Car sales in the UK plummet 97.3% in April

Coronavirus killed car sales, but could there be a bounce-back?

New car sales in the UK crashed a staggering 97.3 in the month of April as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown. Only 4321 cars were sold, compared to 156,743 in April 2019. The only time fewer cars were sold in a single month was during World War II.

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Global Vehicle Sales Down 39% in March

UK car manufacturing falls by 37.6% and could cost £8.2bn

Can manufacturing in the UK fell by 37.6% in March according to figures  from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). A total of 78,767 vehicles left factories that mostly proceeded to shut down due to COVID-19 Coronavirus as lockdown was announced on March 23rd.

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