New brand Lynk & Co, owned by Geely and using Volvo technology, promises a very different car-buying option for UK customers.
Nissan is now the effective owner of Mitsubishi after purchasing a 34 per cent controlling stake in the brand, taking it into the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
The latest example of car makers working together could well be Toyota and Suzuki.
The two are "exploring ideas directed towards a business partnership.”
Nearly 470,000 new cars were registered last month, giving the UK its best September on record, according to figures published today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Some more highlights of the Paris Motor Show and its host of new model debuts, offering something for just about everyone
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Peugeot 3008 have both scored top five-star ratings in the latest series of Euro NCAP crash tests.
MG is to end assembly of cars in the UK, blaming the decision to switch to China on the small size of the UK operation and post-Brexit costs.
The UK’s automotive factories recorded a 14-year high in August, with strong demand for cars both in the home and much larger overseas markets.
The UK car market grew by 3.3 per cent in August, significantly more than in July. Strong fleet demand drove the market in traditionally a 'quiet month.'
Jaguar Land Rover is following Hyundai into digital car sales. A digital store manned by 'Angels' will open at Stratford's Westfield shopping centre.
Volvo is joining forces with global taxi-hailing firm Uber to produce self-driving cars. A $300m joint project will develop autonomous driving technologies.
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.
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