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Perhaps not surprisingly, given our target audience, the most-read news item on just-auto this week was about a Geneva new product roll-out,...
The sun shone eventually on the automotive industry at this week's Geneva show but there are still a lot of dark clouds hanging over Europe....
Tata's UK-based Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) unit has grown volume and profit in recent years, underpinned by successful model range additions an...
As the four millionth Mégane rolled off the line this week at Renault España’s Palencia plant, Glenn Brooks was trying the just-launched fac...
America's Steel Market Development Institute (SMDI) is a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). Founded in August 2008, the SMDI was previously known as AISI's Market Development programme.
Alongside the enthusiasm amongst car designers for more glass, pressure to produce more complex glazing shapes and styles is also driving up interest in alternative polycarbonate (PC) glazing technologies. We wouldn’t call it a gold rush but we continue to see a steady stream of interest in PC glazings for certain applications. To find out how this market is shaping up, Matthew Beecham spoke to Scott Fallon, general manager, Automotive, SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business.
These are the vehicle, concept and product world premieres launched at this key European event.
People predicting the demise of the internal combustion engine will have to wait a long time to see it from Mercedes-Benz, according to the automaker's head of sustainable research and development, Herbert Kohler.
Apple launched the CarPlay in-car application for its iPhone operating system at Geneva in Volvo, Ferrari and Mercedes models.
McLaren Automotive pulled the covers off the 650S at a special event on the eve of the show.
The latest in a series of concepts which preview two future SsangYong B-segment SUVs has been revealed at the Geneva show.
Honda Automóveis do Brasil (HAB) has opened its new research and development centre in Sumaré following a spend of BRL100m.
What do you do with an EV sports sedan if the company that sold it to you has gone bust?
Audi and Google look odds-on to announce some kind of partnership on infotainment operating systems for cars at next week's CES.
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