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Covid-19 has lockdown vehicle showrooms. But when they reopen, will you feel comfortable going there?
The South African automotive industry has implemented several safety protocols due to the coronavirus pandemic, but for now it's still business as usual locally.
Soon to enter its fourth week, the strike is rippling across the economy, from parts suppliers in Michigan and Canada to bars, restaurants and other businesses that serve employees who now find themselves tight on cash
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa has raised concerns that reducing rebates on excise duties will negatively impact the competitiveness of the auto industry.
About a third of value addition within SA's domestic manufacturing sector is derived either directly or indirectly from vehicle assembly and automotive component manufacturing activity.
The prospect of a 50-50 merger between French automaker Renault and Italian-US group Fiat Chrysler could create the world's 3rd largest automotive alliance. Here's all you need to know.
Ford plans to eliminate about 7 000 salaried jobs as pressures mount on automakers to keep pace with massive technological shifts.
The Competition Tribunal has granted the Competition Commission a postponement in a panel beating cartel case, since a key witness was unable to travel to SA.
Carlos Ghosn's bail application was rejected again, even after the fallen car titan offered to wear an electronic tracker and be monitored by guards.
The year 2018 was very good for the car industry. According to Cox Automotive, US auto sales are expected to total 17.2 million units in this year, which is more than last year and the fourth year in a row to beat 17 million, finishing above the firm’s earlier forecasts.
BMW CEO Oliver Zipse announced that the carmaker's Rosslyn Plant in Gauteng will be shutdown to 'to protect employees and their families and to support society' in its fight against the coronavirus.
'Coronavirus is threatening global automotive health', writes Wheels24's contributor Lance Branquinho.
Japanese automakers Toyota and Subaru will link up to develop new electrically-powered vehicles and confirmed the next generation 86 and BRZ sports cars will also be co-developed.
Michael Mabasa, CEO of the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA, shares his views on the local auto manufacturing industry.
Vietnam’s foray into the car business with its own brand comes at a cost to its manufacturer: No initial profit.
The prospect of a merger between French automaker Renault and Italian-US auto giant Fiat Chrysler received a warm welcome.
April vehicle sales offers a beacon of hope for the South African new car industry as sales rose 0.7% compared to April 2018, says Wesbank.
Production at Chinese automaker BAIC SA's vehicle plant in the Coega industrial development zone near Port Elizabeth will start "before the end of 2019".
Former Nissan chair Carlos Ghosn will speak publicly for the first time since his arrest almost two months ago, when he appears in a Japanese court.
Car sales in China have declined for a fifth consecutive month, bringing the world’s largest market closer to its first annual drop in at least two decades.
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