Autosalon Klokocka Center expanded the sale of used cars. It was launched in the newly renovated building of Klokocka Office Center in Prague.
Fiat Group plans to begin making Jeeps in China by late 2015 after reaching an agreement with local partner Guangzhou Automobile Group. Fiat and Guangzhou Auto will produce three new Jeep vehicles in the southern city of Guangzhou, Chrysler said Saturday in a statement.
Nissan expects its new compact hatchback will help the company reach its target for a 5 percent European market share by 2016. The hatchback will fill a market niche that Nissan quit when it stopped European sales of the Almera eight years ago.
Renault aims to be Europe’s No. 2 brand by unit sales after Volkswagen, a goal that Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann also has set for his brand. Renault Europe Chairman Stefan Mueller spoke with Automotive News Europe about how Renault will get there.
Daimler is examining whether to build Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia as it seeks to expand its global production base and overtake German rivals BMW and Audi to become the world’s top-selling premium automaker.
Volkswagen Group is shuffling its European production, adding a $1.1 billion euro van plant in Poland and rearranging output of the Porsche Panamera and Cayenne models, and VW Tiguan.
Porsche Automobil Holding SE won the dismissal of a lawsuit seeking 1.4 billion euros ($1.95 billion) over the German carmaker’s aborted takeover of Volkswagen.
Czech Prime Minister, Bohuslav Sobotka visited the Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg on Friday, where he met the Volkswagen Group CEO, Martin Winterkorn and the ŠKODA CEO Winfried Vahland among others.
Volkswagen Group is close to deciding on whether to produce new SUVs for Skoda and Seat at a plant in the Czech Republic or in Spain, a Skoda union leader said this week.
The biggest Czech car dealer Porsche Inter Auto CZ buys competetive company Auto Heller, based in Ostrava and Opava cities. Porsche IA so occupies all the main urban areas in the Czech Republic.
Nissan dealership IN AUTO in Pardubice city delivers the largest fleet of Leaf in Central and Eastern Europe. Trend Park company buys over 17 vehicles and now operates a fleet of 19 electric Leafs.
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