Allianz Insurance is transitioning its fleet away from diesel to hybrid power, after securing a fleet deal with Toyota and Lexus Fleet Services.
Carmakers insist that lead times and the availability of parts for the aftermarket are not being impacted by the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19).
BMW has retained its title as Fleet Manufacturer of the Year for the second year running, taking its trophy haul to four at this year’s Fleet News Awards.
Skoda’s Superb remains unbeaten in the Best Upper Medium Car category for the fifth consecutive year.
Inchcape Fleet Solutions (IFS) is to rebrand as Kinto, the new mobility brand launched by Toyota earlier this year.
Toyota plans to deploy advanced self-driving features in commercial services before adding them to personal cars.
The Toyota Corolla has received a series of upgrades and new model versions for 2020, becoming exclusively a hybrid range in the UK.
Lexus has announced new grades, equipment features and a special version of the IS F Sport to take its RX luxury SUV and IS executive sport saloon into 2020.
Toyota has confirmed a plug-in hybrid version of the Rav4 SUV will be available in the second half of 2020.
Toyota C-HR crossover becomes an all-hybrid range with a choice of upgraded 1.8 and new 2.0-litre ‘self-charging’ hybrid powertrains.
Companies from the automotive and computing industries have formed a new consortium to develop a common computing platform for autonomous vehicles.
New three-cylinder engine promises lower CO2 emissions and improved fuel economy.
Toyota will showcase it’s next-generation hydrogen-powered Mirai at the 2019 Tokyo motor show.
Inchcape has agreed to sell its UK vehicle fleet management and fleet funding division Inchcape Fleet Solutions (IFS) to Toyota for £100m.
New electric SUVS ordered to help doctors, carers and nurses at DHU Health Care.
Revised C-HR range features new 182bhp hybrid, new multimedia and uprated ride and handling.
Topps Private Hire has taken delivery the first of eight new Lexus ES hybrids to its fleet of prestige vehicles for its premium service.
One of Europe’s leading kitchen specialists, Nobia, is adding Toyota self-charging hybrids to its UK fleet.
Toyota Motor Corporation and Suzuki Motor Corporation have agreed to buy stakes in each other in order to establish a long-term partnership.
Brussels test programme follows successful simulations and trials on closed circuits and public road tests in Japan and the USA.
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