Fleet Sustainability Blog

The Green Journey cuts through the fog of confusion around fleet sustainability, providing fleet managers and operators with a clear roadmap for reducing emissions and costs.

Plug-in hybrids to ‘play crucial role’ in Road to Zero

Plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) could play a crucial role in the government’s ongoing drive to reduce vehicle emissions. Mitsubishi Motors UK has claimed the PHEV sector may hold the key to delivering the government’s ambitious Road to Zero strategy in…

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Honda confirms hybrid power for all-new Jazz and Honda e

Honda has announced a major upgrade to its all-new Jazz, with the model to feature a hybrid powertrain option in 2019. Meanwhile, the manufacturer has also revealed its first full-electric model will come to market this year – the Honda…

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Hyundai announces IONIQ design enhancement

Hyundai has announced a major design upgrade for its popular IONIQ model. The manufacturer is offering a range of connectivity, safety and driver assist enhancements for 2019. A host of new features to impress “Our new IONIQ models build on…

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Jaguar I-PACE named World Green Car 2019

Jaguar’s I-PACE has made waves at this year’s New York International Auto Show, being named the 2019 World Green Car in the World Car Awards. The model was chosen from an 11-strong shortlist, with this year’s three finalists being the…

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Sustainability award for Volvo highlights reuse of plastics

Volvo Cars has won a prestigious prize at this year’s Plastics Recycling Awards Europe for its XC60 T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid SUV. The car was named winner in the inaugural Automotive, Electrical or Electronic Product of the Year category….

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