The Mobility Week In Review

Tariff war unfolds: what’s next for the EU post-election?

The future European Commission will face a crucial initial challenge shortly after its term begins.

Tariff war unfolds: what’s next for the EU post-election?
Miguel Elizondo |

This edition of The Mobility Week in Review explores a range of key developments, including the escalating trade tensions among China, the United States, and Europe; the conclusion of Airbus’s automotive ambitions; Renault’s investment in autonomous public transport vehicles; Uber’s latest initiative for decarbonization in London; and a fresh push for rail infrastructure in the United States.

Without further ado, let’s dive in…

⚔️ Biden transforms electric car landscape without EU coordination

Those elected after next June's elections to represent Europeans for the next five years are in for a turbulent start. The United States and China have made it clear that an economic confrontation is looming, with the automotive industry at its epicenter. This key sector, crucial for employment and the EU economy, has emerged as a primary arena in global geopolitics. This time around, European representatives must make a decision, and it will come with a significant cost, regardless of the direction they choose.