Registrations of new cars in the UK grew just 0.1 per cent in July as the SMMT, which had predicted the cooling off, urged Government to back the industry.
Nissan is claiming that by 2020 the UK will offer more electric vehicle charging points than traditional fuel filling stations.
British factories produced more cars in June than in any month in 18 years, but there are fears that Brexit uncertainty could stall manufacturing growth.
PSA Group has fulfilled a promise to publish ‘real world’ fuel consumption tests for its cars – and revealed the glaring inaccuracy of the industry-standard...
New car sales declined in June, for only the second month in more than four years. However the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT), which co...
New figures show that car manufacturing in the UK soared by more than a quarter in May, just as the industry faces great uncertainty following the vote to l...
Toyota recall some 72,885 UK cars as part of a global recall of more than three million vehicles to fix two potential faults.
The UK’s vote to leave the European Union has sent shock waves through the motor industry, both inside and outside of the country.
Car registrations in the UK grew 2.5 per cent in May, suggesting that the sales market has levelled out after strong growth in 2015.
Car making in Britain is still soaring, according to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
A UK Government investigation into the emissions levels of new cars has concluded that only Volkswagen used a ‘defeat’ device’ to falsify emissions tests.