Premiumisation and higher price points will need to be justified by added functional and emotional benefits in a developing global economic situation, as consumers priorities shifts.
Hyper-premiumisation is an inevitable outcome of the battle between manufacturers to outdo each other to tempt consumers to their dealerships.
In ordinary times, the Geneva Motor Show, usually the first global automotive show in the calendar year, would have recently wrapped up at the Palexpo convention centre in Geneva, Switzerland....
US-based electric-powered truck manufacturer, Nikola Corporation, faces an uncertain future as investors lose faith, and for good reason.
Detrimental outcomes were to be expected in this globally recognised company’s FY20 results, following Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings in May last year.
Tesla’s share price experienced tremendous growth over the past year, in spite of the pandemic which hurt most companies and automakers. Valued at $88.6 on 3rd of January 2020, it...
Using research from GlobalData’s Influencer platform, Road Traffic Technology has named ten of the most influential people in Automotive on Twitter during Q4 2020.
Ford’s electric pledge will boost young drivers’ confidence and will promote 'green' driving in the future.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused significant problems for ride-hailing service providers worldwide.
Toyota, the largest automotive manufacturer in the world by volume, has entered the mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) market with Kinto.