Coronavirus: Fiat Chrysler seeks £5.6bn government-backed loan


FCA Group is seeking a €6.3bn (£5.6bn) loan, backed by the Italian government, to bolster its finances during the coronavirus crisis.

Fiat and Peugeot considering merger


The owners of Fiat and Peugeot have made the surprise announcement they're looking into joining forces as one, giant car company.
Peugeot boss: 'Why should my company pay for electric car chargers?'

Peugeot boss: 'We won't pay for charging points'


Carlos Tavares said that building public charging points is not a part of PSA's core business, and not its responsibility.
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Motor Awards 2019: Best Car Manufacturer nominees


Voting is open in the Sunday Times Motor Awards 2019, Here is the rundown of all the contenders for Best Car Manufacturer of the Year.

Vauxhall to close one in three dealerships


Vauxhall is to end contracts with its dealerships across the UK as the company battles falling sales and changing habits among car buyers.
New car sales 2017 vs 2007: winners and losers as Vauxhall tumbles and Mercedes booms

Vauxhall sales plummeted in 2017, Mercedes' boomed


Has the humble family hatchback had its day? Data showing the number of new cars sold in the UK last year paints a gloomy picture for Vauxhall, o
Fallout from hard Brexit could drive up cost of cars by £2,300

Brexit could drive up cost of cars by £2,300


More than £2,300 could be added to the price of an average car under a “hard Brexit”, according to research.
Motor industry must source parts from UK in case of hard Brexit

Motor industry must look closer to home for parts


More parts for British-built cars will be sourced from within the UK under plans to insulate the automotive industry from the potentially...
Peugeot rules out job losses at Vauxhall

Peugeot rules out job losses at Vauxhall


PSA Peugeot Citroën has promised to safeguard all existing job guarantees in its €2bn takeover of Opel Vauxhall.
Business secretary makes jobs pledge at Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port plant

Business secretary makes jobs pledge to Vauxhall


The business secretary pledged the government’s “unbounded commitment” to protecting jobs at Vauxhall yesterday
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News: Sacré bleu, new boss of Citroën is a Brit


For the first time in its 95-year history, Citroën, that most French of French car makers, has a Brit at the helm.