Brooks On OEM Product Trends
By: Glenn Brooks
Analyst Glenn Brooks looks at OEM new product developments in the context of company strategies and market trends
The Volkswagen Group is killing off two engines in the Touareg due to the anti-pollution requirements of Euro 6 emissions regulations in EU countries.
Skoda is the latest vehicle manufacturer to announce a motor show world premiere for the 2015 Frankfurt IAA.
The Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este 2015 took place from 22-25 May. BMW and Zagato had vehicle world premieres at the event.
FCA and its local partner Tofas revealed a prototype of the Linea replacement at the press preview day of the Istanbul motor show, while Opel and VW also had world premieres.
The eighth generation Hilux has been revealed to the media by TMT (Toyota Motor Thailand) and Toyota Australia.
The first production model for the Renault-Nissan Alliance's CMF-A platform has been revealed. The Kwid, which was formerly known mainly by its XBA project code, will initially be built and sold in India.
Don't let the vanilla styling make you overlook the importance of the Celerio hatchback for Suzuki in Europe. The days of this brand being a body-on-frame SUV specialist are over, and multiple additional cars and crossovers are in the product pipeline.
A writer from Jalopnik had an early exit from last weekend's Chevrolet Camaro media driving event after he crashed a prototype.
Tata Motors is having another attempt at reviving its Nano small car, by giving it a new name, a facelift, the option of an automatic gearbox and a hatchback boot.
The new 2016 Camaro looks good, has a far better interior than the old shape model and promises better economy. But will it be good enough to match the Ford Mustang?
General Motors has included the first turbocharged engine in the history of the Chevrolet Camaro as part of the new, 2016 model year coupe range.
AvtoVAZ is no longer the Russian market's number one, the combined sales of Hyundai and Kia having exceeded those of Lada for the first time.
Not too long ago, Volvo had just two plants in Sweden and one in Belgium, plus a couple of small-scale SKD operations. By 2018, the firm’s manufacturing capability will have more than doubled, thanks to new facilities in China, the US, and likely India. What will be built in all these factories?
Toyota Motor Europe (TME) will use this month's Istanbul motor show to launch the Lexus brand in Turkey ahead of the start of sales in the fourth quarter.
TMT (Toyota Motor Thailand) has placed a preview clip of the next generation Hilux on YouTube ahead of the new truck's global debut on 21 May.
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