Honda says it could not absorb 10% tariff after BrexitNov. 9
Honda said it cannot afford the 10 percent export tariff that would be imposed on its British-built cars if Britain had to return to World Trade Organization rules after Brexit. The company builds about 8 percent of Britain's 1.7 million cars at its plant in Swindon.
Bloodhound Supersonic Car begins bid to reach 1,000 mphOct. 27
GKN considers listing auto unit as separate company, report saysOct. 23
Not much stock in UK joining NAFTAOct. 16
Ford plant in Wales to lose JLR engine business earlier than expectedSept. 28
UK issues tougher guidelines to protect connected cars from hackersAug. 7
The UK government issued new guidelines requiring carmakers to put in place tougher cyber protection for connected vehicles to ensure they are better shielded against hackers.These include enabling systems to withstand corrupt, invalid or malicious data or commands, and allowing users to delete person data.
U.K. to ban sales of gasoline, diesel cars starting 2040July 26
Honda will import SUVs into Europe from JapanJuly 18
Goodwood nowJuly 3
Tata denies plan to list Jaguar Land RoverJune 20
Jaguar Land Rover to hire 5,000 new staffJune 19
Ford launches a 'smart mobility' office in LondonJune 13
Ford is opening an office in London focusing on future mobility solutions for Europe. The venture will hire around 40 specialists. It is the company's third such "smart mobility" office, following the launch of two other such projects in the U.S.