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Renault ends common purchasing agreement with Nissan

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-09-26

Renault is ending its common purchasing agreements with alliance partners Nissan and Mitsubishi with a view to having a more agile structure that can make decisions more quickly. …

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Volkswagen to temporarily cut production of two EV models due to weaker demand -spokesperson

Automotive Industry Reuters - 2023-09-26

Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) will suspend production of ID.3 and Cupra Born electric cars at its Zwickau and Dresden plants in Germany in the first two weeks of October due to weaker demand, a spokesperson for the carmaker said on Tu …

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Mercedes, BMW, Porsche stand to lose most in EU-China tariff row

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-09-26

The European Union's probe into Beijing's electric-vehicle subsidies is meant to protect its carmakers from a flood of cheap Chinese cars. …

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ACEA sounds alarm over cost of imminent UK-EU tariffs on EVs

Automotive Industry - 2023-09-26

A a 10% tariff is due to be placed on EU electric vehicle exports to the UK.  This, argues the ACEA, could cost EU vehicle makers €4.3bn over the next three years, and potentially reduce electric vehicle production by some 480,000 u …

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UK's fossil fuel car ban delay may only stall investment

Automotive Industry Reuters - 2023-09-25

Britain's decision to delay a ban on new fossil fuel car sales may make little difference to the pace of a shift to electric vehicles (EVs), even though the news drew anger from automakers worried about supply chains and invest …

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Every new Nissan model in Europe to be 100% electric from now

Automotive Industry Automotive Purchasing and Supply Chain - 2023-09-25

Nissan, the company which lit the spark that electrified the automotive industry, is now counting down to an all-electric line-up in Europe. …

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Autonomous Vehicle Reality Check: Widespread Adoption Remains at Least a Decade Away, according to S&P Global Mobility

Automotive Industry S&P Global Mobility - 2023-09-25

A world of self-driving vehicles and mobility-on-demand is likely to exist eventually, but for the next decade, widespread implementation of autonomous technology will not be realized, according to a new forecast from S&P Global Mobi …

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German carmakers ‘afraid’ of China retaliation, economy minister warns

Automotive Industry POLITICO - 2023-09-23

German carmakers are "afraid" that they could be hit by retaliation if the EU were to impose duties on Chinese electric vehicles as a result of a new anti-subsidy probe, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck warned. …

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Germany signals China EVs probe will have high burden of proof

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-09-22

Germany expressed its support for the European Union's anti-subsidy probe into Chinese electric vehicles while making it clear that the burden of proof will be "very high" if the investigation is to lead to concrete action. …

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VinFast to deliver EVs to Europe this year as EU probes China rivals

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-09-21

Vietnamese electric-vehicle maker VinFast plans to ship its first EVs to Europe this year after receiving regulatory approval, its CEO, Le Thi Thu Thuy, said, as the European Union considers imposing tariffs on its Chinese riva …

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