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The Autovista24 podcast brings you discussion on the latest topics affecting the automotive industry, with expert interviews and analysis to keep you informed.
Jul 27, 2022
Will e-fuels keep the internal-combustion engine running?
The age of the internal-combustion engine (ICE) looks to be drawing to a close. But is the future of transport dominated by zero-emission vehicles? Autovista24 deputy editor Tom Geggus is joined by editor Phil Curry and journalist Rebeka Shaid to discuss e-fuels. Show notes Can e-fuels save the internal-combustion engine? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/can-efuels-save-internal-combustion-engine/ How will Europe’s efforts to cut CO2 emissions affect the automotive industry? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/europe-emissions-automotive-industry/ EU lawmakers reach compromise on emissions and end to new petrol and diesel car sales https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/eu-lawmakers-reach-compromise-on-emissions-fit-for-55/ How significant is motorsport to the automotive industry as technologies change? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-significant-is-motorsport-to-automotive-industry-change/ New F1 synthetic fuel has real-world ambitions https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/new-f1-synthetic-fuel-has-real-world-ambitions/ Are e-fuels as green as they seem? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/are-e-fuels-as-green-as-they-seem/ Autovist24 LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/autovista24/ Autovista24 Twitter https://twitter.com/autovista24
Jul 13, 2022
Is the automotive industry facing a skills crisis?
Technology is playing an increasingly important part in today’s automotive industry, but the market relies more on people than anything else. There is a concern that new technologies may lead to job losses while finding the right people for the vacancies is becoming increasingly difficult. Autovista24 editor Phil Curry and deputy editor Tom Geggus discuss the automotive skills crisis.
Jun 29, 2022
How do major European markets use electric-car incentives?
Electric-vehicle (EV) incentives appear to have been a resounding success in many European countries. However, consumer popularity, socio-economic pressures, and government financing is leading some countries to reconsider these grants. Autovista24 editor Phil Curry and deputy editor Tom Geggus, consider the different schemes used across Europe’s major automotive markets. Show notes Plug is pulled on UK plug-in car grant https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/plug-is-pulled-on-uk-plug-in-car-grant/ Could Germany scrap EV incentives? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/germany-scrap-electric-vehicle-incentives/ Statista: Number of new electric car registrations in Germany from 2003 to 2022 https://www.statista.com/statistics/1166572/new-electric-car-registrations-number-germany/ French electric-vehicle incentives shielded against quick resales https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/french-electric-vehicle-incentives-shielded-against-quick-resales/ Government 2022 incentives all taken and assisting BEV residual values in Netherlands https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/government-2022-incentives-all-taken-and-assisting-bev-residual-values-in-netherlands/ How Norway and pop band A-ha paved the way for electric-car adoption https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-norway-and-pop-band-a-ha-paved-the-way-for-electric-car-adoption/ Norway is a leader in EV sales but has subsidised itself into a corner https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/norway-leader-ev-sales-has-subsidised-itself-corner/ Energypost.eu: Norway an EV role model? https://energypost.eu/norway-an-ev-role-model-their-pathway-is-expensive-and-paid-for-with-oil-gas-exports/
Jun 15, 2022
Assessing advanced driver-assistance systems with Euro NCAP
The automotive world has seen numerous safety milestones. Seatbelts, airbags, and crumple zones have all helped protect lives. But why stop at reactive measures when proactive capabilities might help prevent collisions? Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) look to promise just that. But the technology needs to be properly assessed so the industry knows what works. Enter Euro NCAP. Autovista24 deputy editor Tom Geggus and Adriano Palao, technical manager for ADAS and automated driving at Euro NCAP, discuss the future of automotive safety. Show notes Assessing advanced driver-assistance systems with Euro NCAP https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/podcast-assessing-advanced-driver-assistance-systems-with-euro-ncap/ Driver-assistance advancing fast, test results of Nissan Qashqai, Volkswagen ID.5, Polestar 2, and Jaguar I-Pace show https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/driver-assistance-advancing-fast-test-results-of-cars-show/ Carwow: Euro NCAP ‘got it wrong’ with current crash-test criteria https://www.carwow.co.uk/news/6120/euro-ncap-admits-mistakes Euro NCAP: Assisted-driving gradings https://www.euroncap.com/en/ratings-rewards/assisted-driving-gradings/ What is an autonomous vehicle? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/what-is-an-autonomous-vehicle/ What is an automotive OTA update? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/analysis-what-is-an-over-the-air-vehicle-update/
Jun 1, 2022
Is the next automotive reality, virtual, augmented, and metaverse-bound?
Autovista24 editor Phil Curry, deputy editor Tom Geggus, and journalist Rebeka Shaid explore alternative automotive realities. How can cars benefit from virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and the metaverse? Listen now to find out! Show notes Abarth launches world’s first virtual-reality test drive delivered to homes https://www.media.stellantis.com/uk-en/abarth/press/abarth-launches-world-s-first-virtual-reality-test-drive-delivered-to-homes Audi x holoride https://www.audi-mediacenter.com/en/presskits/audi-x-holoride-14523 Virtual reality in automotive market size, share, and COVID-19 impact analysis https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/virtual-reality-vr-in-automotive-market-101702 How SEAT applies VR https://www.seat.com/company/news/cars/virtual-reality-car-manufacturing.html Porsche and holoride launch in-car virtual-reality attraction in a moving vehicle https://newsroom.porsche.com/en/2022/innovation/porsche-entertainment-technology-startup-holoride-location-based-virtual-reality-lbvr-porsche-experience-center-pec-los-angeles-27561.html Toyota's new augmented-reality shopping experience: a shift in the car-buying journey? https://www.forbes.com/sites/danielnewman/2019/06/07/toyotas-new-augmented-reality-shopping-experience-a-shift-in-the-car-buying-journey/?sh=272afa5667e8 Basemark helps to deliver augmented-reality experience for one of the world’s leading premium car brands https://www.basemark.com/news/basemark-helps-to-deliver-augmented-reality-experience-for-one-of-the-worlds-leading-premium-car-brands/ Basemark debuts augmented-reality development tools for the automotive industry https://www.basemark.com/news/basemark-debuts-augmented-reality-development-tools-for-the-automotive-industry/ VW shows off augmented-reality head-up display https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/vw-shows-augmented-reality-head-display/ CES 2021: Panasonic looks ahead with augmented-reality HUD https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/ces-2021-panasonic-looks-ahead-augmented-reality-hud/ Head-up displays: gimmick or godsend? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/head-display-gimmick-or-godsend/ Volkswagen to bring augmented reality to cars in collaboration with Microsoft https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/volkswagen-to-bring-augmented-reality-to-cars-in-collaboration-with-microsoft/ Automotive in the metaverse with Audi and McLaren https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/automotive-in-the-metaverse-audi-mclaren/ CES 2022: Hyundai reveals its ‘Metamobility’ concept https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/ces-2022-hyundai-reveals-metamobility-concept/
May 18, 2022
What does the 2035 EU internal-combustion engine ban mean for the automotive industry?
