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The new Fabia five-door hatchback, on sale this month in Britain, is shorter but roomier and weighs an average 65kg less, boasts the largest...
One way or another, this first full working week after the festive break has been an eventful one....
With 32,369 units sold, American Honda's CR-V was the market's best selling SUV in December. Another upset: the Toyota Camry was toppled as...
The newly updated DS 3 is now bordering on true premium qualities and status. But with PSA insisting that DS is a brand, why is there still...
Russia, Lexus' number one market in its European region, might be down, but UK sales are up strongly. On balance then, 2014 has been a good year, according to the brand's Head of Europe. Next, he promises more hybrids but no diesels. Why?
Renault-Nissan Alliance veteran Francois Bancon heads up Product Strategy for Infiniti. He is charged with overseeing a 60 percent expansion of the brand's vehicle range over the next five years.
Volkswagen could move ahead of Toyota as the world’s biggest carmaker by sales as the Japanese company projected a drop in annual its vehicle volume this year with demand dropping in its domestic as well as other key markets.
Malaysia’s second national car company, Perodua, aims to increase sales by 6% to 208,000 units in 2015, compared with flat sales of 196,100 units in 2014, despite what the company describes as "challenging" market conditions in the country.
Car sales in Russia look set to plummet by nearly one quarter in 2015 as the economic crisis batters consumer spending, automobile manufacturers said on Thursday.
Autoliv CEO president and chairman Jan Carlson told Deutsche Bank’s Global Auto Industry Conference in Detroit active safety revenues in 2014 reached around US$490m, essentially reaching the $0.5bn target a year ahead of the plan established in late 2011.
Jaguar says its first crossover will be called 'F-PACE'. The new vehicle is due to enter production in late 2015 and has been previewed by multiple concepts, each named C-X17.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra has said the company expects light vehicle sales in the US to reach 16.5m-17m units in 2015.
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