Brexit's Impact on UK's Auto Industry, 2019 Thematic Research Report - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Brexit - the term used to refer to the UK's planned departure from the European Union (EU) - is one of the most controversial political stories of recent times. The report looks at three Brexit scenarios, with a focus on No Deal, and quantifies the tariff costs to the UK automotive manufacturing sector.

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Key Topics Covered:

WINNERS AND LOSERS

BREXIT TIMELINE

WHERE ARE WE NOW AND WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

  • Summary of impact of Brexit on UK vehicle manufacturing under different scenarios

BREXIT SCENARIOS AND UK VEHICLE MANUFACTURING

  • The orderly withdrawal, with an agreement
  • A disorderly departure, i.e. - No Deal - No Deal stopped scenario

SCENARIO ANALYSIS OF BREXIT'S IMPACT ON AUTO

  • The costs of a Hard Brexit, or No Deal
  • The AutoAnalysis model for calculating Brexit costs on the automotive industry

COUNTERING THE COSTS OF A HARD, NO DEAL BREXIT

  • Increasing UK content of UK made vehicles
  • Relocating UK production to factories inside the EU
  • Changing the markets into which UK manufacturers sell
  • Refocusing UK production to supply the domestic market

CAR COMPANIES' BREXIT AMELIORATION POSSIBILITIES

CONCLUSION

  • Brexit on WTO terms would have a severely deleterious effect on UK vehicle production
  • A switch permanently to WTO terms would be much worse
  • The No Deal scenario - options open to the volume vehicle companies

Companies Mentioned

  • PSA
  • BMW
  • Mini
  • Jaguar Land Rover
  • Nissan
  • Toyota

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