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Despite a quarter million slide in vehicle unit sales, Toyota Motor Corporation profits rose in the nine-month period ended 31 December, 201...
Volvo has decided against using range-extenders with its hybrid models, or using internal combustion engines to charge up batteries on the m...
AvtoVAZ is hailing the Russian government's close interest in the automotive industry after Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev held a recent co...
AvtoVAZ is to put employees on a four-day week from 16 February, resulting in a 20% pay cut as the economic travails in Russia continue to e...
Despite a quarter million slide in vehicle unit sales, Toyota Motor Corporation profits rose in the nine-month period ended 31 December, 2015.
Volvo has decided against using range-extenders with its hybrid models, or using internal combustion engines to charge up batteries on the move because of the increased fuel consumption this causes.
AvtoVAZ is hailing the Russian government's close interest in the automotive industry after Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev held a recent conference at the manufacturer's Togliatti headquarters.
AvtoVAZ is to put employees on a four-day week from 16 February, resulting in a 20% pay cut as the economic travails in Russia continue to extract a heavy price on the country's automotive sector.
China’s Jianghuai Automobile Company (JAC), based in Anhui province, plans to build a US$128m assembly plant in Algeria.
North America's 2017 model year Buick Encore will be revealed at next month's New York auto show. The facelifted crossover should have similar updates to the related and just announced Opel Mokka X.
A facelift for the Bentley Mulsanne will have its public debut at next month's Geneva show, and there will be an extended wheelbase version too.
Honda Motor on Friday said it would about 443,000 vehicles in Japan to replace potentially faulty Takata airbags.
Thai auto service chain B-Quik plans to invest THB270m (US$7.6m) this year to expand its nationwide network of service outlets, according to local reports.
Johnson Electric has signed a binding offer to acquire AML Développement, the holding company of AML Systems, a supplier of active modules for vehicle headlamps.
ZF TRW says through its joint venture, Brakes India, it has won the first business award for its Electric Park Brake (EPB) system in the country.
The UK’s new car market got off to "a positive start in January", the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said, with registrations climbing 2.9% year on year to an 11-year high of 169,678 units. January 2005 saw 181,474 new cars registered.
Daimler has posted strong earnings and record sales for 2015, but was met with a fall to its share price after it warned that growth in earnings and profit will slow in 2016.
Johnson Controls has recognised 11 component manufacturers at its sixth annual Supplier Excellence Awards ceremony.
Honda is expanding its recall in North America of late-model vehicles equipped with potentially defective Takata air bags, media reports said.
The German car market was up 3.3% to 218,365 units according to data released by the German KBA organisation.
Delphi has posted fourth quarter profit down 44.1% on currency movements and higher commodity costs, but the figures beat analyst estimates.
Mazda boosted operating income 14.1% to JPY173,370m in the first nine months of fiscal 2015/2016. Sales rose 16.1% to JPY2,547,799.
Chevrolet, Fiat, Hyundai, Isuzu, Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, Renault, Tata Motors, Toyota and Volkswagen all had vehicle and/or concept world premieres at 2016's New Delhi Auto Expo.
Jeep sales in India will start in mid-2016, the automaker confirmed during the Delhi show.
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