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September management briefing: Frankfurt review

In the second and final part of this month's management briefing, we take a look at the stand out concepts, production cars and trends seen...

ANALYSIS: Japan under attack from foreign brands

Vehicle sales ended the first half of CY2015 down 11%, due mostly to a tax rise for Kei-models. Yet not every OEM is suffering. Mazda was up...

ANALYSIS: BMW sales collapse in largest EU market

Glenn Brooks | 9 Jul 2015

The 12 percent YoY rise in the June German passenger cars market has seen some notable changes to the usual pecking order. Opel muscled past both Ford and BMW to take fourth position behind Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and third-placed Audi.

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Chop Alfa or Sergio?

Graeme Roberts | 19 Jun 2015

Time for Alfa or Sergio to go? That was the title of a Comment piece by our US sales analyst Bill Cawthon which attracted plenty of looks on just-auto this week. Cawthon has decades of association with and analysis of the Chrysler part of Fiat Chrysler and a read is recommended.

COMMENT: Time for Alfa - or Sergio - to go?

Bill Cawthon | 18 Jun 2015

Alfa Romeo played a prominent role in the five-year plan announced by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in May 2014. Bill Cawthon considers the weak position of the Alfa brand, FCA's business strategy and Sergio Marchionne's apparent longing for a merger with GM

COMMENT: Volkswagen outsells Vauxhall in UK

Glenn Brooks | 7 May 2015

Ford is secure as market leader in Britain but there was a major upset in the April passenger car market with Vauxhall losing its traditional second place to Volkswagen.

Latest Interviews

INTERVIEW: TomTom's Jan-Marten de Vries

QUBE | 17 Oct 2012

TomTom is well known for its navigation systems both for OE and aftermarket applications. What is not so well known is how it is developing its range of products and services to meet the demands of today’s connected car. Vanessa Scholfield, editor QUBE Connected Car service spoke to Jan-Marten de Vries , VP Product Management of Automotive at TomTom to gain an insight into its product development and innovation in relation to car connectivity.

INTERVIEW: Chrysler UK brand director, Nigel Land

Simon Warburton | 8 Jun 2012

Chrysler's mantra 'Different is what we do' is something the automaker's UK division is striving to put into practice as it launches its new 300C model. Jeep/Chrysler UK brand director, Nigel Land, talked to Simon Warburton at the Imperial War Museum as the automaker showcased its latest addition with a slice of Americana using a backdrop of B52, B17 and SR71 aircraft.

Latest News

FCA long way off making GM offer

Graeme Roberts | 25 Jun 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is a long way from making any offer to GM shareholders, FCA chief executive Sergio Marchionne has said.

FCA UK announces management changes

Graeme Roberts | 3 Jun 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) UK has announced a major restructuring of its senior management team.

FCA reportedly slows new products

Graeme Roberts | 2 Jun 2015

As CEO Sergio Marchionne reportedly searches for a partner for the automaker, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the last 12 months has delayed the redesign or release of at least 12 current or new vehicles in North America alone, a news agency reported.

FCA to make two new Alfa engines at Termoli

Graeme Roberts | 9 Apr 2015

FCA's Termoli plant has been allocated two new engines, the automaker said.

FCA launches Jeep Renegade as Chrysler axe falls

Chris Wright | 19 Mar 2015

Speaking at the UK market Jeep Renegade media launch, top Fiat Chrysler Automobiles executives on Thursday (19 March) confirmed - as already widely reported - the automaker is pulling the Chrysler brand out of the UK market after a number of ultimately unsuccessful attempts to kick start the marque under various ownerships dating back to the early 1990s.

GENEVA: Fiat Chrysler names new car 124 Spider

Graeme Roberts | 4 Mar 2015

Fiat Chrysler has confirmed that its new roadster developed with Mazda will be named the 124 Spider.

GENEVA: Europe recovering says FCA's Marchionne

Chris Wright | 3 Mar 2015

The European car market is recovering and moving into what Fiat Chrysler chief Sergio Marchionne believes will be permanent, although not phenomenal, growth.

