The luxury British car brand is building a new assembly plant in Wales. However, its CEO is warning that leaving the EU without a deal could affect the carmaker's ability to manufacture.
Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll will lead a consortium hoping to pump around $650 million into the struggling sports car manufacturer. He will also use the Aston Martin name for the F1 team his son Lance drives for.
Automotive trade groups have given a dire forecast if the European Union and Britain fail to reach an agreement before the October 31 Brexit deadline. The industry has said it will end up costing "billions of euros."
Car production has fallen to its lowest levels since the 2008 financial crisis, according to a new report. Industry leaders say the damage is "enormous," but nothing like the "devastation" a no-deal Brexit would have.
In view of tougher emissions' standards, carmakers across the world are racing to bring more electric vehicle to our roads. At the Geneva Motor Show Janelle Dumalaon has found the industry ahead of a transformative year.
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