Volkswagen


The European auto market touched bottom in 2020

21/01/21 -"In spite of the reinstatement of lockdown restrictions across many European markets, December’s passenger car registrations saw a modest 3.7% decrease to 1.21m vehicles. Nonetheless, compared ..."

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