The 89th Geneva International Motor Show took place (7-17th March) so we thought we would look at some of the highlights and insights into the future of fleet vehicles.
The all new Mazda CX-30 is the latest addition to the Japanese maker’s range, and it was revealed for the first time at Geneva.
Peugeot e-208 is a fully electric that will offer 200 miles (WLTP)
Kia Soul EV
Kia’s updated Soul EV will be available in 2020 with a 243 mile range.
Honda’s E is an Electric Vehicle which has been confirmed by Honda that it will go into production late 2019 priced between £25k-£30k.
This is the Polestar 2. An all electric 310 mile range currently being taken for orders (price around £50k-£60k) available in 2020. There are rumours that a Volvo variant will also be available which will be priced around £34k-£39k in 2020 too.
Skoda Vision iV
Skoda’s Vision iV concept is likely to be the platform for Skoda’s EV offering in 2020.
Citroen Ami One
Citroen’s Ami One is also an all electric car promoting the concept of ‘mobility’.
Audi Q4 etron
Audi’s Q4 etron concept will deliver a 240 mile range.
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