Thursday, 15 March 2012

Moving ahead for a revival is the British Auto Industry

Even though, as global car manufacturers German and Japanese automobile companies are reckoned, the British companies still occupy an important position. Reputed auto companies like Rolls Royce and Mini which were the pride of Britain are now acquired by the BMW Group.
In the ongoing 2012 Geneva Motor Show, several French, Japanese, German, Italian, and Indian cars are being displayed, which have managed to impress the audience. Although all major British auto companies have displayed their products in the show, they have not been able to gain much attention of the auto aficionados.
As per reports, Aston Martin’s Lagonda brand plans to introduce many new cars, which are currently under development. Another classic British manufacturer is Atlanta Motors, which has a rich history. In the coming years, Eternity Motors also plans to launch few luxury cars in the market. It is reported that TVR, the British manufacturer is also looking for a re launch but it is not confirmed whether it will go alone in the process. All these developments provide clear indication that British Auto Industry is moving for a revival to regain its lost position in the global market.Automobile News

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