Brexit concerns persist for the auto sector

ACEA/CLEPA urge negotiators to avert worst-case Brexit

Ahead of this evening's EU Brexit summit, Europe's auto manufacturers and suppliers have come together to issue a stark warning…

Ford warns that ‘hard Brexit is a red line’

As the UK government and EU struggle to find agreement on the terms of the UK's exit from the EU…

Nissan UK postpones pay talks until ‘Brexit clarity’

Nissan, which operates Britain's biggest car factory in Sunderland, northeast England, reportedly has delayed the start of pay talks with…

SMMT launches ‘Brexit readiness programme’ for SMEs

The UK's automotive trade association, the SMMT, has launched a 'Brexit Readiness Programme' to help the UK auto industry prepare…

Paris interview – CLEPA president Roberto Vavassori

Roberto Vavassori was elected CLEPA president, taking office in January, 2016 and is also a board member of brake supplier,…

Faurecia agile enough to cope with Brexit needs – CEO

Faurecia says it will adapt to what its customers want as the UK prepares to leave the European Union (EU)…

Nissan chimes in to UK auto Brexit concerns

Nissan has added its weight to recently expressed UK automotive sector concerns over new trade arrangements that could add tariffs…

Paris – Toyota plans for UK plants Brexit

Toyota has already put plans into place to maximise efficiencies at its UK plant ahead of any Brexit deal, good…

Paris – Bad Brexit ‘could cost JLR GBP1.2bn’

The impact of a bad Brexit deal could hit Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) to the tune of GBP1.2bn (US$1.5bn)…

Carmakers have Brexit contingency plans – report

Carmakers in Britain have triggered some Brexit contingency plans, such as certifying models in the EU, and are working on…