Europe’s car dealers continue to face COVID-19 restrictions, with dealerships in some markets currently closed, except for servicing, maintenance and repair (SMR) work and online ‘click-and-collect’.
Nissan wants its operations, and the life cycle of its products, to be carbon-neutral by 2050.
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Electrically-chargeable vehicle (EV) infrastructure developer ubitricity has been acquired by Shell, in the latest example of oil companies looking to expand their horizons beyond traditional fuels.
Autovista Group’s interactive monthly market dashboard (MMD) reveals a mixed picture of residual-value movements in January. Senior data journalist Neil King explores the analytics.
Germany has reached out to Taiwan in a bid to ease the semiconductor shortage currently causing production problems for carmakers.
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Volkswagen Group (VW) narrowly missed its EU CO2 fleet targets for 2020. The manufacturing group fell short, albeit by only 0.5 g/km
Nissan has committed to its manufacturing plant in the UK following the end of Brexit trade talks
With the development of electrically-chargeable vehicles (EVs) driving forward at a pace, range anxiety will soon be a thing of the past.