Post-Geneva, there was no shortage of auto industry happenings this week....
Yes folks, there's a ghost in the house and the temptation is to say, it's the ghost of safety. Okay, that's a bit laboured in the week of H...
There are 15 vacant desks at General Motors in the US today - the latest development in the debacle that saw a faulty ignition switch design...
Europe remains world's largest aftermarket according to data from research firm Frost & Sullivan. It's a big industry accounting for around...
Dr. Jens Sommer has worked as Senior Transmission Expert in Shell Global Solutions in Germany since 2010. Currently, he is based at Shell's new Technology Centre in Shanghai to support local OEMs. As Senior Transmission Expert, Dr. Sommer is in charge of manual transmission and dry dual clutch transmission fluid development activities, which covers passenger cars as well as heavy duty applications.
Federal-Mogul’s Vehicle Components division was recently renamed Federal-Mogul Motorparts. This business manufactures vehicle braking, chassis, sealing and other service parts. Here, Matthew Beecham spoke to Daniel Ninivaggi, CEO, Federal-Mogul Motorparts.
Chinese state television channel China Central Television (CCTV)'s annual '3.15' investigative special claimed the local units of Volkswagen, Nissan Motor and Daimler had oversold repairs and spare parts.
Michelin plans to increase production at its Nyíregyháza plant in Hungary, as part of a project costing EUR40m (US$43.3m).
Cars will soon become like another room in the house, with wireless streaming of high-definition audio direct from home to cockpit.
Changing attitudes of future car buyers will change the way dealers do business with their customers - that's if they use dealers at all.
Porsche has launched a navigation radio that fits the DIN-1 slot space in older models.
Goodyear will pay around US$32m in salaries in arrears, interest and related payroll taxes to about 320 employees at its subsidiary Goodyear Dunlop Tyres Hellas SAIC.
We have just launched our first readership survey in two years.
Well, it is maybe not an innovation for people to be all that pleased about.
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- ANALYSIS: Depressed Thai market forces rethink
- VEHICLE ANALYSIS: A new Volkswagen for the fleets
- ANALYSIS: UK supplier industry perks up
- New York show debuts: Lincoln Continental added
- Tata's Jaguar Land Rover announces GBP 600m spend
- Jaguar unveils second generation XF in London
- Jaguar Land Rover announces Whitley R&D expansion
- Car sharing won't replace car ownership - BMW