Škoda’s first-ever Octavia plug-in hybrid is to open for orders next week, priced from £30,795 OTR and available in hatch and estate forms.
The Fiat 500 has been reinvented as an electric city car for 2021, focused on providing affordable e-mobility and priced from £19,995 (incl. PiCG).
Failure to strike an EU trade deal would increase the price of electric vehicles, potentially reducing demand by 20% and undermining the UK’s progress on Net Zero, according to the auto sector.
The new EV Fleet World Digital Magazine is now available for operators, providing latest news, features and road tests on electric vehicles.
Fleet software specialist Bynx has released its latest software version, further supporting fleets with vehicle management and also helping with the transition to electric vehicles.
BMW Group has announced a recall of its plug-in hybrid vehicles due to a potential risk of a battery fire.
A new web-based automated AI tool is now available from Teletrac Navman to give fleets detailed insights of where they can deploy electric vehicles.
Volkswagen’s newly launched ID.3 electric hatch has scored a top five-star rating from Euro NCAP, reinforcing its safety credentials.
The Government should provide company car Benefit-in-Kind tax tables to 2030 if it adopts this date as its new electrification target.
Suzuki has confirmed details of its new ‘Across’ plug-in hybrid SUV, arriving this autumn as a rebadged version of the Toyota RAV4 PHEV and with CO2 of 22g/km.
The coronavirus pandemic will not stop the move to electric vehicles for the majority of fleets, but more help is needed from suppliers.
Groupe Renault has accelerated its plans for electrified models with the reveal of two new pure electric vehicles and an expanded hybrid range.
A further four car charging networks have joined Octopus Energy’s Electric Juice Network (EJN) in the UK, taking its total to over 1,000 chargers.
Concerns that the UK’s supply of electric vehicles could be jeopardised post-Brexit transition have been abated with the announcement of new carbon emissions targets from the Government.
Nissan has reported high levels of new and used demand for its Leaf electric vehicle for fleets, helping to support strong residual values.
Automotive brand Lynk & Co has reported an overwhelming response to the launch of its new mobility membership in Europe.
Fast-expanding car subscriptions firm Drover is to ramp up its electric vehicle proposition with the help of new funding.
Volkswagen has revealed details of pricing and specs for its ID.3 electric hatch range, which starts from under £30k (incl. PiCG).
BMW Group UK has partnered with Off Grid Energy to provide a new home for old batteries from its electrified cars.
Fleet and private driver demand for electric vehicles may be fast-rising but supply could “run out” without new UK-specific CO2 legislation.