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"The fastest and most dynamic Land Rover yet", is how Nick Rogers, the Vehicle Line Director sums up the new Range Rover Sport. Glenn Brooks wouldn't disagree, after two days' driving on all manner of surfaces.
I wouldn't have thought that, with the current state of play in the European auto industry, there'd be too much niggle in the union ranks. But we've reported on a bit this week.
There were more financial results out this week and it was another mixed bag. General Motors' latest black ink was, overall, good. It's still making big profits, mainly based on healthy North American business and continued progress in Asia (especially China where it sold, with its JVs, over 300,000 units in January). Europe's a problem for GM, but that's been the case for a while now, no easy solutions. Also in the good pile was Jaguar Land Rover.
Great Wall's quiet entry into the UK market reminds me a little of the arrival of Japanese light commercials in the Antipodes back in the 50s and 60s. Softly-softly, word of mouth.
We spoke to Gunter Kraemer about BorgWarner’s recent expansion in the rapidly growing turbocharger market.
Interview with Rob Rickell, Senior Vice President Global Engineering, Principal Engineer, GKN plc. At the recent Paris Show, Calum MacRae caught up with him to discuss technology developments in the AWD market such as driveline disconnect and e-axles.
BorgWarner has recorded Q1 net sales of US$2.3bn, up 14.3%, with operating income of US$264m
BorgWarner has reported fourth quarter net income of US$125m, almost 11% down on the previous year’s total. However Q4 net sales were US$2,123m in the quarter, up 6.6% from the previous year.
BorgWarner's net sales for the third quarter ended 30 September 2015 was down 7.3% to US$1.88bn compared with $2.03bn in the same period year ago.
BorgWarner says it has now produced more than 5m DualTronic clutch and control modules for Volkswagen’s dual-clutch transmission (DCT) DQ250 at its facilities in Arnstadt, Germany and Tulle, France.
Remy International says it will hold a special meeting of stockholders in connection with BorgWarner's proposed acquisition of Remy.
BorgWarner says it has secured a Supplier Impact award from General Motors.
BorgWarner is providing its two-speed Torque-OnDemand transfer cases for Foton Motor's recently launched Sauvana SUV.
BorgWarner has opened a new plant in Oroszlany, Hungary, with production capacity for all-wheel drive components including transfer cases, feeder pumps, valves and AWD couplings to supply global automakers.
BorgWarner has reported net earnings for the second quarter 22% down, hit by currency effects and a stronger dollar.
BorgWarner says it is providing its regulated two-stage (R2S) turbocharging technology for Volkswagen's new high-performance diesel engine.
BorgWarner says it is supplying its wet friction technology for ZF's new 8- and 9-speed automatic transmissions.
BorgWarner says it will acquire rotating electrical component company, Remy International with outstanding sharers valued at US$29.50, implying an enterprise value of US$1.2bn.
BorgWarner is expanding its existing manufacturing operations in Oconee County, South Carolina with the US$13.3m investment expected to create 50 new jobs during the next five years.
BorgWarner has said that it is supplying a number of its advanced engine and drivetrain technologies for the new Great Wall Haval H9.
BorgWarner has reported a 4.8% fall in quarterly revenue as a stronger dollar reduced the value of overseas sales.
BorgWarner has announced a deal to supply variable cam timing (VCT) and engine timing systems for Jaguar Land Rover's new Ingenium I4 engine line.
BorgWarner has opened a 64,000-square-foot facility in Chungju, South Korea, to expand manufacturing for its emissions technologies.
BorgWarner will begin manufacturing advanced engine timing chains at its campus in Itatiba City, Brazil, in late 2015 in a move it claims make it the first automotive supplier to produce chains locally in Brazil for the South American market.
BorgWarner says it is supplying its GenV all-wheel drive (AWD) coupling for the BMW Group's all-new 2 Series Active Tourer.
BorgWarner says it is to supply its variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers for the newly-developed 1.4L, three-cylinder diesel engines from the Volkswagen Group.
BorgWarner has posted fourth quarter net earnings dipping slightly from US$141m to US$141m, while full-year net sales were a record US$8.3bn, up 12%.
BorgWarner says it is providing its front cross differential (FXD) technology for the new Seat Leon Cupra.
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