Dunno 'bout you but 2015 seems to be flying by waaaay too fast - where did yet another week go?...
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Calum MacRae talked to JATCO's Yuko Fujita. JATCO holds 49% of the world CVT market. JATCO, 75% held by Nissan Motor Company, was exhibiting at the Paris Motor Show for the first time.
David Ingrams, who retired from Audi UK's press office today (31 July) played a key role in helping the German automaker's engineers achieve "uncompromised" right hand drive configurations and also oversaw a collection of about 50 classic cars, many of which he helped to launch when new. The man who praised Audi for taking the long-term view has himself served 36 years with the automaker and the connection may not yet be completely severed.
Renault is asking the French state to revert to its 15% stake in the automaker following a surprise hike in Paris' stake to almost 20% last week.
Nissan's new Resende plant in Brazil has now been in volume production for a year - of the March (Micra in most other markets) and Versa - and has since built over 30,000 units, the automaker said.
Thanks to a plethora of new and updated models, Mazda has found itself in the extraordinary situation of having overtaken Nissan in Europe's largest national market.
Infiniti's says its growth strategy is on track after a record first quarter.
Sales of new light passenger vehicles in mainland China rose by 9.4% to 1.87m units in March, based on wholesale delivery data collected by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).
The fantastically named Cedric, once hugely popular in Japan as a taxi, has been laid to rest.
It really does get tiresome when some (deep breath, choose words carefully) 'uninformed' person tells me the UK doesn't have a car industry any more. We do, albeit mostly foreign owned.
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