Hungarian Conservative

Tag: automotive industry

Last year, 22,651 vehicles with official green markings were registered domestically, making 2023 another record year, surpassing the nearly 21,000-unit expansion peak in 2022.
BYD, the world’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer based in Shenzhen, China is opening a new factory in the southern Hungarian city of Szeged. Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó has called it
According to a statement from the ministry, Péter Szijjártó stressed that the German-owned ZF Chassis Modules Hungary Ltd will manufacture shock absorbers, as well as front and rear axles for
In Hungary, it costs about half as much to get a driver’s licence as in Austria. Since all EU Member States accept each other’s licences as valid, more and more
On the basis of the ten-point proposal developed by the Ministry of Economic Development, the Hungarian government is launching a 2.9 billion forint Automotive Supplier Development Programme to enhance the
Speaking at a ceremony opening a BMW training centre where the first hundred students started their three-year training in September, Szijjártó said the fact that the company had chosen to
MFAT State Secretary Levente Magyar stated at a press conference on Monday that Stellantis, which owns fourteen automotive brands, has chosen Hungary as the hub for autonomous driving technology and
The BMW i Vision Dee will be on display for three days in front of the Modem Modern and Contemporary Art Centre, as announced during a press conference at the
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Wang Chuanfu, the founder and chairman of the world’s largest electric vehicle manufacturer BYD in Shenzhen. BYD believes that the introduction of competitively
The Foreign Minister of Hungary stressed the importance of connectivity between the ‘interdependent’ Eastern and Western economies, and cautioned against dividing the world into political blocs again. On the same