CLEPA is the voice of European automotive suppliers, representing over 3.000 companies which employ 5.000.000 employees, invest over €30 billion yearly in R&I and provide solutions for safe, smart and sustainable mobility.

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CLEPA Position Paper on CO2 emission standards

You can read here a contribution by the automotive suppliers’ industry in Europe to the debate on achieving climate neutrality by 2050, the position of the sector on relevant legislation and suggestions for the way forward. >>Find out more

CLEPA Position Paper on Artificial Intelligence

Automotive suppliers play a central role in the development of connected and automated vehicles. Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are becoming more commonly integrated in vehicles: automated driving is the most well-known example, but a broad range of other applications are also being used, such as many vehicle safety functions, comfort functions, advanced driver-assistance systems, connectivity systems, infotainment systems, and others. >>Read more

Automotive Industry Code of Business Conduct in view of COVID‐19

 

CLEPA (the European Automotive Suppliers’ Association) and ACEA (the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association) have jointly adopted a ‘Code of Business Conduct in view of COVID-19’ to support a rapid and smooth restart of the automotive industry. Read more

Position Paper on Euro 7/VII

CLEPA supports the further development of standards for pollutant emissions from light and heavy-duty vehicles that improve air quality, environment and health outcomes. As providers of sustainable technology solutions for road transport, we advocate for a regulatory framework that facilitates clean and affordable mobility. Read the position paper.

25 ACTIONS For a successful restart of the EU’s automotive sector

 

COVID-19 is having a major impact on the economy, with retail and manufacturing activity crippled without precedence and concerns mounting on consumer sentiment. The European automotive sector, which has been hit particularly badly, proposes a plan comprised of 25 key actions to ensure a strong restart of the sector and the economy at large.  >>Read more

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