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Honda Cars India (HCIL), Honda Motor’s automobile production and sales subsidiary in India will expand its second car production plant, the...
Russia presents "more questions than answers" at the moment says European supplier association, CLEPA, but despite undoubted challenges, the...
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz plans to follow rival Volkswagen into the one tonne pickup truck segment by the end of the decade but not in North A...
Work has started in the European Commission (EC) to mull even stricter environmental goals as the relentless drive to cut CO2 emissions cont...
Honda Cars India (HCIL), Honda Motor’s automobile production and sales subsidiary in India will expand its second car production plant, the parent company in Japan announced on Friday.
Russia presents "more questions than answers" at the moment says European supplier association, CLEPA, but despite undoubted challenges, the market is one for the long term.
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz plans to follow rival Volkswagen into the one tonne pickup truck segment by the end of the decade but not in North America or Asia, at least initially.
Work has started in the European Commission (EC) to mull even stricter environmental goals as the relentless drive to cut CO2 emissions continues.
BMW Group's head of sustainability communications, Glenn Schmidt, has told just-auto that emerging business models in areas such as car sharing will work alongside the continuing desire of consumers to own cars.
Toyota Motor Sales USA has revealed the model name for Scion's small Mazda-based sedan.
After fruitless attempts to boost its low sales of utilities and pickup trucks in Brazil, Mahindra’s import, assembly and sales agent Bramont has closed its its assembly line in Manaus, capital of the state of Amazonas, 4,000km/2,500mi north of São Paulo City.
Toyota plans to increase the production of hybrid vehicles in Japan in order so that by 2016 every second car sold locally is a hybrid.
America's UAW labour body is welcoming the US government's decision to make a conditional commitment for a US$259m loan to Alcoa.
Kia Motors plans to manufacture the Forte compact and an unnamed small car at its first plant in Mexico, in Nuevo Leon.
China Automotive Systems' net sales for full year 2014 were up 56.47% to US$11.82m compared with $7.56m in 2013.
Millbrook, the former Vauxhall proving ground operation that is now an independent test and technology centre, said it was joining a UK industry consortium to develop a new class of zero-emission, light commercial vehicle (LCV).
Research commissioned by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has found the development of connected and autonomous vehicles will help generate 320,000 jobs in the country as well as delivering other benefits to the economy.
Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover has announced a GBP600m plant and R&D spend in central England where it is based.
A spokesman for Renault has told just-auto that "a D segment sedan and wagon" range will replace the current Laguna and Latitude/Safrane models. There will not be a successor for the Laguna coupe.
Ford India has officially opened its new vehicle and engine manufacturing facility in Sanand, Gujarat.
Spanish supplier, Gestamp, says it has used the economic crisis of the past few years to diversify its portfolio and post significantly improved revenue.
BMW plans to step up component localisation in China and will launch six more models specifically designed for the market in the next few years. It already makes special long wheelbase models there.
Carmakers are increasingly talking to different industry sectors, governments and organisations, moving beyond their traditional tier one suppliers as connected and autonomous cars become a reality.
European automotive supplier body, CLEPA says a certain amount of consolidation in the component sector is necessary as the segment recovers after the deep recession of the past few years.
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