AD #2100 – BMW Lays Out Its Electric Plan, Audi Rates Suppliers on Sustainability, UK Nearly Catches Germany in Sales

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- UK Market Fully Recovering - Audi Now Rates Suppliers on Sustainability - Bosch Sells Starter/Generator Business to Chinese - BMW Lays Out Its Electric Plans - GM Opens the Doors to Its Birthplace - Sculpting Mulally’s Signature Smile

On today's show BMW lays out its plans for electric cars Audi tell suppliers it's going to rate them on sustainability and the U. K. catches Germany in new car sales on that mark coming right up on online daily. Zato Lang daily at the show dedicated to enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Well the read the headlines you think that Europe is in a terrible mess brags it high unemployment refugees running rampant but when it comes to car sales Europe is starting to look quite healthy the European automobile manufacturers. Asian. Reports that light vehicle sales rose 8.4 percent in the first quarter and March they were up more than 11 percent so the market is gaining momentum and here's something that completely escaped our notice. The U. K. almost caught ...

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