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GENEVA: Kia to renew full line within three years3 Mar 15

Kia will introduce an entire new model range over the next three years as part of its efforts to become a 500,000 cars a year brand in Europe by the end of the decade....read more

SOUTH KOREA: Ssangyong to launch SUV based on Tivoli platform3 Mar 15

Ssangyong plans to launch an SUV in 2018. The unnamed model will be based on a stretched version of the Tivoli's platform....read more

UK: French market sales make gains in early 2015 - analyst3 Mar 15

French light vehicle registrations have continued to make gains during the early months of 2015, IHS Automotive principal analyst Ian Fletcher said in a research note....read more

GENEVA: GM targets 100,000 for new baby3 Mar 15

General Motors expects its new entry-level car, which will be badged as the Opel Karl in mainland Europe and revive Vauxhall's Viva nameplate in the UK, to sell close to 100,000 units a year....read more

GENEVA: Honda unleashes a product blitz3 Mar 15

Plenty of new and exotic machinery is on display at Geneva this year but there are few companies for which this show is so important than Honda....read more

GENEVA: Toyota joins engine downsize bandwagon3 Mar 15

Toyota has joined the engine downsize bandwagon, introducing at the Geneva show a new turbocharged 1.2-litre I4 to replace its normally aspirated 1.6 in the C segment Auris sold in other markets as th...read more

JAPAN: Takata to double replacement airbag output3 Mar 15

Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata Corporation said it was doubling production of replacement airbags in response to the massive safety recall by leading global vehicle manufacturers....read more

GENEVA: OnStar to be 'revolutionary' in Europe - Opel chief3 Mar 15

General Motors' European chief, Karl-Thomas Neumann, believes that the rollout of the company's OnStar telematics system to Europe will have a revolutionary impact on the auto industry....read more

SPAIN: Ford trials connected electric bikes2 Mar 15

Ford is expanding its global Smart Mobility plan with a new experiment to study how electric bicycles can work seamlessly with cars and public transport to deliver faster and easier daily commutes and...read more

SPAIN: Ford launches new app for EV drivers2 Mar 15

Ford is launching a new app that enables electric vehicle drivers to remotely connect their smartphone with the car to manage charging – and even set a chosen cabin temperature before their journey....read more

SWEDEN: Volvo Cars eyes cloud connectivity2 Mar 15

Geely's Volvo Cars is currently investigating a whole range of connected car services that could be provided thanks to available in-car data and the cloud....read more

INDONESIA: Mitsubishi plans new Indonesia JV assembly plant2 Mar 15

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) have announced the establishment of a new joint manufacturing company, Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Indonesia (MMKI), with local pa...read more

GERMANY: Volkswagen Group full year profit rises2 Mar 15

The Volkswagen Group improved its earnings strength again in 2014 and continued along its qualitative growth path despite major economic challenges. With sales revenue of EUR202.5bn (US$226.62bn) (pre...read more

UK: Ricardo’s first half profits up2 Mar 15

Ricardo's revenue for the first six months ended 31 December 2014 was up 7.69% to GBP120.5m (US$185.9m) compared with GBP111.9m a year earlier....read more

US: FCA recalls 467,480 SUVs globally2 Mar 15

FCA US is voluntarily recalling an estimated 467,480 SUVs worldwide to install new a relay circuit that improves fuel pump relay durability....read more

INDIA: Toyota Kirloskar sales up 17% in February2 Mar 15

Toyota Kirloskar Motor sales rose 17% in February to 11,802 units compared to 10,100 in February 2014....read more

INDIA: Maruti February sales increase2 Mar 15

Indian car market leader Maruti Suzuki sold 118,551 units in February 2015....read more

MEXICO: No agreement with Brazil on new auto pact2 Mar 15

After two days of negotiations, Mexico and Brazil still had not reached an agreement on an auto pact and will continue discussions in the second week of March, the Mexican government said....read more

INDONESIA: 2015 vehicle sales growth pegged at 5%2 Mar 15

Frost & Sullivan is expecting total vehicle sales in Indonesia to grow 5% year on year to reach 1.268m units in 2015, mainly driven by the higher purchasing power from the middle class population and ...read more

US: Automakers try to solve airbag problems2 Mar 15

Ten automakers affected by airbag recalls in the USA, and Takata – the Japanese supplier at the centre - have hired the services of a US ballistics and rocket propulsion systems manufacturer to help s...read more

GENEVA DEBUTS LIST: Volvo V60 D5 Twin Engine added2 Mar 15

The media preview days of the 2015 Geneva motor show are Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 March. Here follows the latest list of vehicle and concept world premieres....read more

US: GM to axe Sonic output in Thailand27 Feb 15

A day after announcing it is to stop making GM-branded cars in Indonesia, General Motors said on Friday it would cease production of its Chevrolet Sonic in Thailand by the middle of this year....read more

JAPAN: Nissan has plant capacity for 10% US share27 Feb 15

Nissan Motor will be able to meet its goal of taking 10% of the US market in two years without any major new investments and by making use of capacity available at factories in Japan and South Korea, ...read more

UK: Yokohama signs five-year Chelsea deal thought to be worth GBP200m27 Feb 15

Yokohama Rubber has inked a five-year sponsorship with Chelsea Football Club widely thought to be worth in the region of GBP200m (US$308m)....read more

SWEDEN: NEVS estimates reorganisation exit "very likely"27 Feb 15

National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) says it considers it "very likely" it will secure approval for a compensation plan from 60% of creditors and exit the current reorganisation status....read more

BRAZIL: GM workers end six day strike27 Feb 15

Workers at General Motors Brazilian car factory have ended their strike after the carmaker dropped plans to furlough around 800 workers. The strike lasted for six days....read more

GERMANY: Volkswagen begins Future Automotive Supply Tracks programme27 Feb 15

Volkswagen Group invited its key global suppliers to Wolfsburg for the kick-off event of the new FAST (Future Automotive Supply Tracks) programme....read more

JAPAN: Mazda launches CX-327 Feb 15

Mazda Motor has launched the CX-3 compact crossover SUV in Japan....read more

US: FCA to recall MY2015 cars for park engagement issue27 Feb 15

FCA US is launching a recall of 2015 cars to resolve manufacturing issues that may prevent the vehicles from shifting into park....read more

US: FCA to start exports from Wilmington27 Feb 15

FCA US has announced that it will begin exporting vehicles from the port of Wilmington, Delaware, in March....read more

BRAZIL: 2014 model leadership goes down to wire27 Feb 15

In the first year of new safety rules here in Brazil, aged models were phased out - VW Kombi, Fiat Mille and Gol Mk IV so 2014 year kept rivals Fiat and Volkswagen on tenterhooks until 31 December to ...read more

UK: BMW 2 Series Convertible launched27 Feb 15

BMW has launched its 2 Series Convertible in the UK car market. The new model directly replaces the 1 Series Convertible and is significantly larger than that car (72mm longer and 22mm wider)....read more

US: Visteon records US$295m full-year loss27 Feb 15

Visteon has posted a US$295m net loss, including a US$343m loss on discontinued operations....read more

CANADA: Ford plant starts on Edge26 Feb 15

Ford's Oakville assembly plant outside of Toronto, Canada, has started production of the 2015 Edge SUV....read more

SOUTH AFRICA: BMW's Rosslyn plant builds 1m26 Feb 15

BMW South Africa's Rosslyn, Pretoria plant has built its millionth vehicle, a 3 Series sedan....read more