The European Union (EU) is drafting new legislation, titled ‘Fit for 55’ that will see an effective ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2035. The regulations recently cleared a big hurdle with the European Parliament’s environment committee backing the plans. But what do the regulations mean for the automotive industry, and what impact might they have? Autovista24’s Phil Curry and Tom Geggus discuss the proposals.
May 4, 2022
Electric vehicles take to the stage at Fully Charged Live
Join Autovista24 deputy editor Tom Geggus as he charges around Fully Charged Live, an all-electric motor show. Speaking with a range of different automotive manufacturers, software suppliers, and service providers, he explores everything the event has to offer. Check out the accompanying Autovista24 article for more on the event as well as pictures. Show notes Electric vehicles take to the stage at Fully Charged Live https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/electric-vehicles-take-to-the-stage-at-fully-charged-live/ Ford https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/feu/gb/en/news/2022/03/14/Ford-Takes-Bold-Steps-Toward-All-Electric-Future-in-Europe.html Electric Classic Cars https://www.electricclassiccars.co.uk/ Bonnet https://www.joinbonnet.com/ Cinch https://www.cinch.co.uk/ Elmo https://elmodrive.com/ National Grid https://www.nationalgrid.com/ DPD https://green.dpd.co.uk/ L-Charge https://l-charge.net/#rec281066978 Nissan https://global.nissannews.com/en/releases/release-ede45cd192df39de9efbb5f8f3054c48-220407-01-e
Apr 20, 2022
Are tyre particulates the next big environmental problem?
Vehicle particulates do not just come from the emission system. Tyres also create fine particles that can affect the environment, cause air pollution and create health problems. Yet unlike emissions, there is no easy way to manage tyre particulates. Autovista24 editor Phil Curry and deputy editor Tom Geggus discuss the problem with particulates, the role of electric vehicles, and solutions the automotive industry is working on.
Apr 6, 2022
How are car companies decarbonising vehicle lifecycles?
Car companies are on a mission to lower the carbon emissions of their vehicles. But simply swapping out internal-combustion engines (ICEs) is not enough. The entire vehicle lifecycle must be considered. This includes the design, material sourcing, manufacturing, recycling, and time on the road. Autovista24 journalist Rebeka Shaid, editor Phil Curry, and deputy editor Tom Geggus discuss the green efforts of car companies. Show notes How can electric-vehicle batteries become more sustainable? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-can-electric-vehicle-batteries-become-more-sustainable/ McKinsey: The zero-carbon car: Abating material emissions is next on the agenda https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/sustainability/our-insights/the-zero-carbon-car-abating-material-emissions-is-next-on-the-agenda WEF: The Circular Cars Initiative https://www.weforum.org/projects/the-circular-cars-initiative VW Group: Škoda auto uses eco-materials in its vehicles and is researching biological raw materials https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/news/2021/09/skoda-auto-uses-eco-materials-in-its-vehicles-and-is-researching.html Hyundai cleans up cars and the ocean in sustainability drive https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/hyundai-circular-economy-sustainability-drive/ Continental: Sustainable materials in cars of the future https://www.continental-tires.com/car/stories/technology-and-innovation/material-world Volvo: Volvo Cars to go leather-free in all pure electric cars as part of animal welfare ambitions https://www.media.volvocars.com/us/en-us/media/pressreleases/286448/volvo-cars-to-go-leather-free-in-all-pure-electric-cars-as-part-of-animal-welfare-ambitions Mercedes-Benz: Vision EQXX https://www.mercedes-benz.com/en/vehicles/passenger-cars/concept-cars/vision-eqxx-the-new-benchmark-of-effiency/ Porsche: Digital, clear, sustainable: the interior of the new Porsche Taycan https://newsroom.porsche.com/en/2019/products/porsche-taycan-interior-digital-clear-sustainable-18432.html IEA: Iron and steel technology roadmap https://www.iea.org/reports/iron-and-steel-technology-roadmap VW inks green steel deal for automotive manufacturing as it focuses on sustainable supply chains https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/vw-inks-green-steel-deal-as-it-focuses-on-sustainable-supply-chains/ Polestar seeks sustainable automotive supply-chain partners for carbon-neutral car https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/polestar-seeks-sustainable-automotive-supply-chain-partners-for-carbon-neutral-car/ BMW considers lifecycle of a vehicle with fully-recyclable car https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/bmw-considers-lifecycle-of-a-vehicle-with-fully-recyclable-car/
Mar 23, 2022
How can electric-vehicle batteries become more sustainable?
