- Morocco’s Auto Sector Plays Major Role in Boosting Economy
- Isuzu East Africa Launches 'Cool Vehicles' for Retailers
- Introduction To South African Autoparts Manufacturers In Nigeria
- South Korea’s Hyundai Enters the East African Market
- A DYNAMIC FUTURE FOR KENYA AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY WITH NISSAN
- President Kenyatta To Boost Efforts To Place Kenya Among Top Automakers In Africa
- Africa’s car manufacturing gets a support by French carmaker Renault
- Volkswagen signs MoU with Ethiopia to boost auto industry
- Kenya’s CMC Motors in deal with Renault Trucks
- Rwanda’s Akagera Business Group in partnership with Mercedes Benz
CMC Motors Group has launched six 2016 Ford models into Kenya’s automotive market. Sunday, the firm unveiled the Ford Everest, Ford Fusion, Ford Figo, Ford Ranger, Ford Kuga and Ford Transit Read More..
Demand in Africa for auto parts and accessories is growing 11% year-on-year and will be worth $15.3 billion by 2020, according to a new report. The double-digit demand for parts in the continent Read More..
New plant in Nigeria likely by 2020 as part of global strategy Mention Africa to Vikram Mohan and his eyes light up. “I would not be surprised if I set up a facility in Nigeria even before Read More..
Ashok Leyland is planning to set up centres in Africa to aid its production process in the region. The company believes that having local assembly points would help to strengthen its market presence Read More..
Some time ago, Mahindra had released a new platform of Blazo heavy duty trucks, to the strong approval of the Indian market. The company is now planning to capitalise on the conducive atmosphere by Read More..
The East African Community (EAC) Secretariat has been tasked by the Summit to speed up work on a comprehensive study on the bloc’s automotive industry, a development which will, among others, Read More..
The Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Merseta) and the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), have committed to raising standards across the Read More..
Sumitomo is investing around US$55m in its South African plant for truck and bus tyres. "In recent years, demand for tyres in African markets has been steadily increasing in tandem with rapid Read More..
The connected and autonomous features launched in new cars will arrive on this continent before long, Ford CEO Mark Fields tells Arthur Goldstuck. As the world moves to more connected cars, Africa Read More..
For decades, drivers have been accustomed to accessing and driving cars with physical keys. But no longer. Volvo Cars plans to become the world's first car manufacturer to offer cars without keys Read More..