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February 19 2018

What to expect from the Geneva Motor Show 2018

It’s that time of year again and the Geneva Motor Show will soon be upon us, but what can we expect from this year’s iteration of the annual event? One of the biggest automotive shows on the planet, the Geneva Motor Show is the first event of the year, and ...

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February 09 2018

February Fleet News

Skoda drops diesel option for the Fabia supermini

With the recent hype surrounding diesel engines and how harmful they actually are to the environment; combined with a barrage of anti-diesel rhetoric in the press at the moment – it doesn’t really come as a surprise that major manufacturers are thinking ...

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February 06 2018

Audi announces it's innovative research project into renewable energy grid system

Innovative research conducted by the Audi Smart Energy Network could be the next step towards an electricity revolution. In a recently announced pilot project, the Audi Smart Energy Network will combine automobile, home and power supplies for the first time, marking a major advance for grid stability.

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January 31 2018

In the Spotlight - Fordhall Farm

Fordhall Farm is an organic livestock farm, located in the heart of North Shropshire, in the Tern Valley. As the most recent recipient of the Go Green Fund - a quarterly fund gifted to grassroots and community-led businesses by Go Green Leasing - we caught up with Charlotte Hollins to find out ...

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January 26 2018

Hyundai announces pricing and specifications for the all new i30 Fastback

The all-new Hyundai i30 Fastback has been released for general sale this month, with the pricing and specifications for the model being revealed earlier this week - OTR pricing starts at £20,305. The final model to be released as part of the i30 range, the Fastback joins the Hatchback, Tourer ...

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January 19 2018

January Fleet News

Does the UK need diesel cars to succeed in order to meet its 2021 emissions targets?


The guidelines for CO2 emissions set out by the EU may not be met by the deadline of 2021, if the uptake of diesel cars remains on the decrease. In a recent statement released ...

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January 12 2018

Sales of diesel vehicles plummeted in 2017

Consumer confusion surrounding diesel cars saw sales of the vehicles plummet in 2017. Registrations of new diesel vehicles fell by 17.1% last year, according to figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). And it has been predicted - by researchers at Aston University - that sales of ...

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January 04 2018

The best new car releases for 2018

Although 2017 passed us by in a flash, we saw a whole host of new vehicles hit the road, making it one of the most memorable years in recent motoring history. 2017 was a year full of innovation and automation, with everything from self driving vehicles being tested on UK ...

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December 22 2017

Mercedes Benz announces new pricing and specs for the new S-Class Cabriolet

The order books are open for the new S-Class Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet, following the release of pricing and specifications, earlier this month. The ultimate luxury driving experience, the price of the all new S-Class Cabriolet will start from £115,910 for the S 560 AMG line, with the Mercedes AMG S63 ...

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December 22 2017

Ford announces extension to it's scrappage scheme

The UK market leader, Ford, has announced that it will be extending its successful scrappage scheme as its sales and shares have increased over the past few weeks. The announcement has been made in the light of its November sales figures, which were released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers ...

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December 15 2017

December Fleet News

Connected cars could plug the gaps in UK’s roads


It has been announced this month that connected cars could one day spot potholes on UK roads and motorways, and automatically transmit the information to Highways England for repair. Highways England has announced that the cars of the future could improve ...

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December 08 2017

The Honda Civic Type R pulls in the praise as it wins handful of awards

The Honda Civic Type R has been gaining praise across the board as it nabs two new accolades: it scooped the ‘Best Performance Car’ in the Women’s World Car of the Year Awards, and it also bagged the BBC Top Gear Magazine Car of the Year.

 

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December 06 2017

Toyota to build world’s first megawatt-scale renewable power and hydrogen generation station

It has been announced this week that Toyota is to build the world’s first megawatt-scale renewable power and hydrogen generation station. The announcement was made at the Los Angeles Motor Show, and the new Tri Gen facility will support the company’s operations at the Port of Long Beach in California ...

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November 21 2017

Chancellor set to announce driverless car advances in Autumn statement

With the 2017 autumn statement looming, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond will address the nation on Wednesday 22 November, revealing the contents of the famous red leather box, whilst setting out a roadmap for the future of Britain’s economy. With critics of the chancellor growing amidst Brexit talks ...

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November 17 2017

In the Spotlight - Ensto

Ensto in an international family business which was founded in 1958. Specialising in smart electrical solutions to improve the safety, functionality and reliability of smart grids, buildings and transportation, we spoke to James O’Neill, UK director of Ensto UK…

 

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