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Built in Britain: UK automotive A to Z

Motoring Research Logo By Richard Aucock of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 47: PSA Group acquired Vauxhall/Opel from General Motors earlier this year, as part of a deal amounting to £1.9 billion. It led to uncertainty at Vauxhall’s UK plants, while it made PSA the second biggest car manufacturer in Europe – behind Volkswagen Group. The first ‘French Vauxhall’, the Crossland X, is now on sale. But not all is well at Vauxhall…

LUTON SAVED: VIVARO WILL BE BUILT IN THE UK

More than 1,400 jobs at Vauxhall's historic Luton factory have been secured, following a decision by PSA Peugeot Citroen to build the next-generation Vivaro van there.

Luton built 60,000 Vauxhall and Opel Vivaros in 2017, but production could increase to 100,000 vehicles a year after the new model is launched. Join us for an A to Z tour of what else Britain builds.

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