Vehicle manufacturing: Latest news and analysis articles
PSA's Carlos Tavares wasted little time getting his feet under the CEO's table before announcing he was getting the pruning knife out to hac...
There's a tale told that Leonard Lord, head of British Motor Corporation (the merged Austin and Morris post-war), eyed Isetta bubble cars an...
It was a record March and first quarter for Audi, globally and in Britain. To stay ahead of BMW and Mercedes-Benz, more crossovers, includin...
Mitsubishi Motors UK's MD is making a bold claim for a brand which retailed 2,700 passenger vehicles in Q1: he wants to sell 3,000-10,000 un...
Yoo Il Lee, a former senior executive with Hyundai Motor, came out of retirement three years ago to run SsangYong Motor, having been appointed by a bankruptcy court. The now profitable firm has ambitious plans, Glenn Brooks hears.
Marcus Osegowitsch is general director, Volkswagen Group Rus and Simon Warburton caught up with him on the sidelines of this year's Russian Automotive Forum organised by Adam Smith Conferences in Moscow.
After spending BRL400m/US$180m, Ford has just opened the first engine plant in Brazil's northeast region with capacity for 210,000 engines a year and 300 new jobs.
Volkswagen is leaving open the door to "representation" for its Tennessee employees following the UAW's decision to withdraw its appeal with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), relating to what it referred to as interference in elections for the automaker's Chattanooga workers.
New models from Nissan (Qashqai) and BMW's Mini (redesigned hatchback) helped boost UK car production by 12% in March to 142,158 units.
A new Fiat model will be made at the company's plant in Tychy, Poland, Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski said.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor employees have returned to work at two plants, their union said.
Toyota, the global leader in hybrid vehicles, will start to source hybrid components in China for its locally produced Corolla and Levin models from next year rather than import them from Japan.
The latest issue of Lotus Engineering's proActive is out.
This three and a bit minutes video takes you inside the soon to be expanded plant where BMW makes the new X4.
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