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The Deloitte UK Automotive Group has been engaged with some of the most compelling issues confronting the industry today. From global tax issues, to supply chain risk management services; identifying cost reduction opportunities and providing valuable insights in day-to-day operational practices gained from our Global engagement within the sector, we have helped our clients make the most of these new challenges - whether they are original equipment manufacturers (OEMS), Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, retailers, or finance and leasing companies.

Research, insight and predictions

  • 2014 UK Automotive Consumer Study
    The 2014 UK Automotive Consumer study highlights interests and influences of the Gen Y consumers in the UK.
  • Gaining traction - Will consumers ride the electric vehicle wave?
    Despite rising fuel prices, the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is still some distance away, is the finding of a new study by Deloitte.
  • Auto Component Sector Report - Driving out of uncertain times
    The last three years have been dramatic for the automotive sector worldwide. While the manufacturers in India did not have to go through the huge loss of sales, it is true they were under severe profit pressure. And the growth that was taken for granted did not seem to be certain any more. The downstream component sector also went through the same period of uncertainty.
  • A new era. Accelerating toward 2020 – An automotive industry transformed
    The UK car industry could be well placed to meet growing consumer demand for superior technology in the next decade. Highlights from a new report from Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu’s (DTT) Global Manufacturing Industry group outlines new technologies besides carbon emission reduction, including enhanced safety, efficiency and connectivity, will be key to customer choice.

Key contacts

  • Mike Woodward
    UK Automotive Leader
    Tel: 020 7303 0884

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