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Plant Oxford pay niggle, BMW EVs - the week

New Argo LiDAR sensor opens up AV possiblities

Kia’s transition to electrification

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Cost control boosts Honda Motor full year profit

Despite some unfavourable factors such as a decrease in demand due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of semiconductor supply...

Chip crunch to cost carmakers $110bn in lost sales

The global semiconductor shortage will cost carmakers $110bn in lost revenue in 2021, according to market analysts. The news comes as South Korea’s...

Hyundai, Samsung to collaborate on chips

Hyundai Motor Group is joining forces with consumer electronics giant Samsung Electronics and state-owned research institutes to overcome the global...

Japan sales rebound 29% in April

Japan's new vehicle market rebounded by over 29% to 349,895 units in April 2021 from weak year-earlier sales of 270,393 units, according to...

WeRide secures new funding round

WeRide, a China-based autonomous driving company, has secured Series C funding from investors including IDG Capital, Homeric Capital, CoStone Capital,...

Thyssenkrupp/HKM/Rotterdam team on hydrogen

German steel companies, Thyssenkrupp Steel and HKM, as well as the Port of Rotterdam, are jointly investigating starting international supply chains...

Plastic Omnium teams with McPhy on hydrogen

Plastic Omnium has signed a technological partnership with McPhy, a specialist in hydrogen production and distribution equipment.

FREE TO READ - Global pandemic sector recovery briefing

As we enter a recovery phase around the world, we aim to bring you the latest news and intelligence on the speed, nature and shape of the automotive sector's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hyundai Motor Group to build EVs In the US

Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) said it would spend $7.4bn in the US by 2025 to produce future EVs, enhance production...

Toyota posts Q4 profit surge on lower costs

Toyota has posted a surge to profit in the fourth quarter on the back of lower costs, despite lower profits for the...

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Plant Oxford pay niggle, BMW EVs, Nissan red ink - the week

Trouble at BMW Plant Oxford this week. The Unite union claimed workers at the factory, which produces the Mini, were being threatened with being unpaid as a result of the company's refusal to use the furlough scheme to cover wages during the ongoing COVID-related semiconductor stoppages.

Interior design and technology – Peugeot 508

With its sharp looks and muscular road stance, the Peugeot 508 further distinguishes itself with a finely fashioned...

West Europe vehicle market still reeling from pandemic

Preliminary light vehicle sales figures compiled by GlobalData for West Europe show the market posted a 278.9%...

New Range Rover Sport D350 - best in class diesel?

Some cars become longer-lasting than expected and even seem to have more appeal in their latter years. Examples include...

New Argo LiDAR sensor opens up the highway to self-driving cars

Argo AI, the US-based self-driving vehicle developer has revealed a new self-designed LiDAR sensor. The sensor should give Argo’s autonomous vehicles (AVs) an edge over the competition and enable them to see further and with more accuracy than ever before.

BMW future models - M cars and SUVs for the 2020s

One of the most profitable parts of BMW AG is soon to undergo fundamental change. M GmbH has been set the challenge of...

BMW i - future electric cars and SUVs

Eight years ago next month BMW began manufacturing its first electric car. The i3 is not only still in production but...

Genesis starts in Europe

This summer Hyundai’s premium brand, Genesis, finally launches in Europe after a series of false starts over the years....

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Semiconductor shortages hit automotive output

As vehicle production volumes rise again, OEMs are reporting supply bottlenecks for critical semiconductors - with the...

Virtual CES 2021

In 2021, CES went virtual. Nevertheless, OEMs and Tier 1s announced many vehicle and technology innovations online. Our...

Perspectives on 2020 - views from around the auto industry

In these extraordinary times, we have reached out to parts of the global auto industry for perspectives on current...

COVID-19 hits the auto industry

The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak is causing disruption in China (especially Hubei province) with knock-on impacts on...

Latest interviews


Recycling green parts - Q&A with Synetiq

As electric vehicles (EVs) become more popular, what will happen to all those dead lithium-ion batteries once they are...

Kia’s transition to electrification

This year is a significant one for Kia as it gears itself up to launch the new EV6 crossover. While existing models such...

Virtual trends in the automotive industry - Q&A with Epic Games

Games technology has been credited with "turning the automotive industry upside down". To find out...

Beyond driver monitoring – Q&A with Cipia

Regulation is driving demand for driver monitoring system (DMS) across Europe. In pushing back the...

INTERVIEW - Audi board member Hildegard Wortmann

Audi AG's Member of the Board of Management for Sales and Marketing, Hildegard Wortmann, began her...

Thought leaders


Webinar on-demand: Next Generation Design for the Automotive industry

The automotive industry is changing faster than ever, with electrification, connectivity autonomous driving, and lightweight construction combining to do away with old design...

Webinar on-demand - Interiors with Instincts: 3D Imaging Radar for In-Car Sensing

Safety, innovation and scalability are all key factors in designing intelligent interiors.

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Hybrid and Electric Cars in United Kingdom

Hybrid and Electric Cars in United Kingdom

Hybrid and Electric Cars in the United Kingdom industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value and volume 2015-19, and forecast to 2024). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market... Read more

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Global electric and hybrid light vehicles market - forecasts to 2034

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Electric Vehicle Batteries - Thematic Research

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