Vehicle manufacturing: Latest news and analysis articles
With a zero to 62mph time of just five seconds, this is the fastest Golf yet. But does the 300PS (221kW), four-wheel drive R live up to the...
It might be about to enter its ninth year of production but the L200 pick-up remains competitive and has aided Mitsubishi Motors Europe's 23...
As sticking points go, South Africa's so-called 'peace clause' has proved exceptionally tricky to shift....
The sales target might be modest but there's no denying the ability of BMW's newest model, the Macan and Evoque-challenging X4....
Citroën C4 Cactus Chef de Projet Anne Ruthmann answers questions on key suppliers, lightweight technology, sales prospects and other topics.
SAIC Motor technical Centre UK SMTC UK works on designing, developing and engineering advanced new vehicle and powertrain products for SAIC, one of the world's largest automotive manufacturers and owner of the MG brand. Dave Leggett interviewed SMTC UK's managing director David Lindley.
Both sides in South Africa's latest industrial spat are ramping up the verbal vitriol, following a major employer body's decision to lock out formerly striking metalworkers.
South Africa's Labour Ministry says business owners also have the right to strike as the country reels under yet another manufacturing setback.
The Shanghai-GM-Wuling joint venture has launched a new minivan for its Baojun brand. SGMW says the 730 introduces a new vehicle architecture.
Daimler is to spend EUR1.5bn (US$2bn) to modernise the Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen plant by 2020 and has also reached a multi-year agreement with the works council on cost reductions worth several million euros.
South African employer body, NEASA, says there have been "confrontations" as its requested lock-out by members continues following the ending of the country's damaging metalworking strike.
South Africa's engineering bargaining council (MEIBC), says pictures of striking employees carrying tyres were 'not very helpful' as the country starts to recover from the near five-week walkout.
Ah, the old chestnut of the promise of the automotive brand, the core brand values and what the brand says about the driver.
Speaking at a Bloomberg summit in San Francisco, a Toyota engineer has disclosed an advanced engineering project for cars which would hover just above roads.
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