Vauxhall owner Stellantis sees Brexit threat to UK factories


Key Topics in this News Article:

News Snapshot:

Vauxhall's parent company has called for the government to renegotiate its Brexit deal with the EU to correct elements that place the future of UK plants at risk. Stellantis, which also has Citroen, Fiat and Peugeot among its stable of brands, used a submission to a parliamentary committee's inquiry on electric vehicle (EV) production to warn it was no longer able to meet Brexit trade rules on where parts are sourced. The company said its commitment, two years ago, to the Luton and Ellesmere Port factories was based on meeting the strict terms of the deal that 45% of the...