification.
Two-thirds of fleet managers says that sustainability remains as important to their business as it was before the pandemic, according to a Lex Autolease poll.
Developers of the next generation of electric cars and vans have received a share of £73.5 million Government funding.
Ford has made a range of connected vehicle services complimentary to customers, enabling drivers to control and monitor key features from their smartphone.
A third of employees working in the auto industry are still on furlough and up to one in six jobs are at risk as a result of Covid-19.
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