1. Japan’s export credit agency will lend Nissan $2B for US sales financing.
  2. FedEx, UPS see delivery van shortage as soaring e-commerce ratcheted up demand for home deliveries.
  3. Denso adds 1.5million fuel pumps to recall for possible failure, involves Honda, Ford, Toyota, Subaru and Mitsubishi vehicles.
  4. UK car output down 18.2% in October.
  5. Mahle to sell all of its shares(50% stake) in Mahle Koening.
  6. Richardo and Amey Consulting(a leading infrastructure, data and analytics provider) to develop multi-industry digitalization services.
    302,587 units Electrified vehicles (BEV-pure electrics,)were sold in European car market in Oct.2020,take 26.8%.
  7. NewMotion and BMW team on Germany home charging.
  8. UK CV output falls by 25.6% in October.
  9. Globally Unique Autonomous Vehicle Development Centre Nears Completion in UK.
  10. Japan to double EV subsidies to promote sales EVs.
  11. Hyundai to export 100,000 EVs in 2020.
  12. Grupo Antolin Q3 sales fall 9.6% to EUR 1.06bn.
  13. Hankook Tire to equip Fiat with its original equipment tire, Kinergy Eco2.
  14. UK car manufacturing down 18% in Oct, with 110,179 units.
  15. Keysight teams with NTU Singapore (Nanyang Technological University) to develop a transceiver test bench for hybrid vehicle-to-everything communication system.
  16. Skoda launches series production of ENYAQ iV at main plant in Mlada Boleslav.
  17. Scania launches EAS( electrically assisted steering).
  18. Audi further improves e-tron(faster charging) product line.
  19. Hyundai unveil name of new SUV: Hyundai Bayon.
  20. Autoliv to relocate production from Sweden to Romania, France.
  21. Peugeot launches Landtrek pickup in Latin America.