Could those who are undergoing multi-faceted recovery programmes find themselves in a stronger position as the industry rebounds? Daily Brief editor Phil Curry muses over the situation.
Neil King explores how Toyota has bucked the trend of declining revenues and deliveries in the first three months of 2020 and plans a pathway out of the coronavirus crisis.
Keeping dealerships closed is costing the UK Treasury £61 million (€68 million) a day, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has revealed.
The European Commission is reportedly drawing up a €100 billion economic and climate protection package for the transport industry.
From the start of next year, a 10% import tariff could be levied on new cars entering the UK from the EU.
Calls for scrappage schemes to help the automotive industry are increasing, with carmakers in the UK joining associations across Europe in asking for help to improve post-coronavirus (COVID-19) sales.
Coronavirus has changed the face of retail. Consumers are loading up online baskets instead of shopping trolleys. But how has automotive retail been impacted?
With lockdown measures in effect across numerous markets during April in an effort to control the COVID-19 pandemic, new-car registrations in the EU fell 76% year-on-year
In this podcast, Christof Engelskirchen, chief economist of the Autovista Group, investigates whether people will want new cars in the mobility market of the future.