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Tata's UK-based Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) unit has grown volume and profit in recent years, underpinned by successful model range additions an...
The boom in natural gas production in the US is leading to a surge in interest in running vehicles on the stuff. In theory, compressed natur...
Mercedes-Benz is rapidly moving its own agenda surrounding the interminable will they/won't they refrigerant debate....
Well, it's been a very short working week - just two days in fact - but the new year has already given us auto industry talking points. As e...
US Tier 1 supplier giant Delphi is backing diesel's long-term growth with an EUR10m investment in its expanded advanced diesel and combustion centre in Bascharage, Luxembourg. For the first time it is bringing together expertise in both petrol and diesel injection systems and technology under the same roof. Ian Adcock heard about Delphi's strategy from John Fuerst, Delphi's president powertrain systems.
Richard Tucker is responsible for the technology development for Shell's commercial and industrial lubricants and fuels. Prior to 2006, when he was appointed to the role, Richard held a number of marketing roles for Shell in the automotive and auto components industry. He talked to Simon Warburton at Shell's recent Energy and Technology Forum near Paris.
The media preview day for AutoChina 2014 is Sunday 20 April. Each time a vehicle or concept world premiere is confirmed for this event, our preview list is updated.
These are the vehicle, concept and product world premieres launched at this key European event.
Average CO2 emissions from new cars across Europe fell to 126.8g/km in 2013, a 5.5g/km improvement over 2012, according to JATO Dynamics.
The European Parliament has voted through the world's toughest carbon dioxide standards for new cars, setting a limit of 95g per kilometre as an average across all new cars sold in the EU, compared with an existing limit of 130g/km.
Volkswagen has decided on 'GTE', rather than the rumoured 'TwinDrive' as the badge for its new plug-in hybrid Golf. The car uses the same powertrain as the Audi A3 e-tron.
The Toyota Prius was the most popular vehicle-line in California for the second year in a row last year.
As I have remarked before, the irrepressible Bob Lutz (age 81 years young) is keeping pretty busy in his retirement.
It might have the same name as this year's car but the new Audi R18 is arguably one of the most advanced racing cars yet seen. The company has just issued a media release explaining much of its technology, including details of its flywheel energy storage system.
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