Podcast: How does electric impact residual values and used-car strategies?

Tom Geggus | 23 Feb 2021

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Tom Geggus


As a journalist for Autovista Group's Daily Brief, Tom covers a wide variety of stories from across the automotive industry. From sales figures to the development of technology, he wants to know what is driving the industry.

The Autovista Group Daily Brief team takes a look at some of the biggest automotive trends of the past fortnight. Phil Curry, Neil King and Tom Geggus discuss electrically-chargeable vehicle residual values, electromobility strategies and modular electric platforms.

Show notes

Surging demand for new BEVs mounts pressure on residual values

France invests €100 million in EV-charging infrastructure

Call for one million public EV chargers in the EU by 2024

Ford to be zero-emission capable in Europe by 2026

Jaguar makes BEV and hydrogen changes on path to net zero

REE maps out UK engineering centre

Shell to transform into net-zero energy provider by 2050

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