Tag : ACEA
New car registrations in the EU put in a mixed performance over the summer, with demand up in July but down in August following last year’s … Read More »
Europe’s electric charging network is failing to keep pace with the development needed to facilitate EV take-up by 2030 – putting compliance with “extremely ambitious” CO2 … Read More »
New car demand in the European Union continued to struggle in the first half of 2019, with registrations down 3.1%.
Average new car CO2 emissions rose in 2017, putting carmakers further away from their 2021 targets.
Latest-generation diesel cars are emitting less NOx than current and future emissions thresholds and can play a key role for cities looking to meet air compliance … Read More »
Failure to strike a Brexit deal could see new car prices rocket while also massively disrupting the manufacturing process.
The switch to the new WLTP test cycle brought a much-anticipated drop for September registrations in the EU, following a bumper August.
A coalition of major players in the European car and automotive industry has signed a road safety pledge to contribute to achieving zero traffic fatalities by … Read More »
EU policymakers are being urged to focus on the most effective vehicle safety measures with the strongest positive impact in its proposals for revisions to vehicle … Read More »
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) is urging Brexit negotiators to take action on urgent industry issues, including the impact on EU CO2 targets and the … Read More »
New car demand in the EU continued to rise with February registrations reaching their highest level since 2008.
Car registrations in the EU rose 7.1% in January although the rise was attributed to a positive calendar effect.
Car registrations in the EU rose 3.4% in 2017 with all ‘big five’ markets seeing gains bar the UK.
Europe’s car makers have laid out plans that indicate EV uptake is vital to meet post-2021 CO2 targets, ahead of a European Commission proposal due later … Read More »
Future plans by carmakers on making connected car data accessible to third parties could impact on the fleet industry, according to the BVRLA.
The UK is Europe’s largest market for plug-in hybrids, with over a quarter of the region’s rapidly-growing volumes sold here, according to the latest ACEA figures.