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Ford takes $60M Brexit hit, says all options open for European cost cuts

Ford Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks said "all options are on the table" for cost cuts in Europe because of Britain's vote to leave the EU but said the company is not ready to announce any plant shutdowns in the UK.  » READ
 

UK production increased 10% in June but industry warns of potential Brexit slowdown

British car production rose 10 percent in June but the SMMT industry association said growth was in jeopardy if the UK failed to secure unfettered access to the EU's single market.  » READ
 

PSA names new Peugeot, China, Europe chiefs

 

Renault first-half profit rises 41% on new models, Europe recovery

 

VW brand Q2 profit falls 12% on emissions scandal effects

 

Renault cuts Ghosn's bonus by 20 percent

 

PSA posts record first-half earnings, downplays Brexit

 

Fiat Chrysler Q2 profit boosted by Jeep, Europe rebound

 

Ferrari teams up with software partner for flagship vehicle derivatives

 

Renault-Nissan criticized by U.S. union for denying French lawmaker a meeting

 

Mitsubishi Q1 operating profit tumbles 75% after mileage-cheating scandal

 

Nissan profit declines 9% as stronger yen hits earnings

 

Valeo first-half profit rises 23% on intuitive driving, low-emissions tech

 

Mercedes challenges Tesla with electric heavy truck

 

Tesla Model 3 could generate $20 billion in annual revenue, Musk says

 

Blogs

PSA bravely reveals industry's dirty secret

Give credit to PSA for being bold enough to reveal in great detail something none of its rivals would publicly admit: That the CO2 numbers on the cars sold in Europe are bogus.  » READ
 

How to push self-driving tech to the limits without the risks

There's a risk-free way to push autonomous cars to their limits. A simulator in the UK is going to do just that for Jaguar Land Rover and other automakers.  » READ
 

Volvo defies gravity

 

BMW CEO scores first big win with Intel, Mobileye deal

 

Why Europe's car buyer categories need a shake-up

 

Inside the Numbers

European June car sales slow as Brexit vote reduces confidence

European car-sales growth slowed to 6.5 percent in June as the British vote on exiting the EU weighed on business and consumer confidence.  » READ
 

Russia car sales fall 13% in June

Russian car sales fell 13 percent in June as an economic crisis driven by low oil prices and Western sanctions over the Ukraine continued to hit demand. Registrations for the first six months were down 14 percent.  » READ
 

UK's June car sales fall; gov't asked for support

 

W. Europe car sales up 6% in June despite UK decline

 

VW Group sales rise nearly 2% in May, helped by Audi, Skoda gains

 

On the Move

PSA names new Peugeot, China, Europe chiefs

PSA Group named new chiefs for its Peugeot brand and for its Europe and China regions.  » READ
 

Daimler promotes Turkish unit boss Seeger to Mercedes sales and marketing chief

Daimler named Britta Seeger as global sales and marketing head of Mercedes cars. Seeger currently serves as head of Mercedes in Turkey and will succeed Ola Kaellenius who will take over as development head when Thomas Weber retires.  » READ
 

BMW names former F1 exec Duesmann as new purchasing chief

 

Fiat Chrysler creates post to oversee global regulatory compliance

 

VW's Seat recruits new sales boss from Audi

 

Latest Launches

Cadillac XT5 price undercuts rivals in Europe

Cadillac aims to increase its SUV market share in Europe by pricing its new XT5 below German premium rivals such as the Audi Q5 and BMW X3, and by offering more equipment.  » READ
 

Honda hopes NSX halo effect will give automaker a boost in Europe

Honda hopes for a halo effect boost in Europe from its NSX supercar. The NSX is a "branding exercise and also a showcase for engineering excellence," Honda said.  » READ
 

Alfa touts Giulia's driving dynamics

 

Suzuki Baleno is company's first model in Europe with fuel-saving mild hybrid

 

MG aims first SUV at budget buyers