Electromobility and sustainability are two intertwined megatrends reshaping the automotive industry. However, electric-vehicle (EV) batteries are still a major source of emissions. Autovista24 editor Phil Curry, deputy editor Tom Geggus, and journalist Rebeka Shaid discuss how carmakers, suppliers, technology companies and governments are transforming the essential electric component. Show notes How can electric-vehicle batteries become more sustainable? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-can-electric-vehicle-batteries-become-more-sustainable/ RTL: Rock Tech Lithium to Collaborate with Fraunhofer Institute and Circulor to pursue CO2 neutral lithium https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/rock-tech-lithium-to-collaborate-with-fraunhofer-institute-and-circulor-to-pursue-co2-neutral-lithium-301503689.html MB: Mercedes-Benz establishes sustainable battery recycling: Own recycling plant to start in 2023 https://group-media.mercedes-benz.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko.xhtml?oid=52769309&viewType=list VW: Volkswagen Group on course for New Auto: deliveries of battery-electric vehicles doubled in 2021 -https://www.volkswagen-newsroom.com/en/press-releases/volkswagen-group-on-course-for-new-auto-deliveries-of-battery-electric-vehicles-doubled-in-2021-7705 BMW: From raw material to recycling: BMW Group develops sustainable material cycle for battery cells https://www.press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0312348EN/from-raw-material-to-recycling:-bmw-group-develops-sustainable-material-cycle-for-battery-cells?language=en Volkswagen Group joins the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance https://www.volkswagen-newsroom.com/en/press-releases/volkswagen-group-joins-the-initiative-for-responsible-mining-assurance-irma-7812 Northvolt to open third EV-battery gigafactory in Germany https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/northvolt-open-third-gigafactory-in-germany/ VW secures lithium supply in deal with Vulcan Energy https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/vw-secures-lithium-supply-in-deal-with-vulcan-energy/ ECCUC: Sustainable batteries: member states ready to start negotiations with Parliament https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2022/03/17/sustainable-batteries-member-states-ready-to-start-negotiations-with-parliament/ Circularise: Circularise partners with 4 organisations to develop a Blockchain-based Circular system for Assessing Rare Earth Sustainability https://www.circularise.com/press-releases/circularise-partners-with-4-organisations-to-develop-a-blockchain-based-circular-system-for-assessing-rare-earth-sustainability
Mar 9, 2022
Which carmakers are updating their electric vehicle strategies?
As the automotive industry embraces electric vehicles (EVs) and new car technologies, OEMs are constantly developing their electrification plans. Targets and deadlines for electrified cars, connected-car systems, and autonomous vehicles are shifting on a yearly basis as OEMs prepare to introduce new powertrains. Autovista24 deputy editor Tom Geggus, and editor Phil Curry, cover the latest developments of Stellantis, Hyundai and Kia.
Feb 24, 2022
How could Russia’s invasion of Ukraine impact the European automotive industry?
With Russia escalating its aggression towards Ukraine into an invasion, severe sanctions are inevitable. Depending on how the situation plays out in the coming weeks or months, the European automotive market will see an impact as well. In this special episode, Autovista24 editor Phil Curry, Autovista Group chief economist Christof Engelskirchen, and Autovista Group director of valuations Roland Strilka discuss the possible scenarios for the industry.
Feb 23, 2022
Europe’s weak new-car markets boost used-car transactions and prices
Europe’s big five new-car markets are forecast to be at least 7% smaller in 2025 than in 2019. Meanwhile, used-car markets look set to exceed pre-pandemic sales levels in 2022, but by how much? Autovista Group’s chief economist Christof Engelskirchen, Autovista24 senior data journalist Neil King, and Autovista24 journalist Tom Geggus, discuss new-car and used-car markets, influences, and outlooks. Show notes Europe’s big five new-car markets to stay under pre-pandemic level in 2025 https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/europe-five-new-car-markets-forecast-2025/ Europe’s used-car markets on track to exceed pre-pandemic level in 2022 https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/analysis-europe-used-car-market-exceed-pre-pandemic-levels/ Sales of new and used-electric vehicles to grow in 2022, but challenges abound https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/webinar-sales-new-used-electric-cars-grow-in-2022/ Monthly Market Update: Used-car pricing boom across Europe extends…
Feb 16, 2022
What challenges are emerging from the automotive industry's transition to electrification?
Electrically-chargeable vehicle numbers are growing in Europe. While this offers a number of benefits, it also raises various challenges for governments, workers and drivers. The Autovista24 team discusses some of the most pressing issues caused by electrification.
Jan 27, 2022
How significant is motorsport to the automotive industry as technologies change?
For years, motorsport has been considered a crucible where carmakers and suppliers alike can test new technology and components before putting them into road-going vehicles. But as the automotive industry advances rapidly with new innovations, is racing as important for research?
Jan 12, 2022
CES 2022: What automotive technology stole this year’s show?
Personalised emotive paintwork, 1,000km electrified range, and swarm-enabled autonomy were just some of the innovations on display at CES 2022. Autovista24’s editor Phil Curry and journalist Tom Geggus consider what technology stole the show this year. Show notes CES 2022: BMW captures driver emotions through new technologies https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/ces-2022-bmw-unveils-new-technologies/ CES 2022: Sony launches mobility company to bring vehicles to market https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/ces-2022-sony-launches-mobility-vehicle-company/ CES 2022: Stellantis showcases electric and autonomous-transport technology https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/ces-2022-stellantis-showcases-electric-autonomous-transport-technology/ CES 2022: VW, Ford, and Zeekr work with Mobileye on autonomous tech https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/volkswagen-ford-zeekr-autonomous-tech-development/ CES 2022: Hyundai reveals its ‘Metamobility’ concept https://auto…
Dec 28, 2021
What can 2021 teach us for the next 12 months?
