Volkswagen Group announces important decisions for the future

May 13, 2019    OEM

The Supervisory Board and Board of Management of Volkswagen AG took important decisions for the future of the Volkswagen Group.

Honda finalises closure of its plant in Swindon

May 13, 2019    OEM

After around three months of consultation with Unite, Britain and Ireland’s largest union, Honda announced that it failed find a viable alternative which could prevent the closure of its plant in Swindon. Around 3,500 employees currently work at this plant in South West England.

McLaren produces its 20,000th car in Woking

May 13, 2019    OEM

McLaren Automotive, the luxury British sportscar and supercar company, has celebrated the 20,000th car to be hand-assembled at its McLaren Production Centre (MPC) in Woking, Surrey.

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Volkswagen builds 200 pre-production vehicles of the ID.3

May 9, 2019    OEM

Conversion of the vehicle factory in Zwickau to the largest production site for electric mobility in Europe is right on schedule. The members of Volkswagen’s Group and Brand Boards of Management, as well as the Group Works Council, were able to see that for themselves at the site symposium for all three locations in Saxony held at Zwickau.

Groupe PSA to produce large vans by end of 2021 in Gliwice, Poland

May 9, 2019    OEM

Groupe PSA is pinning the success of its light commercial vehicle (LCV) strategy on creating additional manufacturing capacities. To achieve this, Opel/Vauxhall LCV models on Groupe PSA platforms will be converged to increase efficiency. The automaker is planning to adapt its Gliwice facility to produce LCVs.

GM to create more than 450 jobs in Ohio

May 8, 2019    OEM

General Motors Co. announced that it is creating more than 450 manufacturing jobs in three Ohio cities. GM also said it is in discussions with an Ohio-based company that could bring significant production and electric vehicle assembly jobs to the Lordstown Complex.

Audi A4 completes 25 years in production

May 8, 2019    OEM

Audi is celebrating a major production anniversary in the premium mid size segment: 25 years ago, the first Audi A4 drove off the assembly line in Ingolstadt. Since then, the brand with the Four Rings has produced more than 7.5 million units of the model.

Polestar opens new R&D facility in the UK

May 8, 2019    OEM

Polestar has significantly expanded its research and development capacity with the establishment of a new R&D centre in the United Kingdom. Situated in Coventry, England, the new facility will allow Polestar to increase its own R&D capabilities, and further strengthens the brand’s ability to engineer its future electric performance vehicles.

New car sales in April falls across the UK, PHEV sales takes the biggest hit

May 8, 2019    OEM

The UK new car market declined by 4.1% in April, according to figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). The month saw 161,064 units registered, the second lowest April volume since 2012 but following a double-digit increase the previous year.

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