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Nissan searching for third CEO in 3 years11. September
Nissan is looking for its third CEO in as many years. Following the resignation of Hiroto Saikawa after a scandal over pay, the Japanese automaker’s board needs to find...
Automakers urge Brexit delay rather than no-deal exit10. September
Britain should delay Brexit beyond Oct. 31 rather than leave the European Union without a deal, which would be particularly harmful to large automakers, the head of the sector’s...
Battery-powered models to dominate in Frankfurt9. September
The Frankfurt auto show will see debuts of key electric vehicles such as Porsche’s first series production EV, the Taycan, and Volkswagen’s mass-market battery-powered hatchback, the ID3.
Italy's August car sales drop to 3%6. September
Sales of new vehicles in Italy declined 3.1 percent in August to 88,939 units, according to the country’s Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport.
Škoda DigiLab launches eScooter sharing in Prague5. September
ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab launches an eScooter sharing service, BeRider, in Prague. BeRider is now beginning its pilot phase.
VW's authority had epic success and scandals3. September
The brilliant but ruthless billionaire died Sunday, Aug. 25, at age 82 for reasons believed to be natural, after collapsing while dining at a restaurant. Where he will be...
Toyota will halt UK production for a day following Brexit2. September
Toyota will not build cars at its factory in England, the day after Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union as the automaker looks to avoid disruption from...
Porsche mourns the death of Ferdinand Piëch29. August
Ferdinand Piëch, former Member of the Supervisory Board of Porsche AG, died on 25 August 2019 at the age of 82.
German car-rental company cancels Tesla order28. August
Stefan Moeller began this year with an ambitious target: to make his car-rental company Nextmove the biggest Tesla customer in Germany by adding 100 Model 3s to its fleet.
Porsche invests in Israeli start-up TriEye22. August
Porsche has acquired a minority stake in the Israeli start-up, TriEye. The newly established company has developed a sensor technology for short-wave infrared (SWIR).
Slovakia's car-reliant economy slows16. August
Slovakia’s economy, dominated by automakers including Volkswagen Group, PSA Group, Kia and Jaguar Land Rover, slowed unexpectedly in the second quarter when it expanded by 1.9 percent, down from...
FCA will avoid EU CO2 fines in 201912. August
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Mike Manley said the automaker will not have to pay fines for failing to comply with tougher European CO2 regulations in 2019 and 2020.
German sales rise 5% in July 20195. August
New-car sales in Germany rose 4.7 percent in July, boosted by demand at Land Rover, Lexus and BMW. Overall registrations were 332,788 for the month, according to data released...
Ford, BMW execs warn on no-deal Brexit risks1. August
Ford warned on Thursday that the chances of a no-deal Brexit have risen in the last few months as new Prime Minister Boris Johnson ramps up preparations for a...
Ex-Audi CEO Stadler charged over his role in emissions scandal31. July
German prosecutors said on Wednesday they had filed charges against former Audi CEO Rupert Stadler, who is being investigated for his role in Volkswagen Group’s diesel-emissions cheating scandal.
Nissan will cut 12,500 jobs worldwide25. July
Nissan Motor Co. CEO Hiroto Saikawa will slash some 12,500 jobs worldwide as part of new plan to revive the company after reporting a 99 percent plunge in operating...
Ghosn sues Nissan-Mitsubishi for $17M24. July
Carlos Ghosn has launched a court case in the Netherlands against Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors, who ousted him as chairman of their alliance last year on charges of...
Volvo recalls 507,000 vehicles globally23. July
Volvo is recalling 507,000 vehicles worldwide because of a faulty engine component that, in extreme cases, could result in a fire. Volvo said its own investigations have identified that...
Volkswagen picks Turkey for new factory22. July
Volkswagen Group will build a multi-brand plant in Turkey, according to Automobilwoche, a sister publication of Automotive News Europe.
BMW prepares to pick new CEO18. July
BMW’s supervisory board will discuss new leadership at the automaker’s U.S. plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina, later on Thursday, and is expected to name Oliver Zipse as its new...
European car sales fall 8% in June17. July
European new-car sales fell 7.9 percent in June, with big declines for Nissan, Volvo, Honda and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
VW ends Beetle production in Mexico to make room for SUV12. July
Volkswagen rolled the last Beetle off the assembly line on Wednesday, the end of the road for a car that ran from Nazi Germany through hippie counterculture but failed...
VW, Ford deepen ties with deal on EV, AV tech12. July
Volkswagen Group and Ford Motor Co. are expanding their budding alliance to collaborate on development of electric and autonomous vehicles, with the German automaker investing $2.6 billion in cash...
BMW has moved some engine output from UK due to Brexit10. July
BMW has moved some engine output from Britain due to Brexit in a further sign of the decisions companies are having to take to handle uncertainty over the UK’s...