Aston Martin has halted production at its UK manufacturing facilities until April 20.
Daimler aims to reopen its Mercedes-Benz factories in Germany between April 20 and 22, reports Automobilwoche, a sister publication of Automotive News Europe.
The automaker's plant in Hambach, France, is scheduled to resume output on April 20, while its factory in Hungary is due to reopen on April 22.
Mercedes production at contract manufacturer Magna Steyr in Austria has been halted until April 6.
Production of the Mercedes GLC at contract manufacturer Valmet in Finland has been suspended until May 5.
The automaker's plant in East London, South Africa, will remain closed until May 5.
Daimler plans to resume output at its U.S. SUV factory in Vance, Alabama, on April 6 and in Mexico on April 13.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has extended production stoppages at its plants in Europe.
Factories in Italy remain closed after the government ordered a halt to non-essential activities until April 3. Originally the plants were due to resume production on March 27.
The stoppages in Italy affect the Mirafiori, Cassino, Pomigliano and Melfi plants where Fiat, Jeep and Alfa Romeo cars are built.
Maserati's factories in Grugliasco and Modena also remain closed.
FCA's Sevel joint venture plant with PSA that builds vans is also shut.
Fiat's factory in Kragujevac, Serbia, which produces the 500L, remains shut until April 3. Production at the automaker's plant in Tychy, Poland, will remain stopped until April 10.
Fiat aims to resume production of the New 500 electric car in Mirafiori and Jeep Compass output in Melfi on April 6 if Italy's lockdown is removed or lightened. Production is also scheduled to restart on that date at the Sevel plant.
Fiat's Tofas joint-venture plant with Koc Holding in Turkey is running as usual.
FCA's plants in the U.S. and Canada, as well as its Detroit area headquarters operations and construction projects, will stay closed until April 14.
Ford suspended vehicle and engine production at its manufacturing sites in continental Europe on March 19. The company expects the closure will continue for a number of weeks. Ford also stopped output at its engine plants in Dagenham near London and Bridgend, Wales.
Hyundai's Czech plant suspended production on Monday, March 23, for two weeks. The automaker has paused production at its plant in Turkey plant until April 13.
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The company paused output at its UK plants and intends to resume production in the week of April 20. Production has stopped at its plant in Nitra, Slovakia.
Kia said it will re-open its plant in Slovakia on April 6, as planned.
The automaker is establishing a timetable for a “gradual and safe resumption” of industrial activities, PSA said in a statement. Plants building Peugeot, Citroen and DS vehicles, as well as Opel's factories in Germany and Poland, and Vauxhall plants in the UK, remain closed.
PSA's joint venture in China with Dongfeng Motor restarted production at its plant in Wuhan, the epicenter of China's coronavirus outbreak.
Renault has paused production at all its plants apart from those in China and South Korea. Output will resume at the closed factories as soon as conditions permit, the company said.
VW extended the production shutdown at its German factories until April 19, citing the decline in demand for vehicles and continuing challenges in the supply chain.
VW brand plants in Pamplona, Spain; Setubal, Portugal; and Bratislava, Slovakia, are also closed.
In addition, the automaker has paused production in Russia.
VW's Slovak unit extended a shutdown of its plants in Bratislava, Martin and Stupava until April 9.
Audi has stopped production at its factories in Ingostadt and Neckarsulm, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and Gyor, Hungary.
Seat has halted all output.
Skoda extended a stoppage at its plants in the Czech Republic to April 14. Skoda output at contract manufacturer GAZ Group's factory in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, is pausing from March 30 until April 10.
Porsche paused production on March 21 for an initial period of two weeks.
Bentley stopped production at its factory in Crewe, England, on March 21 for four weeks.
Bugatti suspended output at its factory in Molsheim, France, on March 20.
Volvo ceased production at its three plants in Sweden. The plants are scheduled to re-open on April 14.
Volvo also halted output at its plant in Ghent, Belgium. Production is scheduled to resume on April 6.
Nick Gibbs, Christaan Hetzner, Andrea Malan, Douglas A. Bolduc and Reuters contributed to this report