Poland has around 6,000 electric passenger cars while the number of traditional vehicles exceeds 17 million, according to an expert of the Samar institute monitoring the car market.
Poland is the most attractive investment destination in its region and ranks sixth in Europe as a whole, behind Great Britain, France, Germany, Spain and Belgium, according to a new survey by professional services company EY.
Exports of automative parts and accessories were worth a record 12.19 billion euros in 2018, 7.64 percent more than the previous year. Over 90 percent of these were sent to other countries in the EU, with Germany in the lead.
Auto nostalgia descended on Warsaw, with old timers and legends of the road on display at the Fair and Exhibition of Vintage Vehicles. Fans of the four wheels had a chance to admire and even purchase some of the classic cars and their parts.
Over 1,000 vehicles, including 60 new models, are on display at the Poznań Motor Show 2019, which started in Poland's western city of Poznań on Thursday. The Poznań Motor Show is the largest automotive event in Poland.
A Japanese automotive parts manufacturer, Mitsui High-tec (MHT), will build in Poland its first European factory of motor cores for hybrid and electric cars, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) said in a statement on Tuesday.
Polish driver Jakub Przygoński with his co-driver Timo Gottschalk of Germany won the Dubai International Baja 2019 rally, which ended on Saturday.
The Korea Electric Terminal Company will spend up to PLN 90 mln (EUR 21.0 mln) to build a plant which will manufacture components for electric cars, in Zabrze, southern Poland.
Almost a dozen Poles to take on the some of “the biggest dunes in the world” in 5,500 kilometre endurance race.
UFI Filters, a Italian automotive manufacturer, has opened a factory in Opole (western Poland), the office of Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone has announced, adding that the value of the investment was PLN 42 million (EUR 9.76 million).