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EU, US and Japanese manufacturers of heavy vehicles affirm to develop standards for platooning

At a global summit in Tokyo on October 26, the world’s leading manufacturers of heavy-duty trucks and engines called for further collaboration among the regulatory authorities of Europe, the US and Japan for the promotion of vehicle-freight-road connectivity.

EU automotive and telecoms sectors shore up connected and automated driving strategy

Frankfurt, 15 September 2017 – As the global race for connected and automated driving gains pace, the European Automotive Telecom Alliance (EATA) met today with the European Commission at the Frankfurt Motor Show to announce the latest developments.

ACEA’s 2017 Annual Reception looks at challenges ahead

On Wednesday 8 February 2017, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) hosted its traditional annual reception in Brussels.

Preston Feight to chair ACEA’s Commercial Vehicle Board in 2017

Brussels, 23 January 2017 – The Commercial Vehicle Board of Directors of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has elected...

2017-2018 calendar for statistics press releases now available

The 2017-2018 calendar for ACEA's monthly statistics press releases has just been released, indicating the dates on which the latest information on passenger car and commercial vehicle registration data become available.

Dieter Zetsche re-elected ACEA President for 2017

Brussels, 5 December 2016 – The Board of Directors of the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) has re-elected Dieter Zetsche, CEO...

New leadership for ACEA’s Light Commercial Vehicle Committee

Brussels, 3 October 2016 – During the IAA Commercial Vehicle Motor Show in Hanover recently, the Light Commercial Vehicle General Managers’...

Auto industry launches new Pocket Guide, now with interactive infographics

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has just published the 2016-2017 edition of its Automobile Industry Pocket Guide. Updated with the latest data, it provides a clear overview of one of Europe’s key industries, making it a demanded and valued tool for all those interested in automotive industry issues and policies.

Fuel consumption and GHG emissions of trucks can be further reduced by regulatory harmonisation

Brussels, 10 March 2016 – The world’s leading manufacturers of heavy-duty commercial trucks and engines called for further progress in regulatory...

240 stakeholders join ACEA to explore potential of ambitious approach to cutting CO2 from trucks

On 16 February 2016, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomed some 240 guests to its ‘Reducing CO2 from road transport together’ conference in Brussels, dedicated to the heavy-duty vehicle sector.

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