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SEAT restarts production after street protests forced halt22. October
Volkswagen Group’s Spanish brand, Seat, restarted production on Monday after the automaker was forced to halt output last week amid civil unrest in Barcelona.
Skoda CEO seeks to calm fears about push downmarket21. October
Skoda has sought to reassure its employees after reports suggested that its owner, Volkswagen Group, is considering repositioning the brand downward to compete with low-cost marques such as Renault’s...
China's vehicle market heading for another decline17. October
September’s China vehicle market was the 15th consecutive monthly decline in China, the world’s largest and it’s a growing concern for the global automotive sector.
Porsche increases deliveries by three percent14. October
In the first three quarters of 2019, Porsche AG delivered 202,318 vehicles worldwide. The sports car manufacturer therefore achieved an increase of three percent compared with the prior-year period.
Denmark calls for EU to phase out diesel, gasoline cars7. October
Denmark, backed by 10 other European Union countries, called for a strategy to phase out diesel and gasoline cars, including allowing the ban of sales at member state-level by...
Rolls-Royce design chief departs after brief tenure4. October
After roughly six months on the job, Rolls-Royce’s head of design, Jozef Kaban, has left the British ultraluxury brand and BMW Group.
VW's top executives charged with stock market manipulation25. September
Volkswagen Group’s two top leaders, CEO Herbert Diess and Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch, were charged with market manipulation in Germany over allegations they failed to inform investors early enough...
Skoda expects 15,000 sales for Superb plug-in hybrid24. September
Skoda expects annual sales of 15,000 units for the Superb plug-in hybrid. Key markets for the midsize model will be Germany,the UK, Sweden and the Czech Republic
Audi gets ultimatum to remove illegal diesel software18. September
Germany’s KBA motor vehicle authority has told Audi that it faces penalties for its failure to remove illegal software from diesel cars that can manipulate emissions levels, the Bild...
GEFCO celebrates 15 years on the Slovak market17. September
GEFCO Slovakia celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. Luc Nadal, the head of the group, informed journalists about the company history and current results in the region in Bratislava.
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.