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Annual Automotive Law Update

Annual Automotive Law Update

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Automotive update

Although manufacturers seem to prioritise production of EVs over other car types to meet emission targets and keep up with competitors, longer lead times may still limit the rise in registration numbers of new EVs this year. The comprehensive and rapid reorganisation of the automotive sector after 2025 will have far-reaching consequences for the entire industry and its value … Read More

UK Automotive Trade Report 2021

UK Automotive Trade Report 2021

Industry companies realize that, just like every other digital sector, they must be transformed to meet customer demands. Today’s digital trends are very impressive in the automotive industry, which is good in light of the growing appetite for digitally improved customer experience. The COVID-19 pandemic shook up the automotive industry – along with every other industry – electric vehicles were moving steadily into the spotlight. The combined annual sales of battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles tipped over the two-million-vehicle mark for the first time in 2019. This much-anticipated milestone may have become overshadowed by economic uncertainty and changed consumer priorities, but there is value in taking stock of the electric vehicle market even now. Yet another sharp drop in November’s West European diesel car sales threatens to derail the autoindustry’s obligatory efforts to comply with the EU’s tough 95g/km fleet average levels by 2021.

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