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Geneva show debuts list - Mitsubishi 'compact' SUV

24 Jan 2017 | Glenn Brooks

A small Mitsubishi SUV will make its world premiere at the Geneva motor show, MMC has announced....


US-China trade war 'unlikely' - Credit Suisse research note

23 Jan 2017 | Dave Leggett

Although risks of trade friction have increased with Donald Trump's election as President in the US, a research note from investment bank Cr...


BMW pushes tariff-free access post-Brexit

23 Jan 2017 | Simon Warburton

BMW says it is in talks with German and British government bodies, as well as the VDA, with the Munich-based automaker urging London to main...


Will CR-V top Honda's Civic in the US this year?

23 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

The new generation CR-V appears likely to to become Honda's top seller in the United States but a top executive isn't ruling out the also re...

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Geneva show debuts list - Mitsubishi 'compact' SUV

24 Jan 2017 | Glenn Brooks

A small Mitsubishi SUV will make its world premiere at the Geneva motor show, MMC has announced.


US-China trade war 'unlikely' - Credit Suisse research note

23 Jan 2017 | Dave Leggett

Although risks of trade friction have increased with Donald Trump's election as President in the US, a research note from investment bank Credit Suisse sees an all-out trade war between the US and China as 'unlikely'. The note also suggests a proposal in Congress for a tax adjustment on export income might emerge as a viable compromise to assist US exporters while avoiding the risk of retaliation from import tariff hikes.


BMW pushes tariff-free access post-Brexit

23 Jan 2017 | Simon Warburton

BMW says it is in talks with German and British government bodies, as well as the VDA, with the Munich-based automaker urging London to maintain tariff-free access to the European Union (EU) post Brexit.


Will CR-V top Honda's Civic in the US this year?

23 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

The new generation CR-V appears likely to to become Honda's top seller in the United States but a top executive isn't ruling out the also recently redesigned Civic.


GM India halts new product spend for review

23 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

General Motors has halted spending on new models for India while it reviews its future product line, a media report said.


New CTO for Delphi as Jeff Owens retires after 40 years

23 Jan 2017 | Simon Warburton

Delphi has named Glen De Vos as chief technology officer (CTO) and senior vice president, effective 1 March, succeeding current incumbent, Jeff Owens, who will retire after more than 40 years with Delphi.


BMW buyer plans more parts purchasing with Daimler - report

23 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

BMW will buy more autoparts with Daimler, new purchasing head Markus Duesmann told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.


Thyssenkrupp ups investment in China

23 Jan 2017 | Dave Leggett

Thyssenkrupp is further expanding its automotive components business in China. The industrial group plans to build a new plant for springs and stabilisers in the Chinese city of Pinghu


Nissan to review UK investment once Brexit terms clear

23 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

Nissan's CEO has said the automaker would review its position on UK investment once the UK government makes clear its Brexit terms.


Bosch and Mahle will sell turbocharger joint venture

23 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

The Bosch Group and Mahle groups  said on Monday they would sell their joint venture, Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems (BMTS) founded in 2008.


VDA warns against "protectionism" as President Trump starts work

23 Jan 2017 | Simon Warburton

German automotive body, VDA, says the US would be "shooting itself in the foot," if newly-installed US President, Donald Trump makes good on his comments he could impose a 35% border tax on imported vehicles.


just-auto Plus only UQM Technologies appoints new vice president and general manager

23 Jan 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

UQM Technologies, is pleased to announce that Mr. Yi-Zhen (Fred) Lin has joined UQM as vice president and general manager of UQM Asia...


Thyssenkrupp breaks ground for new Liechtenstein test centre

23 Jan 2017 | Simon Warburton

Thyssenkrupp has broken ground for construction of a EUR15m (US$16m) new steering technology test and development centre in Liechtenstein at its steering business headquarters in Eschen, with completion slated for the first half of 2019.


just-auto Plus only Tower International announces leadership changes

23 Jan 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

Tower International a leading integrated global manufacturer of engineered automotive structural metal components and assemblies, on 20...


just-auto Plus only PPG acquires China based Futian Xinshi

23 Jan 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

PPG on 20 January 2017 announced that it has acquired certain assets of automotive refinish coatings company Futian Xinshi (Futian)....


just-auto Plus only Ford to test its new driver assist technologies in China

23 Jan 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

Ever asked yourself whether to speed up or slow down when approaching a street crossing? What about that nagging feeling that traffic you...


just-auto Plus only Ford builds Driving Dynamics Laboratory at Dearborn campus

23 Jan 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

By the end of 2017, Ford and its engineers will be benefitting more from the value of the trackside property at the Dearborn Proving...


just-auto Plus only Ford begins plug-in hybrid van trials in London

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Ford Motor Company is launching a multimillion-pound project designed to help improve air quality in London as the automaker accelerates its...


Takata shares suspended ahead of rescue plans

20 Jan 2017 | Graeme Roberts

Takata shares were suspended on the Tokyo stock exchange this week at Wednesday’s closing price of JPY867 following reports that two companies are set propose separate rescue plans through the Japanese courts.


VDA urges UK trading status quo as Article 50 looms

20 Jan 2017 | Simon Warburton

Germany's powerful automotive industry association, VDA, is urging trading conditions with the UK and the European Union (EU) remain as they are as Britain starts to flesh out its wish list for leaving the Brussels body.

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