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Car production in Britain continues to gather pace
It seems that it’s all systems go for the British car industry as production has been significantly improving. Recent reports have revealed that this particular sector.
The recent boom has seen production rise dramatically in the last few months to more than 10 per cent. This has led to a surge of around extra 130,000 vehicles being manufactured.Vehicle production is set to escalate every year in the long term, fuelling expectations of more than 2 million cars being produced in the UK in the next three years. In fact did you know that four out of every vehicles account are transported for overseas purposes! In turn, this has affected a number of different European countries as output is on the up and up. In addition to this, car sales across the country has seen a welcome boost in spite of tough economic times with month on month increases stretching back to the first quarter of 2012.
Meanwhile, our European counterparts have seen the opposite effect thanks to an all-time low which has not been seen for almost two decades.
According to the latest statistics published from the SMMT, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, cars produced in the UK have risen by around 5 per cent between March and June 2013. However, the SMMT also added that higher production in the home market was also responsible for the growing number. This was up by almost 25 per cent increasing volumes along the way.
Mike Brunton, SMMT interim chief executive said, “Car output in the UK grew... building on a strong 2012 when manufacturing performed above pre-recession levels…but our industry is building and developing innovative, high-quality products that appeal to a global customer base and because of this, independent analysts are confident that car output will grow in the long-term despite economic concerns.” Yet when it comes to the car showroom Top of the Pops, the Fiesta has maintained its crown as the top selling car in Blighty. This comes against a backdrop where UK consumers are lapping up brand new cars amid increasing sales since the beginning of May.
Bit what are the best British cars that are driving people crazy? Firstly the Honda Civic is constructed in Swindon and is considered to be one of the best family cars on the market. It is reliable, sturdy and highly rated by WhatCar? Magazine containing one of the biggest boots in its class.
Built in the heart of Tyne and Wear in Sunderland, the Nissan Qashqai is in the top 10 purchased models unveiled by SMMT, while the Lotus Elise is another strong contender.
Produced in Hethel, Norfolk it is one of the best sports cars of its type with incredible grip and seamless steering. Other models include the desirable Range Rover Evoque built in Halewood on Merseyside.
The UK motor sector intends to join forces with the government in order to commit to making a large financial injection in the trade. More than £1bn has been pledged over the next ten years that will see plenty of development as well as expansion of the production industry.
Looks like things are gearing up nicely for British motoring.