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ACEA/PZPM _ACEA Press Release_Auto industry CEOs set out roadmap for future-proof EU mobility ecosystem

Brussels, 29 November 2023 – On the eve of the COP 28 climate conference, and in the run-up to EU elections next year, the President of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), Luca de Meo, unveiled a manifesto and roadmap for a competitive mobility ecosystem, co-signed by the CEOs of Europe’s major vehicle manufacturers.
ACEA’s Board of Directors also re-elected Mr de Meo to serve a second-year term as President. ACEA’s President is elected for one year, renewable once, by member company CEOs.

ACEA/PZPM_Electric cars: lower-income countries fall behind, with uptake linked to GDP per capita

Published: 08-07-2021

Brussels, 6 July 2021 – Strong national variations in EU sales of electric cars are clearly correlated to a country’s standard of living, according to new research by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA). Battery electric and plug-in hybrid cars made up 10.5% of all new cars sold in the EU last year. However, 10 member states still had a market share of lower than 3%. The analysis demonstrates that consumer uptake of electric cars is directly linked to a country’s GDP per capita, indicating that affordability remains a major issue.

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ACEA/PZPM_Only weeks left to save EU and UK auto sectors from €110 billion ‘no deal’ Brexit disaster

Published: 09-09-2020

Brussels, 14 September 2020 – With just 15 weeks before the Brexit transition period expires, European automotive industry leaders have today joined forces to call for the EU and UK to secure an ambitious free trade agreement (FTA) without further delay. Negotiators on both sides must now pull out all the stops to avoid 'no deal' at the end of the transition, which according to new calculations would cost the pan-European automotive sector some €110 billion in lost trade over the next five years, putting jobs at risk in a sector that supports 14.6 million livelihoods, representing one in 15 of EU and UK jobs.

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