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Germans Stumbling As Aid Bypasses Conventional Buyers

Germans Stumbling As Aid Bypasses Conventional Buyers. “By focussing exclusively on the promotion of electric cars, more than 90% of the car market was ignored” Germany, Europe’s biggest car and SUV market, is unlikely to respond to government aid aimed at reigniting coronavirus-blitzed sales, because of the insistence of politicians it bypassed the huge conventional […]

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Affordable Electric Car? Honda e Advanced Review

Affordable Electric Car? Honda e Advanced Review. For – cute, top quality interior, nifty screen, TV wing mirrors, excellent performance, high equipment level. Against – Too expensive, inadequate range. ** £29,160 Honda’s new little electric city car fails the affordability test, not to mention the acceptable range one, but it is a technology marvel with […]

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Electric Cars Threaten Finances; Environmentalists Disagree

Electric Cars Threaten Finances; Environmentalists Disagree. “European manufacturers are moving in the wrong direction. There is this assumption that green equals electric, but there are lots of other solutions which are as least as green and in the short-term more viable” The European Union (EU), despite vehement claims to the contrary, will have to postpone […]

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Europe Faces Biggest Threat From Coronavirus

Europe Faces Biggest Threat From Coronavirus. “The auto industry is much better prepared than for the 2008-2009 recession, with ample liquidity, more manageable cost structures, more efficient automotive supply chains and a focus on earning returns” Europe’s auto industry will be the hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis, but sales loss projections are being scaled […]

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