GM most likely to say cheerio to U.K., report findsMon, 18, Jul 2016
Of all manufacturers building cars in the UK, analysts say General Motors is the one mostly likely to shift its operations to mainland Europe if costs rise on the back of the country's decision to leave the European Union.
VW escapes cheating fines in Germany as payout pressure mountsWed, 06, Jul 2016
Volkswagen AG is set to escape fines from the German Transport Ministry after cheating on emissions tests for years, despite growing public ire over the lack of compensation for European owners of tainted vehicles.
UK's June car sales fall as industry seeks government support after Brexit voteWed, 06, Jul 2016
UK new-car sales fell for only the second time in more than four years in June, prompting an industry body to urge the government to boost economic confidence to avoid further drops after the country voted to leave the European Union.
TI Automotive IPO could be delayed by BrexitWed, 06, Jul 2016
The planned stock market listing of UK auto parts supplier TI Automotive, a potential $3.3 billion deal, is facing a delay due to volatility triggered by Britain's vote to leave the European Union, people familiar with the matter said.
EU trade deals with U.S. and Canada at risk, minister saysTue, 05, Jul 2016
A free trade deal being negotiated by the EU and the U.S. is at a dead end and an agreement with Canada is also at risk, Italy's industry minister said. Carlo Calenda said confidence in the negotiations was lacking.
Brexit looks bleaker than the worst-case scenariosMon, 04, Jul 2016
Ten days into the digestion of a United Kingdom vote for a separation from the European Union, and the analysis is crystal clear: Brexit is a flat-out mess. A quagmire. Its potential impact has some leaders worried that even their worst-case scenarios weren't bad enough.
Global auto industry braces for BrexitSat, 02, Jul 2016
A look at some of the key questions for the auto industry arising from the U.K.'s historic vote to leave the European Union.
As Brexit unfolds, it's best to keep calm and carry onMon, 04, Jul 2016
Despite the uncertainty for global automakers and suppliers arising from Great Britain's vote to withdraw from the European Union, the immediate impact on the U.S. auto market appears to be modest.
Aston Martin CEO sees short-run lift from BrexitMon, 04, Jul 2016
There's a silver lining of export opportunity in the U.K.'s radical departure from the European Union, says Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer.
Classic cars with Brexit benefitsMon, 04, Jul 2016
Jaguar Land Rover and other U.K.-based automakers may be worried about the effects of Brexit, but Britain leaving the EU could be a boon for one tiny backwater of the British auto industry: Classic-car dealers.
May cool heads prevail in EuropeMon, 04, Jul 2016
Nobody likes uncertainty. When people and companies don't have the slightest idea what's going on, they panic.
Aston CEO sees short-term Brexit gainFri, 01, Jul 2016
Aston Martin will see a short-term financial gain from the crash in the pound's value following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, CEO Andy Palmer said. “A weak pound obviously helps our exports in terms of profit-per-unit,” Palmer told Automotive News Europe.