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The Coronavirus is Disrupting Auto Manufacturing in Mexico and Europe as Parts Shipments From China Slow

The Coronavirus is Disrupting Auto Manufacturing in Mexico and Europe as Parts Shipments From China Slow

The shuttering of manufacturing facilities the furlough of employees due to the Coronavirus is having a ripple effect in the global auto industry. The shutdown in China is disrupting the supply chains of automakers in the U.S., Mexico and Europe that rely upon a steady shipment of auto parts from Chinese suppliers.

FutureCar Staff 2020-03-11 11:55 PT

EV Buyers Can Expect Cheaper Batteries and More Chargers in 2020

EV Buyers Can Expect Cheaper Batteries and More Chargers in 2020

According to research by BloombergNEF, European automakers and governments will move toward helping curb global warming with stricter carbon emissions regulations, which could force an electric-vehicle revolution.

Vineeth Joel Patel2020-01-27 10:00 PT

European Automakers Tell Governments They Must Help Sell EVs

European Automakers Tell Governments They Must Help Sell EVs

Europe’s automakers are telling governments they must help build electric car charging points and provide consumer subsidies to boost sales of battery-powered vehicles and assist the industry in meeting stringent new emissions rules.

FutureCar Staff 2019-09-11 11:17 PT

EU Requires EVs to Have Fake Engine Noise

EU Requires EVs to Have Fake Engine Noise

The requirement is considered a safety feature for pedestrians.

Vineeth Joel Patel2019-07-04 07:00 PT

Autonomous Cars Have a Clearer Path in Europe Than in America

Autonomous Cars Have a Clearer Path in Europe Than in America

Countries, like Europe, Germany, and South Korea, that have figured out the legislative parts of autonomous vehicles are outpacing the United States when it comes to putting the technology into the hands of consumers.

Vineeth Joel Patel2018-05-21 09:00 PT

Electric Cars Rule Above All Else in These Five Nordic Countries

Electric Cars Rule Above All Else in These Five Nordic Countries

Electric vehicles continue to be more popular in northwestern European countries, where battery-powered cars account for approximately eight percent of the world’s total amount of cars.

Vineeth Joel Patel2018-04-01 09:00 PT