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THE WEEK THAT WAS: VW's 'master tactician' falls

The big news of the week[end] was the failure of Volkswagen supervisory board chairman Ferdinand Piëch to unseat CEO Martin Winterkorn, as w...

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: 'Bye Twin Gate, hello hatchback

The key change for Skoda Superb generation three is that the Twin Gate choice of 'boot' or 'hatchback' opening is no more. As an insider rev...

COMMENT: Volkswagen's Piech got a lot right

Ferdinand Piech's forced exit from his role as chairman of Volkswagen Group's Supervisory Board appears to have resulted from yet another bo...

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Lifting the hood on sales data

ACEA's monthly reports on European car sales are always interesting and this week we decided to drill down a bit and see if there was anythi...

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INTERVIEW: SEAT chairman Juergen Stackmann 10 Oct 2013

Glenn Brooks

Soon to clock up six months as head of SEAT, Jürgen Stackmann talks brand performance, plans for China and future products with just-auto.com. Glenn Brooks reports.


INTERVIEW: Agromash Holdings on PSA in Kazakhstan 26 Mar 2013

Simon Warburton

PSA Peugeot Citroen recently inked a partnership with Agromash Holding, for the assembly and distribution of the French automaker's passenger cars and LCVs in Kazakhstan. Simon Warburton was in contact with the trailer and agricultural machinery manufacturer based in the huge country on Russia's southern border.

Latest News

Continental provides Skoda Superb tyres 21 May 2015

Simon Warburton

Continental says Škoda has approved its ContiEcoContact 5 and ContiPremiumContact 5 tyres as original equipment for its Superb model.


Skoda drops import distributor in China 19 May 2015

Tony Pugliese

Czech carmaker Skoda is streamlining its car distribution operations in China by discontinuing its imported car distribution business operated by its parent company Volkswagen.


Skoda considers plug-in hybrid Superb 1 May 2015

Roger Stansfield

Skoda is considering adding a plug-in hybrid powertrain to its new flagship model, the Superb. The decision on whether to go ahead will largely depend on whether the company can meet the EU's 2020 fleet-average CO2 target of 95g/km using only combustion engines.


Skoda UK eyes 83,000 sales and 'mainstream' brand 1 May 2015

Graeme Roberts

Skoda UK is hoping to sell "83,000-ish" cars this year, according to product affairs manager Rory Lumsdon.


Indian fiscal year passenger car sales rise 5% 13 Apr 2015

Graeme Roberts

Sales of passenger cars in India rose by almost 5% to 1.87m in fiscal 2014-15 (year ended 31 March, 2015) after a decline in the previous two years.

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Czech Republic Autos Report Q3 2014

Czech Republic Autos Report Q3 2014

Business Monitor International's Czech Republic Autos Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, auto associations, government departments and regulatory bodies with i...

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Passenger Cars

Passenger Cars

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Passenger Cars in Thousands Units (Annual Sales as well as Production). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, E...

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LMC Automotive's European Passenger Car Production Estimates (annual subscription)

LMC Automotive's European Passenger Car Production Estimates

LMC Automotive's service provides customers with the very latest monthly estimates of passenger car production across all of Europe. Updated monthly and provided model-by-model, and available only via...

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