Motor traders have faced a dual challenge in the last year or so, reviewing their affordability assessments to meet new guidance from the FCA at a time of economic uncertainty.
Imperial Cars operations director Neil Smith believes collaboration will help bring new talent into the automotive industry
The period since the referendum has been a turbulent one for UK manufacturing and especially the automotive industry.
The internet has changed the way we act as consumers with digitally delivered convenience becoming a game-changer in how we expect products and services to be supplied.
The announcement that the UK government is bringing forward the final date for the sale of fossil fuel powered vehicles to 2035 is without a doubt a laudable commitment.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said, as part of its 2018/2019 Business Plan, it would strive to investigate the effectiveness and impact of its interventions into certain markets and industries.
Last month, Zoopla's founder launched Cazoo – a doorstep car delivery service offering free seven-day trials, which has all the hallmarks of being the automotive industry’s answer to Amazon.
This year, 2020, is essentially ‘Year Zero’ for EVs in Europe and many expect to see a rapid increase in electric vehicle (EV) production from here on in.
Rupert Pontin, Cazana director of insight, delivers his market analysis for December, 2019.
Marcus Dacombe, international product marketing director, CDK Global, shares his views on the ways motor retail's future will be shaped by consumer habits and broader retailing trends.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
Find out what features are in this month's, and future, issues