A pan-European survey carried out by Autovista Group has revealed how firms within the automotive industry are reacting to the impact of coronavirus.
As European trade unions and automotive bodies call for an ‘ambitious recovery plan’ to support workers in the economic turmoil, carmakers are already taking the difficult decision to cut jobs.
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The Daily Brief's Tom Geggus, Phil Curry and Neil King discuss how coronavirus has impacted the world of automotive sales.
The new Hyundai i10 is an attractive city car, displaying a rejuvenated, modern and dynamic design. The price of the latest generation has increased but so too has the equipment... read more →
Amazon is reportedly in advanced talks to buy the self-driving technology company Zoox. This would be the online giant’s first purchase of an autonomous start-up according to the Financial Times.
French president Emmanuel Macron has announced an €8 billion plan to revive the country’s automotive industry.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that dealerships in the UK will be able to open from 1 June as the county eases its lockdown restrictions further.
Ana Gutierrez, head of production at Autovista Group in Madrid, and her team, consider which factors influence residual values in this the first of a series of articles.
The likelihood of a UK gigafactory has moved a step closer after two battery startups signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to create and expand an onshore manufacturing... read more →