Hertz orders 65,000 new EVs in five year deal with Polestar

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65,000 new EVs will be delivered to Hertz by 2027. Credit: Hertz
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65,000 new EVs will be delivered to Hertz by 2027. Credit: Hertz

Partnership will give Hertz the largest EV rental fleet in North America and one of the largest in the world

On the same day as new data was released confirming the UK saw record electric vehicle (EV) sales in March, car hire giant Hertz has announced it is set to purchase up to 65,000 EVs over the next five...

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