Carlos Tavares

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Uncertainty stalked the stands at this year’s Geneva auto show. Global automakers are planning a $300 billion (€267 billion) investment in electric vehicle technology over the next five to 10 years.

Confidence is a core trait of the car trade. First impressions from last week’s Geneva motor show suggest an industry ready to embrace the greatest re(...)

Interior shot of a self-driving Lexus car.

The coming of the robot car has been screamed loud from every headline and tech blog for the past decade, but increasingly car makers are being more c(...)

Fiat's Centoventi concept. It’s a 120th birthday present to itself (Centoventi…) and is, in is simplest form, a concept version of the next-generation Panda

Jaguar’s nailbiting victory in the European Car of the Year 2019 awards, announced on the eve of the Geneva Motor Show, turned out to be an apt metaph(...)

Nissan’s IMQ concept crossover: Is this the face of the next generation Qashqai?

Geneva’s Palexpo hall, the home of its famed motor show, was practically bursting with electricity on Tuesday, and not all (or even much) of that came(...)

A car dealership in Tianjin, China. Global demand for cars is starting to stall, according to Deloitte, with  recent forecasts showing annual growth limited to between 1.5 and 2.5 per cent. File photograph: Yilei Sun/Reuters

While the first reaction to Honda’s announcement of its UK plant closure was to blame the infernal machinations of Brexit, there may be a larger, more(...)

The world’s major car makers are ramping up production of electric vehicles. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Car makers could be looking down the barrel of massive oversupply of electric vehicles in the market. According to a new report from Deloitte, a “sign(...)

BMW chief Harald Krüger at the Paris Motor Show on Tuesday. ‘If there is no solution, then there will only be losers on both sides,’ he said.  Photograph: Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg

Warnings from motor industry bosses about the consequences of a no-deal Brexit have become significantly more pointed, with BMW chief executive Harald(...)

Carlos Tavares, chief executive officer of PSA Group, speaking at the firm’s plant in Luton. The French carmaker PSA Group plans to end a venture between its Vauxhall brand and rival Renault SA that makes vans at a plant near London

The parent of Peugeot, Citroën, Vauxhall and Opel will continue to build its vans at Vauxhall’s Luton plant following investment from the British gove(...)

Tougher EU emission targets taking effect by 2021 are forcing many car brands to reconsider their model line-ups at the very least. Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images

The future of diesel cars overshadowed all the gleaming new metal unveiled on the opening day of the Geneva motor show. On the eve of show Toyota had (...)

“The world is in chaos” said PSA Peugeot Citroen Opel boss Carlos Tavares as the doors opened on the 2018 Geneva motor show. Speaking in a TV intervie(...)

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