Despite the trade uncertainties in the wake of Brexit, or perhaps because of them, the UK is pushing harder than ever to position itself as a future mobility hub. While the years since the referendum have seen a continuous contraction in vehicle sales, there has been a simultaneous push towards connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) development. From an economic perspective, the need to present the region as a worldwide centre for automotive excellence has never been more pressing….
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March 30, 2020