After an enormously difficult 2020, this year has served as a hard reset for the automotive industry. The sector saw massive movements concerning sustainability, semiconductors, registrations and motorshows. But what did we learn from these topics, and how will they shape the market in 2022? In this episode of the Autovista24 podcast, the team discuss how the market may develop through the next 12 months and beyond. Show notes How has the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the automotive market? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-has-covid19-pandemic-reshaped-the-automotive-market/ Electric vehicles are going vegan https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/electric-vehicles-are-going-vegan/ VW secures lithium supply in deal with Vulcan Energy https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/vw-secures-lithium-supply-in-deal-with-vulcan-energy/ Toyota invests €62 billion in electrification push for 30 new BEVs https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/toyota-invests-billions-in-e…
Dec 16, 2021
How is the COVID pandemic helping reshape the automotive market?
The emergence of the Omicron variant has put COVID-19 firmly back in the spotlight. But how has the automotive industry adapted since those first strict lockdowns in 2020? Autovista24's Phil Curry, Tom Geggus and Neil King discuss developments and the future of the automotive market in the latest episode of the Autovista24 podcast.
Dec 8, 2021
How can the safety of autonomous vehicles be measured?
Autonomous vehicles could help make roads safer, freeing people of a complex and sometimes dangerous task. But how can the safety of these advanced systems be measured? Autovista24 journalist Tom Geggus speaks with UK Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) safety researcher Ben Simpson about motoring-safety metrics. Show notes Who is developing autonomous-vehicle technology and how will they market it? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/who-is-developing-autonomous-vehicle-technology-and-how-will-they-market-it/ Do autonomous vehicles support the quest for sustainable mobility? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/do-autonomous-vehicles-support-the-quest-for-sustainable-mobility/ What is an autonomous vehicle? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/what-is-an-autonomous-vehicle/ Would you trust an autonomous vehicle? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/podcast-would-you-trust-autonomous-vehicle/
Dec 1, 2021
Are valuations of automotive newcomers like Tesla justified?
The automotive industry is undergoing a period of transformation, from electrification to digitisation. All this change is creating opportunities for startups. These new car companies are generating large amounts of interest and even larger valuations. But are these valuations justified? Show notes Are car subscriptions the way forward? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/are-car-subscriptions-the-way-forward/ COP26 and the automotive world: the key talking points https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/cop26-and-the-automotive-world-the-key-talking-points/ A sustainable automotive industry? Cars, climate change and COP26 https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/a-sustainable-automotive-industry-cars-climate-change-and-cop26/ Power beyond the plug: alternative EV charging https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/power-beyond-the-plug-alternative-ev-charging/ Updated: Hertz invests in 100,000 Tesla EVs for rental fleets in US and Europe https://autovista24.autovistagr…
Nov 17, 2021
A sustainable automotive industry? Cars, climate change and COP26
COP26 drew the world’s attention as governments, environmental groups and industry gurus decided the best way to tackle climate change. On 13 November, an agreement was finally reached, with a last-minute change in wording to phase down, rather than phase out the use of unabated coal. But what does this, and other COP26 arrangements mean for the automotive industry and its sustainability efforts? Show notes UN: Era free of fossil-fuel-powered vehicles comes into focus at COP26 https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/11/1105462 CLEPA: Joint Responsible Supply Chain Initiative launched https://clepa.eu/mediaroom/joint-responsible-supply-chain-initiative-launched-to-support-sustainability-performance-of-companies/ Polestar: Polestar to car industry at COP26: too little, too slowly https://media.polestar.com/global/en/media/pressreleases/640699 Greenpeace: Major global economies and car manufacturers fail to sign even the weakest of agreements on electric vehicles at COP26 https://www.gree…
Nov 3, 2021
Batteries and hydrogen: the new ‘two-fuel’ future?
The age of petrol and diesel is coming to an end as stricter emissions regulations loom and sales of new fossil-fuelled models are phased out. Could batteries and hydrogen be viable successors in a new ‘two-fuel’ future? The Autovista24 team discusses mobility’s next evolutionary environmental step. Show notes Fit for 55: European Union to end sale of petrol and diesel models by 2035 https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/fit-for-55-european-union-to-end-sale-of-petrol-and-diesel-models-by-2035/ EV registrations in Europe continue to surge in third quarter https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/ev-registrations-in-europe-continue-to-surge-in-third-quarter/ How Norway and pop band A-ha paved the way for electric-car adoption https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-norway-and-pop-band-a-ha-paved-the-way-for-electric-car-adoption/ ElevenEs to build LFP battery gigafactory in Serbia https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/elevenes-to-build-lfp-battery-gigafa…
Oct 20, 2021
Making sense of automotive manufacturing and supply chains
Today, how vehicles are produced garners almost as much attention as the vehicles themselves. With disrupted supply chains, environmental targets, and the development of new technologies, this is a decisive moment for automotive production. The Autovista24 team examines modern-day manufacturing. Show notes Car parts prices soar 44% due to near-monopoly market in Germany https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/car-parts-prices-soar-44-due-to-near-monopoly-market-in-germany/ How will Macron’s €30 billion revival plan impact transport in France? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/how-will-macrons-e30-billion-revival-plan-impact-transport-in-france/ German states criticise Stellantis’ approach to Opel https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/german-states-criticise-stellantis-approach-to-opel/ Automotive industry accused of trying to derail emissions standards https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/automotive-industry-accused-of-trying-to-derail-emissions-standa…
Oct 6, 2021
What is driving consumer awareness of EVs?
