Semiconductor shortages, the transition to electric vehicles (EV) and “the true impact of Brexit” are among new car retail disruptions that are set to fuel a strong used car market in to 2022, says Cox Automotive.
Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) chief executive, Mike Hawes, has suggested that the immediate re-opening car dealerships represents the “fastest way to UK automotive manufacturing recovery”.
Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) chief executive, Mike Todd, predicts that - aside from the impact of Brexit - three other key areas will continue to influence the automotive sector’s response post COVID-19.
Marshall Motor Holdings chief executive Daksh Gupta is set to reflect his “most challenging period in car retail” and reveal his approach for 2021 as one of the sector leaders speaking at Automotive Management Live Virtual.
The UK Government has confirmed that it is reinstating the VAT margin scheme for cars imported and resold by car retailers in Northern Ireland – avoiding pressure on dealer margins and price increases for customers.
Dealers' prospects for 2021, business opportunities and retailing in a post-Brexit, post-FCA changes market, are all topics for discussion with the AM Motor Retail Review webinar panellists this afternoon at 2pm.
Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) chief executive Mike Hawes has said he fears a “New Year nightmare” for UK car manufacturers if the UK Government and EU fail to reach a trade agreement.
As Automotive Managemnent (AM) asks UK car retail businessses to share their hopes and fears for a COVID-19 and Brexit-impacted year ahead in the 'Outlook 2021 Survey', David Borland, EY UK & Ireland automotive leader suggests there could be cause for "cautious optimism".
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