The results of the latest Auto Trader Market Report have revealed that a third of the UK potential car buyers are being put off a purchase due to the uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
Hybrid cars sold today have insufficient zero emissions capability to comply with Government targets for 2040, due to most driving being under combustion engine.
Sir Richard Branson’s vision of a ban the sale of vehicles powered purely by petrol or diesel by 2025 have been dismissed as “incredibly unrealistic”.
Volvo has announced its intent for fully electric cars to make up half of its sales by 2025.
More than two thirds of drivers (67%) say that they are less likely to purchase a diesel car after the VW scandal of 2015.
The National Franchised Dealers Association is among automotive sector representatives who have given evidence to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee ahead of a publication of a report into EV adoption.
The AM GDPR conference will educate delegates on EU privacy regulations which have the potential to prevent dealers from calling customers.
The government's 2040 ban on the sale of conventional petrol and diesel cars will not affect motorists car buying choices "for years", according 67% of respondents to the AA-Populus survey.
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
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