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Toyota to Provide EVs, Autonomous Vehicles for 2020 Tokyo Games

The fleet will feature about 500 fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and 850 battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and showcase Toyota’s new models and concepts, such as the Toyota concept-i, which will demonstrate Level 4 autonomous driving around Olympic venues.

Mercedes-Benz Unveils All-Electric Minivan

Mercedes-Benz Vans battery-electric Concept EQV van can travel up to 250 miles on a single charge. The van makes its debut at this year’s IAA in Hannover, Germany in September.

Doering Fleet Names Berger President

Doering Fleet Management has named Adam Berger its president and has opened offices in two states, the Brookfield, Wis.-based leasing company has announced.

EVgo, Electrify America Sign Roaming Agreement

Electrify America and EVgo announced an interoperability agreement that allows drivers to charge their EVs on both EVgo and Electrify America public chargers without additional fees

Chevrolet Bolt EV Adds 9% More Range

Chevrolet's 2020 Bolt EV will arrive with 259 miles of maximum range with a full charge, which is an 8.8% increase from the outgoing model's 238 miles of overall range, the company announced.

Consumers Downplay Autonomous, Electric Cars

The firm’s 2019 Mobility Confidence Index Study found that consumers lack comfort about riding in and being on the road with self-driving vehicles and they still have concerns over charging infrastructure and affordability of electric cars.

EV Battery Development to Drive Adoption

Overall vehicle costs and perceptions of battery lifespan regarding battery-electric vehicles are some of the biggest barriers to EV adoption for dealers and consumers according to a report by Cox Automotive on the path to EV adoption, which also reflects trending fleet perceptions of the segment.