Production of Opel’s new flagship has officially started. With Rüsselsheim’s Mayor Udo Bausch and Opel CEO Michael Lohscheller in attendance, the first new Insignia - a Sports Tourer in Satin Steel Grey - rolled off the production line at the headquarter plant.

In celebration of World EV Day, Nissan marked the production of the 500,000th LEAF, the world's first mass-market 100% electric car.

Volkswagen AG and the automotive supplier Brose are planning to create a joint venture devoted to complete seats, seat structures and seat components.

Toyota Motor Manufacturing France (TMMF) has started production of the new generation Toyota Yaris at its manufacturing plant in Valenciennes in Northern France, on July 6.

In this period of crisis, Groupe PSA reaffirms the strategic importance of a win-win partnership with its suppliers during the "2020 Supplier Awards" which took place on June 10th by videoconference from Poissy.

Nissan Sunderland plant resumed (8th June) vehicle production after almost three months, with a new Nissan Juke the first car off the line.

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland (TMMP), in Jelcz-Laskowice, has started production of the latest generation of the 1.5L petrol engine that has been designed within the overarching framework of Toyota’s New Global Architecture (TNGA).

Toyota Motor Europe (TME) will resume production at its two remaining manufacturing sites in the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom in the week commencing May 25, after restarting its other vehicle and component plants in France (Yaris), Poland (engines and transmissions), Turkey (C-HR and Corolla Sedan), the United Kingdom (Deeside engine plant) and Russia (Camry and RAV4) earlier in May and April.