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  • SMMT priorities for a new government - 2015
  • UK automotive sector
  • Quality
  • Funding and support
  • Environment

Securing the strength of the UK automotive industry: five priorities for the new government


To ensure the UK automotive sector has the right support to flourish in the coming years, SMMT has five core priorities for the new government. Click here to find out more.

Growing the UK automotive supply chain

The Automotive Council report reveals a big jump in demand from British vehicle manufacturers fro British-made components. Domestic component suppliers saw a 10% rise in sales to British vehicle manufacturers in 2014. Currently around one third of the components in a UK-built car domestically sources, compared to more than 90% in the mid-1970s. The new

New Car CO2 report 2014

SMMT’s 13th annual New Car CO2 Report shows ongoing reductions in new car emissions. Average UK new car CO2 emissions stood at 128.3g/km in 2013, down 3.6% on 2012 and 29.1% on 2000. Average new car emissions fell below 130g/km for the first time, achieving the pan-EU new car CO2 target for 2015. This important milestone was achieved through