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The official U.K. government website touts “hundreds of thousands of extra charge points” are in the pipeline with this law.
Because of the usual holiday-related plant downtime, on top of stoppages and slowdowns that still will be caused by the ongoing supply-chain disruptions, vehicle production for the U.S. market will weaken enough in December that inventory likely declines after rising in November. However, growth is expected to continue in Q1-2022.
Despite another round of production cuts, there remain signs the supply-chain problems are abating in North America, including that first-in-a-long-time sequential gains in October for U.S. light-vehicle sales and inventory continue in November.
More BEV CUVs are set to hit the U.S. market in the next year, with L.A. show debuts from Hyundai, Kia, Toyota, Subaru, Fisker and Nissan. We evaluate their chances.
Class 4 soared 54.3%, while the rest of the group posted losses. Year-to-date comparisons with 2020 were still positive for all but Class 7.
Class 5 and Class 7 bolstered medium- and heavy-duty truck sales for the month.
Car sales in Mexico fell 9.8% in October, while light-truck sales experienced a 1.5% drop.
Supply Disruptions Causing Global Production in 2021 to Fall Dangerously Close to Pandemic-Impacted 2020 Totals
Europe and North America are heading toward year-over-year declines in 2021, while China, though forecast for an increase, is ending the year with a resurgence in losses related to the semiconductor shortage.
North America light vehicle production forecast by vehicle type and country; by manufacturer, vehicle type, and country; by manufacturer, country, and plant; and by manufacturer, platform, and plant by month for 2021-2023. Includes list of models with their associated platform.
The leading seller of battery-electric vehicles has been moving swiftly to secure raw materials for batteries, as shortages loom.
October marked the fourth consecutive month of declines, though year-to-date sales were still positive for Canada light vehicles.
Cleaning up emissions from heavy-duty trucking could come from renewable fuels made from soy or other feedstock. Some major refineries are coming online in the next two years to fill those fuel tanks with renewable diesel.
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