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The plug-in hybrid version of the Outlander has been a strong seller for Mitsubishi Motors in the UK and many other European markets. Now co...
A list of world premieres at the 2015 Tokyo motor show appears below....
There is much more to the IAA in Frankfurt than a dazzling array of new cars. At the world's biggest auto show, suppliers' stands bristled w...
Having seen the enormous and ongoing success of the Qashqai in European markets, Renault has at last entered the segment which was more or l...
There years ago this month Paul Philpott became the managing director of Kia Motors for the UK and Ireland. This followed a stint at Kia Motors Europe (KME) in Frankfurt and prior to that, senior roles at Ford of Britain and Toyota GB.
Volvo Cars' technical director for the 90 Cluster models opens up about the development of the XC90. Plus, what's coming for two VCC architectures: SPA for medium and large vehicles, and the smaller Geely-Volvo CMA.
A list of world premieres at the 2015 Guangzhou motor show appears below.
Renault, Michelin and a raft of energy providers, as well as suppliers, are backing a low-carbon report published ahead of next week's COP21 meeting where dozens of Heads of State are expected to descend on Paris.
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) said the COP21 climate conference, starting in Paris next week, was "a historic opportunity to establish a policy framework that allows Europe to drive down greenhouse gas emissions, while generating jobs and economic growth".
ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association) is urging a more "comprehensive" approach be adopted to driving down CO2 emissions from vehicle and production processes ahead of next week's COP21 climate conference in Paris.
BYD says it has helped Amsterdam Schiphol Airport achieve part of its sustainability goals by supplying Europe's "largest, pure electric bus fleet," with a total of 35 airside vehicles in use at Holland's main aviation gateway.
Volkswagen Group announced on Wednesday fixes for 1.6- and two-litre EA 189 diesel engines that give false emissions readings, saying it would need all of 2016 to carry out the recalls. The measures are for Europe only and do not apply to US models.
To the backdrop of bright autumnal sunshine - not to mention a certain German automaker's woes - this year's recent FKG Suppliers Forum in Gothenburg fused a heady mixture of knowledge exchange and networking.
If these images turn out to be the real deal, then Toyota's design department is getting even braver than usual. Taiwan-based Autonet has just published what appear to be shots of the next Prius and Prius PHEV.
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