The SMMT is calling on the government to reach an interim deal with the European Union following Brexit in order to prevent the motor industry from "falling off a cliff edge".
Britain's automotive industry has enjoyed a record year after securing a turnover of £77.5 billion last year, according to the latest figures.
The NFDA has urged the government to ensure it covers all fuel types when publishing its latest plans to improve the UK's air quality, and does not simply focus on diesel vehicles.
More than one in three used car and van purchases could take place entirely online, according to research conducted by iVendi.
One in five motorists do not care about taking complete ownership of their car, according to a new study.
British drivers buy more car parts, accessories and car dealer services online than they do cosmetics or groceries, according to a new study.
Around 14 per cent of second-hand buyers prioritise trust in their dealer over the price of vehicles, according to recent research.
A third of car dealers on Auto Trader have never hired women to work within their sales team, according to new research.
Car dealers must remain up to date with technology in order to draw interest from the younger generation of car buyers, according to a new study.
Consumer demand within Britain's new car market fell by 8.5 per cent in May, according to new figures.