From new technologies to improved infrastructure and external influences, car buyers are becoming more alert to the potential of electrically-chargeable vehicles (EVs). The Autovista24 team discusses what is boosting awareness, including the current fuel ‘crisis’ in the UK. Show notes What is an EV? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/what-is-an-ev/ Rolls-Royce plans first BEV for 2023 https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/rolls-royce-plans-first-bev-for-2023/ Lucid Motors to launch in Europe https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/lucid-motors-to-launch-in-europe/ Nio to bring ET7 premium electric sedan to Germany https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/nio-to-bring-et7-premium-electric-sedan-to-germany/ Saddling up for the EV-technology gold rush https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/saddling-up-for-the-ev-technology-gold-rush/ Are EVs as green as they seem? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/are-evs-green-they-seem/ Germany mandates EV charg…
Sep 22, 2021
Getting to grips with the graphical user interface
Altia recently published its graphical user interface (GUI) global trends report. The developer examined how current industry megatrends are shaping the development of the critical system. It considered factors such as the semiconductor shortage, user demand and working practices. Autovista24 journalist Tom Geggus spoke with Altia’s CEO, Mike Juran, about the study and its findings. Show notes IAA Mobility 2021: Electromobility, sustainability and autonomy https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/iaa-mobility-2021-electromobility-sustainability-and-autonomy/ Megatrends and reveals at IAA Mobility 2021 https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/megatrends-and-reveals-at-iaa-mobility-2021/ IAA Mobility 2021: A new event concept for a new automotive age https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/iaa-mobility-2021-a-new-event-concept-for-a-new-automotive-age/ Head-up display: gimmick or godsend? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/head-display-gimmick-or-godsend/ CES 2021:…
Sep 9, 2021
Megatrends and reveals at IAA Mobility 2021
This year’s IAA event is all about mobility, embracing its new home in Munich by taking to the streets and showing vehicles in motion. The Autovista24 team discusses whether the new concept should be adopted at other motoring shows and considers the big reveals and announcements from IAA Mobility 2021. Show notes Audi goes for two cars in one with its new electric Skysphere concept https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/audi-goes-for-two-cars-in-one-with-its-new-electric-skysphere-concept/ What is an autonomous vehicle? https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/what-is-an-autonomous-vehicle/ IAA Mobility 2021: Hyundai to end ICE sales by 2035 with BEV and hydrogen focus https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/iaa-mobility-2021-hyundai-to-end-ice-sales-by-2035-with-bev-and-hydrogen-focus/ IAA Mobility 2021: A new event concept for a new automotive age https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/iaa-mobility-2021-a-new-event-concept-for-a-new-automotive-age/ Launch Reports…
Aug 19, 2021
Does concept-car design address automotive industry challenges?
With live industry events taking place again, concept vehicles are once more taking centre stage at automotive exhibitions. But how do these designs influence the automotive industry as it adopts new tech such as electric, autonomous driving and the connected car? Autovista24 editor Phil Curry, chief economist Christof Engelskirchen and senior data journalist Neil King share their thoughts on the subject.
Aug 11, 2021
What can the automotive industry learn from historic cybersecurity issues?
In the connected world, no one is safe from the threat of cyber attacks. In the last decade, particular sectors like healthcare and government have taken some hard knocks. The automotive industry does not appear to have been targeted in the same way, but is this about to change? Tom Geggus, Autovista24 journalist, speaks with Autovista Group’s information security director Jon Winterburn to get the full download.
Jul 28, 2021
How are vehicle manufacturers handling the switch to electric?
As the need to electrify intensifies, how does the automotive industry feel about the development and production of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs)? Autovista24 editor Phil Curry attended the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) Test Day, a UK event bringing together journalists and automotive executives. This special podcast recorded at the event features interviews with: - Mike Hawes, chief executive of the SMMT - Mike Orford, head of press and PR at Volkswagen UK - Oliver Rowe, product affairs manager at Ford of Britain - David Crouch, senior press officer at Toyota GB
Jul 14, 2021
Securing solutions to the semiconductor shortage
As the automotive industry undergoes a period of electrification and digitisation, electronic components have become increasingly important. This makes any disruption in their supply hugely problematic. Autovista24 journalist Tom Geggus speaks with Dr Wolfgang Weber, CEO of the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (ZVEI), about the bottleneck of semiconductors. Show notes A brave new world – leasing, semiconductors, e-storage and recycling https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/podcast-brave-new-world-leasing-semiconductors-e-storage-and-recycling/ Bosch opens high-tech semiconductor facility in Dresden https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/bosch-opens-high-tech-semiconductor-facility-dresden/ Semiconductor factory fire in Japan adds to global shortage https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/semiconductor-factory-fire-japan-adds-global-shortage/ Semiconductor shortages stunt automotive recovery https://autovista24.autovistagroup.com/news/semi…
Jun 30, 2021
Examining the burgeoning BEV market
As the automotive sector undergoes an electric transition, Autovista24 examines the burgeoning battery-electric vehicle (BEV) market. From regulations to incentives and residual values, Autovista Group experts answer some of the biggest industry questions. Autovista24 journalist Tom Geggus speaks with Christof Engelskirchen, Autovista Group’s chief economist, Ana Azofra, regional head of valuations and insights, Spain, Andreas Geilenbrügge, head of valuations and insights at Schwacke, and Sonja Nehls, managing director of Car To Market and Consulting.
Jun 16, 2021
Who met their CO2 emissions targets?
Carmakers were required to meet strict CO2 emissions targets in 2020. With these figures set to get even stricter in 2021, Autovista24's editorial team discuss who achieved, and who missed their goals, and the fines they will face.
Jun 2, 2021
Has the automotive industry become driven by regulations?
Are regulations responsible for the fast pace of changes seen across the automotive market? Join Christof Engelskirchen, Autovista Group’s chief economist, Phil Curry, Daily Brief editor and journalist Tom Geggus in the latest Autovista Group Podcast to find out. Show notes Carmakers successfully pooled emissions to meet 2020 EU targets https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/carmakers-successfully-pooled-emissions-meet-2020-eu-targets Hitting the target: Lone carmakers that successfully reduced their emissions https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/hitting-target-lone-carmakers-successfully-reduced-their-emissions Swedish ICE ban would not drastically aid climate targets https://www.autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/swedish-ice-ban-would-not-drastically-aid-climate-targets Is the automotive industry waking up to hydrogen’s potential? https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/automotive-industry-waking-hydrogens-potential Are EVs as green as they seem? https:/…
May 19, 2021
Should Automated Lane-Keeping Systems be labelled ‘self-driving’?
