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How electric vehicle batteries could save the UK auto industry

Tom Stacey, Anglia Ruskin University The UK may have lost Eurovision this year, but it recently beat European rivals for an arguably more valuable prize....

BYD enters UK passenger car market, starts selling Atto 3

The BYD Atto 3 will start at £36,490 ($43,230) in the UK and deliveries there will begin on March 15. BYD, after entering the UK...

2022 UK car production down but EV output surges to new record

Annual UK car production falls -9.8% to 775,014 units in 2022 as global chip shortages and structural changes depress output. Record levels of electrified vehicle...

Britishvolt: more evidence UK is falling far behind in race to capture growing EV market

David Bailey, University of Birmingham and Phil Tomlinson, University of Bath Britishvolt, the would-be electric vehicle (EV) battery maker that recently went into administration, always...

Electric vehicles: if the UK is serious about being a major player, here’s what needs to happen

Tom Stacey, Anglia Ruskin University; Chris Ivory, Anglia Ruskin University, and Elisha Rasif, Anglia Ruskin University The UK’s efforts to become a global player in...

BMW Comments on Shift of Production to China From UK

According to a report by The Times on October 14, German auto company BMW Group will stop producing its MINI electric vehicles in Oxford,...

Mobility Fintech Moove and Uber UK Bring Thousands of EVs to London

Moove the world’s first mobility fintech and Uber’s largest vehicle supply partner in EMEA, is announcing its launch in London as part of its...

UK public want self-driving cars to be labelled

Nearly nine out of 10 (86%) people in the UK want self-driving vehicles to be labelled so they can be clearly distinguished from human-driven...

The flagging UK car industry is moving too slowly on battery production to compete on the global market

David Bailey, University of Birmingham Car manufacturing in the UK stalled dramatically last year. The head of the industry trade body described the situation as...

Nissan staying in UK is great news after Brexit, but car industry’s future is still very unclear

Jim Saker, Loughborough University When the UK voted for Brexit, there were no positives for the UK car industry. The prospect of a 10% tariff...

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