Fiat Chrysler looks to double Oz sales by 2018

Graeme Roberts | 17 Feb 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) aims to almost double its sales in Australia in the next four years. The company sold 43,100 vehicles there in 2014.

FCA sees black ink ahead

Graeme Roberts | 29 Jan 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles expects to turn profits in all regions this year but needs to make more in North America to fund Alfa Romeo and Maserati brand overhauls.

Alfa Romeo to build first SUV at Cassino

Graeme Roberts | 14 Jan 2015

Alfa Romeo plans to manufacture its first compact sport-utility vehicle and a sedan, referred to as Giulia, at its Cassino plant near Rome, Sergio Marchionne, Fiat Chrysler CEO, said.

Jeep gives FCA Europe sales a kick

Graeme Roberts | 16 Dec 2014

New product - primarily from Jeep - is paying off for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles which posted European November sales up 3.6% year on year compared with 1.2% for the industry.

Falling petrol prices power November US sales

Bill Cawthon | 3 Dec 2014

With the rapid decline in prices at the pump, currently equivalent to about GBP0.47/litre [vs around GBP1.20 in UK after recent falls - ed], US November light vehicle sales kicked into high gear, coming in 4.6% ahead of last year and 1.7% ahead of October 2014.

BELGIUM: Jaguar overtaken by Lexus across Europe

Glenn Brooks | 18 Nov 2014

A sales surge by the Japanese brand, combined with a lack of interest in Jaguar by buyers outside the UK has seen Lexus overtake the British car maker in Europe.

FCA eyes Fiat 500X boost in US

Dave Leggett | 16 Oct 2014

Fiat sales in the US will take a step up in 2015 with the introduction of the 500X compact crossover, according to the head of US sales at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) speaking exclusively to just-auto.

Union reps shown Maserati Levante Mirafiori plant

Graeme Roberts | 16 Oct 2014

Fiat has shown trade union representatives the Mirafiori factory where the luxury Maserati Levante SUV will be built, according to Italian media reports.

Maserati eyes 50,000 sales in 2015

Graeme Roberts | 2 Oct 2014

Maserati expects to sell over 35,000 cars this year and reach its 50,000 sales target in 2015, subject to the availability of a new sport utility vehicle (SUV) to be launched late next year, the head of the brand said in Paris.

INDONESIA SHOW: Automakers' growing confidence

Tony Pugliese | 19 Sep 2014

The 2014 Indonesia international motor show got under way this week with a renewed sense of self-confidence and purpose, as the domestic market continued to reach new record highs.

US dealers awarded Alfa Romeo franchises

Dave Leggett | 11 Jun 2014

An initial group of 86 dealers - drawn from existing Fiat and Maserati brand dealers have been awarded Alfa Romeo franchises in the US and Canada as the brand prepares to re-enter North America.

Chrysler names new investor relations chief

Graeme Roberts | 8 May 2014

Chrysler said Joe Veltri will be responsible for investor relations from 1 July. He'll continue, on an interim basis, as head of NAFTA product planning until a replacement is named later.

Fiat plans wave of new Alfa Romeo models - reports

Chris Wright | 24 Mar 2014

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is to launch seven new Alfa Romeo models in a bid to increase sales of the sports car brand five-fold, according to Germany's Auto Bild magazine.

UK 'key market for Mazda 2'

headlineauto | 4 Mar 2014

The new Mazda 2, based on the Hazumi concept unveiled at the show, will go into production late this year as Mazda completes its cycle of model renewal.

Fiat Group 2013 trading profit off EUR1bn

Graeme Roberts | 29 Jan 2014

Fiat Group's full year 2013 trading profit slipped EUR1bn year on year to EUR3.4bn after "a significant reduction in losses in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, "promising initial results" from a new premium strategy and strong cash generation (of EUR1.7bn) in the fourth quarter," the automaker said on Wednesday (29 January, 2014).

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Paris Show: I want that one

Dave Leggett | 2 Oct 2014

Busy day today in Paris. Interviews, people to see, cars to get a look at.

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