Should Automated Lane-Keeping Systems (ALKS) be labelled ‘self-driving’? Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus speaks with David Williams, AXA’s managing director overseeing underwriting and technical services. As the insurance company’s driverless cars expert, he is ideally placed to help define self-driving technology. Show notes The UK’s paved and winding road towards driver-assisted vehicles https://www.autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/uks-paved-and-winding-road-towards-driver-assisted-vehicles Levels of autonomy refined to prevent misinterpretation https://www.autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/levels-autonomy-refined-prevent-misinterpretation Tesla Autopilot promotion branded ‘misleading’ in Germany https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/tesla-autopilot-promotion-branded-misleading-germany Podcast: Would you trust an autonomous vehicle? https://www.autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/podcast-would-you-trust-autonomous-vehicle
May 5, 2021
Carmakers take aim at electrification targets
Carmakers are taking aim at electrification targets. Some manufacturers have laid out ambitious plans, while others are making more gradual transitions. Autovista Group Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus discusses these targets with editor Phil Curry and senior data journalist Neil King. Show notes Stellantis targets 70% electrified-vehicle sales in Europe in 2030 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/stellantis-targets-70-electrified-vehicle-sales-europe-2030 Volvo to go all electric and online by 2030 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/volvo-go-all-electric-and-online-2030 Honda targets 100% BEV and hydrogen sales with improved carbon-neutrality http://www.autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/honda-targets-100-bev-and-hydrogen-sales-improved-carbon-neutrality Renault aims to achieve European carbon neutrality in 2040 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/renault-aims-achieve-european-carbon-neutrality-2040 Can the automotive industry carve out a sustainabl…
Apr 21, 2021
Can the automotive industry carve out a sustainable future?
The automotive industry is seeking ways to become more responsible for its environmental impact. Autovista Group's Daily Brief team discusses ways in which companies are doing this...
Apr 7, 2021
Would you trust an autonomous vehicle?
Autonomy is at the cutting edge of automotive advancement. But would you trust a ‘self-driving' car? Autovista Group Daily Brief editor Phil Curry and journalist Tom Geggus discuss full vehicle automation, advanced driver-assistance systems, and how they could change the road forever. Show notes SEAT’s speed detection system could drive down fines https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/seats-speed-detection-system-could-drive-down-fines Making the CASE for advanced commercial vehicles https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/making-case-advanced-commercial-vehicles Continental concentrates on autonomous tech https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/continental-concentrates-autonomous-tech VW aims for commercialised autonomous systems in 2025 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/vw-aims-commercialised-autonomous-systems-2025 Facing autonomous disillusionment https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/facing-autonomous-disillusionment
Mar 23, 2021
A brave new world - leasing, semiconductors, e-storage and recycling
Senior data journalist Neil King and Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus discuss some of the biggest automotive news topics from the past fortnight. The pair consider leasing by Lidl, the semiconductors shortage, Shell’s electricity-storage system and battery-recycling initiatives. Show notes Lidl supermarket chain offers car leasing online in Germany https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/lidl-supermarket-chain-offers-car-leasing-online-germany Semiconductor factory fire in Japan adds to global shortage https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/semiconductor-factory-fire-japan-adds-global-shortage Europe sets sights on semiconductor production https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/europe-sets-sights-semiconductor-production Shell trials on-site, battery-powered, electricity-storage system https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/shell-trials-site-battery-powered-electricity-storage-system Reuse and recycle: a mantra for EV-battery manufacturing https://autovista…
Mar 15, 2021
What benefits and challenges come with functions-on-demand tech in the used-car market?
What are functions-on-demand and how does the technology halo they bring transfer through to the used-car market? Autovista Group's chief economist Christof Engelskirchen and managing director, consulting, Sonja Nehls, discuss the impact of the tech on potential customers and traders of these used cars and the impact on residual values.
Mar 9, 2021
How is European automotive adapting to pandemic and climate-change fallout?
Daily Brief editor Phil Curry and journalist Tom Geggus discuss key activities and developments in the European automotive sector from the past fortnight. These include COVID-19’s effect on the uptake of mobility-as-a-service (MAAS), different fuel types, and autonomous technology. Show notes Cazoo buys Cluno as CaaS options increase https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/cazoo-buys-cluno-caas-options-increase Significant downturns in European registrations in February https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/significant-downturns-european-registrations-february Lockdown drives German new-car registrations down by 19% in February https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/lockdown-drives-german-new-car-registrations-down-19-february February UK new-car registrations plunge to level of 1959 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/february-uk-new-car-registrations-plunge-level-1959 VW accelerates towards electric and digital future https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-…
Feb 23, 2021
How does electric impact residual values and used-car strategies?
