Vehicle manufacturers: Latest news and analysis articles
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,...
No sooner did the final bars of the score to this year's triumphant Winter Olympics in the Russian city of Sochi fade into memory - accompan...
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...
Ford has launched a revamped version of its Focus model in Geneva as part of a five-year product offensive promised under the 'Go Further' banner. Dave Leggett caught up with Ford of Europe's chief to hear more about the strategy to return the company's European operations to profitability by 2015.
Ford's UK fleet director Phil Hollins is responsible for UK market leader Ford's fleet sales. Dave Leggett recently caught up with him at a launch event for the new Transit Connect.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles's CEO expects its new plant in Brazil will boost profitability there by 2017 after 2013 profits were hit by a cut to subsidies and currency effects.
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".
Political turmoil engulfing Russia and the Ukraine could trigger advanced automotive sales as consumers rush to put finance into hard goods rather than see it devalued by rouble pressure says a Moscow-based analyst.
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.
General Motors plans to spend US$162m on a stamping plant at its Lansing Grand River facility, creating 65 jobs, local economic development officials said.
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz Cars unit sold 104,968 vehicles in February, up 16.5% year on year.
An interesting Insight from across the pond on what Honda got wrong with two generations of its small hybrid.
I have always liked Toyota's attitude with the marketing of the little Aygo, a fun and low-cost car aimed at young buyers (remember the Aygo football game?).
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