Stellantis is set to temporarily halt operations at its major Melfi plant in southern Italy from next week due to shortages of various parts, including
A shortage of semiconductors will remain an issue for the auto industry into 2023, BMW’s CEO Oliver Zipse said in an interview with Neue Zuercher
General Motors on Friday said it is set to idle the plant for two weeks in April in Indiana over ongoing semiconductor chip shortages. The
Ford Motor said on Monday vehicle production and orders in Europe have been hit by the ongoing worldwide semiconductor shortage and the military conflict in
Honda Motor said on Thursday that it will decrease factory production by about 10% in two domestic plants by the end of March, due to
Honda Motor said the two of its domestic manufacturing sites will run at 90% of capacity until early March because of a shortage of semiconductors.
Volvo Car Group’s sales declined 20.2% in January due to the global component shortage. Nevertheless, the demand for automaker’s products remained strong. Volvo warned last
Volvo Cars saw their sales decline 18.1% in December due to global component shortage, the automaker said on Wednesday. Volvo has said before that the
General Motors said on Friday that vehicles sold lacking heated and ventilated seats because of the ongoing global semiconductor shortage will be eligible, likely starting
Japanese automakers Honda, Nissan, and Toyota saw their sales decline again in China in October as chip shortage continues to hit production in the country.
Skoda Auto will make about a quarter of a million fewer cars than what was expected this year as the shortage of semiconductor chips continue,
Stellantis on Thursday reported a 14% decline in third-quarter revenue on a pro-forma basis as the ongoing chip shortages have cut planned quarterly production by
Renault said on Friday it would slash output by 500,000 cars this year due to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage. Though the automaker maintained its