The Autovista Group Daily Brief team takes a look at some of the biggest automotive trends of the past fortnight. Phil Curry, Neil King and Tom Geggus discuss electrically-chargeable vehicle residual values, electromobility strategies and modular electric platforms. Show notes Surging demand for new BEVs mounts pressure on residual values https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/surging-demand-new-bevs-mounts-pressure-residual-values France invests €100 million in EV-charging infrastructure https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/france-invests-eu100-million-ev-charging-infrastructure Call for one million public EV chargers in the EU by 2024 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/call-one-million-public-ev-chargers-eu-2024 Ford to be zero-emission capable in Europe by 2026 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/ford-be-zero-emission-capable-europe-2026 Jaguar makes BEV and hydrogen changes on path to net zero https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/jagu…
Feb 9, 2021
Jumpstarting 2021 - registrations, electromobility and motor shows
The Autovista Group Daily Brief team takes a look into some of the biggest automotive news stories of the past fortnight. Phil Curry and Tom Geggus discuss January’s new-car registrations, how carmakers like Ford, Hyundai, and Daimler are tackling electromobility, and whether there should be automotive shows this year. Show notes EU new-car registrations to start recovery in second half of 2021 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/eu-new-car-registrations-start-recovery-second-half-2021 Deceptively shaky start to 2021 new-car registrations across Europe https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/deceptively-shaky-start-2021-new-car-registrations-across-europe Germany: new-car registrations down 31% in January https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/germany-new-car-registrations-down-31-january UK new-car market suffers ‘worst start to the year since 1970’ https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/uk-new-car-market-suffers-worst-start-year-1970 EVs make great st…
Jan 26, 2021
The big tech trends of CES 2021
Which automotive technologies stole the spotlight at CES 2021? Autovista Group’s chief economist Dr Christof Engelskirchen, Daily Brief editor Phil Curry, and journalist Tom Geggus review some of the big tech trends at this year’s show. They discuss the unveiling of new electric models, batteries and bases. How futuristic concepts like autonomous vehicles and VTOLs are taking off, the growth of infotainment systems and how this year’s digital platform changed CES. Catch up on all the related articles below: Five-minute-charge battery the answer to range anxiety? https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/five-minute-charge-battery-answer-range-anxiety CES 2021: The big automotive trends https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/ces-2021-big-automotive-trends CES 2021: Sono Motors unveils second-generation solar car https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/ces-2021-sono-motors-unveils-second-generation-solar-car CES 2021: Panasonic looks ahead with augmented-reality…
Jan 12, 2021
The engines of the future
As emissions regulations and consumer demand spur manufacturers towards greener mobility, what will power tomorrow’s vehicles? Autovista Group’s chief economist Dr Christof Engelskirchen, Daily Brief editor Phil Curry, and journalist Tom Geggus contemplate the engines of the future. The trio ask; how essential are incentives to the purchase of new battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), and what might their value be once used? Are plug-in electric hybrids (PHEVs) an essential stepping stone or a potential hurdle for electrification? Will internal combustion engines (ICEs) be left to rot or might they see a second wind? And is hydrogen a beacon of possibility or a doomed dream? Catch up on all the related articles below: Launch Report: Volkswagen ID.3 https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/launch-report-volkswagen-id3 Honda e – taking the ‘retro and cute’ route https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/honda-e-taking-retro-and-cute-route Mini Electric – Premium and powe…
Dec 16, 2020
How might self-driving cars change us?
From challenges to breakthroughs and new applications, 2020 has been an important year for autonomous technology. But how might these advances change the relationship between vehicles and people? Autovista Group Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus speaks with Shaun Helman, chief scientist for behavioural and data sciences, and Camilla Fowler, head of automated transport, from the UK Transport Research Laboratory to find out. Catch up with some of Autovista Group’s other autonomous vehicle insights from 2020. The long road to autonomy https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/long-road-autonomy Facing autonomous disillusionment https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/facing-autonomous-disillusionment Keeping up with autonomous cars https://autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/podcast-used-cars-and-ice-bans-manufacturers-get-smart
Nov 23, 2020
Used cars and ICE bans as manufacturers get smart
The Autovista Group Daily Brief team discusses the latest used-car figures from around Europe and the implications of internal combustion engine bans, as manufacturers establish smart city projects to develop sustainable infrastructures...
Nov 9, 2020
How COVID-19, electromobility and technology are changing fleets
The automotive industry has been dominated by certain significant topics in the last year; from coronavirus to electromobility, and new technologies. But how have developments impacted one of the most important automotive sectors? Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus discusses the opportunities and challenges facing fleets with Autovista Group’s chief economist Christof Engelskirchen. Catch up with the first three instalments from this series on the Autovista Group website. How has COVID-19 impacted fleets? autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/how-has-covid-19-impacted-fleets How is electromobility changing fleets? autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/how-electromobility-changing-fleets How will technology shape the future of fleets? autovistagroup.com/news-and-insights/how-will-technology-shape-future-fleets Also, check out Tom and Christof's articles on autonomous vehicles as mentioned in the podcast. The long road to autonomy autovistagroup.com/index.php/news-and-insights/long-…
Oct 26, 2020
Tracking automotive markets, recalls and emissions
In its latest podcast, the Autovista Group Daily Brief team discusses the new Monthly Market Dashboard, plug-in hybrid (PHEV) recalls and manufacturer emissions targets...
Oct 12, 2020
Stalling sales and Brexit woes
In its latest podcast, the Autovista Group Daily Brief team discusses Europe's fluctuating registrations, developments in EV battery manufacturing and more complications arising from Brexit...
Oct 9, 2020
How design plays a part in car residuals
Autovista Group's Chief Economist Christof Engelskirchen talks with Sam Livingstone, director at Car Design Research, about the role of design in the success of a newly launched vehicle, how little things can add a lot of character and how a good design can benefit residual values. Sam shares several very precise insights that you cannot afford to miss...
Sep 28, 2020
Back to basics with Brexit, emissions and electric vehicles
The Autovista Group Daily Brief team takes a look at some of the challenges the automotive industry is facing, besides the ongoing complications caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In this episode, emissions regulations, Brexit and the increased need for electric vehicles are up for discussion.
Sep 21, 2020
Up in the air: software updates and the future of vehicles
Special guest Szabolcs Jánky, head of product management for aiSim at AImotive, talks with Autovista Group Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus. The topic up for discussion: how over-the-air-software updates are changing the future of vehicles...
Sep 21, 2020
The key automotive themes following coronavirus lockdowns
As the automotive industry adapts following the European lockdowns brought about by COVID-19, Phil Curry looks back at some of the discussions surrounding new and emerging trends.
