Volta Trucks is accelerating the roll-out of its purpose-built battery-electric trucks in Europe. When will we see them in the U.S.?
Stellantis, the merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Groupe PSA, will “embrace electrification, connectivity, autonomous driving, and shared ownership,” the company said.
Volvo Trucks has started selling its Volvo FL and Volvo FE electric trucks within select markets within Europe, the company announced.
Electrify Canada has opened its first electric vehicle charging station in Ontario, Canada, which is also its first in the country.
LeasePlan published an open letter urging European Commission policymakers to implement 1 million charging stations by 2025 to meet the demand of electric driving in the country.
BP and Didi Chuxing (DiDi) formed a new joint venture to build electric vehicle charging infrastructure in China, and plans to later consider delving in other fleet services in the future.
BYD Company Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corp. signed an agreement for the joint development of battery-electric vehicles that will be released in China.
AstraZeneca is transitioning 16,000 vehicles in its global fleet to battery-electric assets following the company's move to join the EV100.
Scania's new NXT electric, self-driving concept vehicle can be quickly reconfigured to meet changing fleet needs in the course of a single work day. It can be a commuter bus in the morning and evening, for example, and a refuse truck overnight.
Logistics service provider DB Schenker and Fuso, a Daimler Trucks brand, are expanding their partnership to bring more fully electric cabovers into European cities to support last-mile deliveries.
Europcar Mobility Group U.K. is adding 100 Citroën Berlingo Electric vans into its fleet due to increasing interest in zero-emission vehicles for last mile deliveries and van fleets in areas of the United Kingdom.
The bond, which is used for climate and environmental projects, was issued in an effort to fund LeasePlan’s sustainability strategy to achieve net zero emissions from its total fleet by 2030.
An Australian battery-electric vehicle company is preparing to launch commercial vehicles in the U.S., which it will initiate with the showcase of two of its trucks at the upcoming Work Truck Show.
LeasePlan Netherlands has partnered with a Dutch scale up company for the development of an electric solar-powered car, which the fleet management company will have available to lease, making it accessible to a broader corporate target group.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV will be available for the first time in Brazil beginning in 2019 with a starting price of approximately $12,799.
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