Retailing & distribution: Latest news and analysis articles
The Detroit show - press days of - dominated the news this week and, as usual, we have grouped our coverage into one handy take-home pack....
As 2014 is the Volkswagen Phaeton’s 12th and most likely final full year of production, Glenn Brooks thought it was high time he tried this...
This year's North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit kicked off yesterday (13 January) against a blizzard of optimistic dat...
The Subaru Outback deserves to find more favour with British buyers, Glenn Brooks believes, after having just tried the updated model with t...
Mark Ovenden, Ford's UK chief, tells Dave Leggett that he's happy with the gradual improvement to the UK economy, the state of the British car market and market leader Ford's position within it.
Soon to clock up six months as head of SEAT, Jürgen Stackmann talks brand performance, plans for China and future products with just-auto.com. Glenn Brooks reports.
Indian owned Ssangyong Motor has announced plans to rebrand the company as it seeks to shed some of its more negative legacies and enter a new era of growth.
American Honda, based in Torrance near Los Angeles, is splitting its upmarket Acura brand into a separate division to "create greater clarity and more cohesive sales and marketing plans", the company said in a statement (see below). The move is effective from 1 April.
Former international footballer David Beckham has joined Tata Motors' luxury car unit Jaguar as a 'brand ambassador' to "support significant forthcoming product launches in China".
Renault aims to sell an initial 150,000 vehicles per year in China after it completes a first phase of an investment programme in the country in 2016.
Toyota, Suzuki and French auto parts manufacturer La Farge separately have bid to set up operations in Myanmar’s Thilawa special economic zone, according to the Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC).
Russian automotive market observers estimate the current unrest created by political turmoil in Ukraine and Crimea is triggering an uptick in sales as consumers look to avoid price rises.
A tale of Kia thievery in the papers today.
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