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Lexus LF-Gh concept points towards new GS saloonLexus has unveiled a new concept car which is likely to develop into the next generation GS executive saloon. The LF-Gh is a hybrid saloon and made its debut at the 2011 New York Auto Show. Lexus describes the concept car as taking the idea of a 'grand tourer' a step further, delivering an inspiring drive as well as providing great comfort over long distances.Read more....Delta to lead Chrysler back into fleet marketHigh fuel efficiency and low tailpipe emissions are set to help make the next new car from Chrysler a big hit with user chooser drivers. But second-glance Italian styling promises to be the factor most likely to seal the success of the Delta in the corporate sector, believes Chrysler UK sales director Rob Hatfield.Read more....Jaguar confirms all-new 3 Series rivalJaguar is planning a dramatic drive back to the compact executive car sector with a new compact model. Two years after killing off the X-type, the revitalised sportscar manufacturer has given the go-ahead to a fresh D-segment model to intensify competition with German premium brands.Read more....Upmarket large Citroën unveiled in ShanghaiCitroën has unveiled the latest model in its upmarket DS line at the Shanghai motor show. The DS5, due for launch in the UK in 2012, will be the first Citroën model to use Hybrid4 technology, promising a diesel-electric powertrain with a combined 200bhp but achieving CO2 emissions of 99g/km.Read more....Renault announces first electric van orderSix months ahead of the vehicle's UK launch, Renault is celebrating the first of what it believes will be many deals for its electric Kangoo Van ZE (Zero Emission). Its first order, for six vans, has been placed by JCDecaux, Europe's largest 'out-of-home' advertising company.Read more....Manufacturer news

Vehicle downtimeBalfour News digestBeattyThames WaterCar RecruitmentreviewsFirst drive: Jaguar XF 2.2DJaguar will be focusing its efforts on attracting user-choosers with a sub-150g/km model this summer with a new four-cylinder version of the XF. The new engine will be offered on a facelifted version of the car due to be unveiled in April.Read more....Road test: Volkswagen SharanA year ago, you'd have been forgiven for thinking the large people carrier segment in the UK was populated almost exclusively by dinosaurs. The Ford Galaxy was new in 2006, but the other big players in the sector felt rather familiar.Read more....BMW 740dBMW's 7 Series lost out to its smaller sibling, the 5 Series, in the Fleet News Awards best boardroom car category. The 5 Series, we surmised, offers everything a director could need in a car. Which begs the question, why would anyone want the 7 Series?Read more....Seat Exeo ST 2.0 TDISeat's fleet penetration has increased significantly in recent years, thanks not just to some tax-friendly models, but the addition of the Exeo. If it's escaped you, it is basically a rebranded previous-generation Audi A4. Increasing its appeal is the addition of a diesel automatic to the range.Read more....Long-term test: Renault Laguna 2.0 dCiThe arrival of our new Renault Laguna has been the inspiration for a new guilty pleasure in the form of Renault TV. This digital TV channel (Sky Guide 883 or www.renault.tv in case you wondered) is a full television channel dedicated to all things Renault.Read more....Car reviews