Sep 14, 2020
Breaking down registrations, fuel types and supply chains
The Autovista Group Daily Brief team discusses the biggest automotive news stories of the last fortnight. In this episode, Neil King examines Europe's registration figures, Phil Curry focuses on fuel types, and Tom Geggus studies battery supply chains.
Aug 17, 2020
Running the numbers on incentives, registrations and residual values
The Autovista Group Daily Brief Team discusses the biggest automotive news stories of the last fortnight. In this episode, Tom Geggus talks incentive schemes, Neil King reviews registration figures and returning special guest Christof Engelskirchen wraps up residual values.
Aug 3, 2020
Three Speeds Of Lockdown Emergence
The Autovista Group Daily Brief Team discusses the biggest automotive topics of the last fortnight. In this episode, Neil King discusses the differing residual value developments in Europe, Tom Geggus looks at bi-directional EV charging and Phil Curry suggests the CES 2021 cancellation will have more of an impact on the industry than any other show. Plus a round-up of some of the latest developments in electrification.
Jul 28, 2020
Electric Mobility - Leveraging Brand To Drive Adoption
Autovista Group’s chief economist Christof Engelskirchen speaks to Liz Olsen, senior strategy director and Ben Osborne, head of insights at brand specialists Siegel+Gale, about the role of the brand in the adoption of electric vehicles. This podcast unravels and de-fluffs the brand black box and what role a brand plays in leading customers on the journey to electric mobility.
Jul 24, 2020
Coronavirus and electric-vehicle development
Special guest Ralf Sulzbach, senior project manager, consulting, at Autovista Group, speaks with Daily Brief journalist Tom Geggus about the impact of COVID-19 on electric-vehicle development, from advanced battery technology to incentive schemes…
Jul 20, 2020
Tracking, tracing and new entrants to the automotive market
Phil Curry, Tom Geggus and Neil King discuss how the automotive industry is seeing a host of new and returning manufacturers take advantage of fresh technology or expanding market gaps. Plus an update on incentive schemes, European sales and how track and trace applies to vehicle manufacturing…
Jul 6, 2020
A recovery from coronavirus?
Tom Geggus, Phil Curry and special guest Christof Engelskirchen, Autovista Group's chief economist, discuss a surprise in recent European registrations, the impact of COVID-19 on the automotive market and how autonomous technology will benefit from collaboration...
Jun 22, 2020
The automotive industry strives for survival
The Autovista Group Daily Brief team is back with another insightful look into some of the biggest news stories of the past fortnight. This time around, Phil Curry, Tom Geggus and Neil King discuss an investigation into the PSA-FCA merger, incentive schemes rolling out across Europe and how Toyota is revolutionising the crash test...
Jun 11, 2020
Podcast: How is the industry faring in a post-coronavirus world?
Autovista Group's Daily Brief team looks at recent sales figures announcements, and discusses how carmakers, environmentalists and show organisers are meeting the challenges of a post-coronavirus industry.
Jun 5, 2020
Imagine A World With No Private-Car Ownership
Georg Bauer, Founder of used car subscription site Fair.com tells Christof Engelskirchen, Autovista Group’s chief economist, why - after a career as a ‘traditional auto guy’ - he felt it necessary to focus on improving the used car-buying experience. He tells us how and why Fair.com does just that and how the role of car dealers may change in the future.
Jun 1, 2020
From Leasing Company To Mobility Provider - ALD Automotive
Autovista's Chief Economist, Christof Engelskirchen speaks to John Saffrett, Deputy CEO of ALD Automotive, about how a leasing company needs to "build muscle" to create a truly digital customer experience. They discuss the remarketing risks for the internal combustion engine and how used car markets needs to be built to be able to absorb the increasing amount of electric vehicles.
May 28, 2020
Coronavirus impact on automotive retail
The Daily Brief's Tom Geggus, Phil Curry and Neil King discuss how coronavirus has impacted the world of automotive sales. From financial results to dealerships and the aftermarket, the team set out to find how the industry is starting to fight back against COVID-19
May 17, 2020
Car remarketing post-pandemic And Beyond
Christof Engelskirchen speaks to Wolfgang E Reinhold, president of the European Car Remarketing Association (CARA) to find out how the coronavirus pandemic is likely to affect used-car sales in the future.
May 14, 2020
News analysis: How coronavirus is affecting sales, shows and technology
Phil Curry, Neil King and Tom Geggus come together again to discuss European sales figures, and look at how micromobility, fleets and shows may suffer or prosper in a post-coronavirus world.
Apr 30, 2020
News analysis: Coronavirus side effects and an injection of hydrogen goes a long way
Autovista Group's Daily News Brief team bring you the latest roundup of the last fortnight's news. This time around Phil Curry gets excited about hydrogen, Tom Geggus updates on Volkswagen and Neil King discusses the automotive side effects of the coronavirus impact on the industry...
Apr 16, 2020
Just Like Old Times
Phil Curry, Neil King and Tom Geggus look back over some of the biggest news stories of the past fortnight. With European sales, Brexit, diesel and electric vehicles up for discussion, things feel like they're back to the period before the coronavirus dominated the headlines...
Mar 30, 2020
Coronavirus And The Automotive Industry
Phil Curry, Neil King and Tom Geggus bring you an overview of how coronavirus is affecting the automotive industry, in everything from emissions regulations to public transport...
Mar 12, 2020
The advantages of online sales
Phil Curry talks with Johanna Koch of Autoscout 24 about the benefits on online sales platforms in the automotive industry, and what to expect from the upcoming TCO Awards
Jan 14, 2020
A look back at CES 2020
Phil Curry is joined by Christof Engelskirchen, Sonja Nehls and Sam Keates to discuss their thoughts on the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show, and why automotive companies are increasing their presence at the technology event.
Nov 29, 2019
The connected car
Autovista Group news editor Phil Curry speaks to Stephane Lagresle from Harman about the connected car and why the driver's experience should matter most when developing the technology.