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Analysis: Fleet industry worried about digital upgrades

Digital technology is rapidly becoming a new area of innovation for car makers that continue to push the envelope with what is possible. One innovation is remote, over-the-air upgrades, where drivers...
Fisker to target fleets with direct approach

Analysis: Fisker to target fleets with direct approach

American electric vehicle start-up Fisker is targeting fleet sales when it enters the UK market late next year with its Ocean SUV. In an exclusive interview with Company Car Today, founder, chairman...
Car to car communication 2020

Analysis: Car-to-Car warnings

Cars that can warn the driver about evolving incidents or approaching emergency service vehicles might sound a little futuristic, but they are already becoming a reality. Systems capable of offering a...
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Analysis: Reversing into a safer parking policy

Businesses looking to cut costs often overlook parking within their company car guidance. However, in these times it’s worth looking at all aspects of a fleet policy to make savings. With 20% of car...
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Analysis: The only way is down (for CO2)

CO2 targets may not be front of mind at the moment but they’re still in place, with new tougher targets from the EU for this year and set to be mirrored in the UK in 2021. Fleets and car manufacturer...
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Analysis: Fleets central to EV growth

Fleets transitioning to electric power was a key topic at Move, one of the UK’s largest annual mobility conferences. Combining electric vehicles with a salary-sacrifice scheme is a “no-brainer” acco...
Citroen Ami 2020

Citroen reveals bold baby EV

Citroen’s new fully electric Ami, with its low pricing proposition and basic but functional approach to transport, is both bold and traditional in its approach. The looks alone are a departure, ev...
Ford Mustang Mach-e 2020

Ford’s evolving electric plans

Ford is far from first to the electric, or electrified, vehicle market, but the brand is now doing its best to make plenty of noise about its plug-in plans. Leading the brand’s foray into fully ele...