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Industry highlights week 31 Oct – 04 Nov 2022

Nissan Says Talks With Renault Focused On EV Investment

Nissan’s talks with Renault are focused on optimising their investment in electric vehicles and strengthening their competitiveness as equal partners, the Japanese automaker’s CEO told Reuters today.

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Fleet Owners Should Expect Increased Pressure To Decarbonise

Shell and Deloitte released new research revealing that more than two thirds (68%) of fleet owners expect the pressure to decarbonise – from regulators, customers and employees – to increase over time.

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All New Nissan X-Trail To Be Unveiled At Pat Tiernan Motors, Limerick

EV drivers in Limerick will be among the first in Ireland to feast their eyes on the eagerly awaited all-new Nissan X-Trail e-POWER after Pat Tiernan Motors was chosen to unveil the new family crossover and latest addition to Nissan’s full range of electrified vehicles.

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GM Plans New EV Startup Business Model For Europe

Five years ago, General Motors sold its European operations — including its Opel and Vauxhall brands — to Stellantis. It looked at the time as though GM was through with Europe, and vice versa. Then earlier this year, GM CEO Mary Barra surprised the automotive world by announcing the company was planning to re-enter the European market.

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Norwegian EV Sales Back Up From September

In Norway, 9,727 electric cars were newly registered in October, giving them a market share of 77.5 per cent of the country’s new passenger car registrations. In addition, there were 1,126 plug-in hybrids. The VW ID.4 topped the model ranking in October with 1,014 registrations.

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