Vehicle product & design: 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,...
Can a Kia ever be considered against the Golf GTI, Glenn Brooks wonders, as he tries the strangely named pro_cee'd GT....
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....
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...
People are beginning to talk more and more about electric cars as manufacturers like BMW and Volkswagen enter the market and raise awareness. That's the view of Ben Fletcher, product manager for EVs at Renault UK.
As a leading global supplier of automotive electronics and technologies, Delphi provides vehicle manufacturers with systems integration and connected vehicle solutions designed to mitigate driver distraction, as well as link drivers to an array of services through cloud connectivity and safety systems. Vanessa Scholfield, editor of just-auto/QUBE's Connected Vehicle service spoke to Jonathan Nattrass, Delphi Managing Director Europe - Software and Services (MyFi) to discuss the latest technical developments and trends in Delphi's vehicle connectivity services.
Potential buyers world wide take independent new car safety reveiews very seriously these days and Mazda claims its latest 6 [Atenza in Japan and China] is now officially one of the safest cars available globally, having received the highest possible safety ratings in Europe, Japan, Australia and the US.
The media preview day for AutoChina 2014 is Sunday 20 April. Each time a vehicle or concept world premiere is confirmed for this event, our preview list is updated.
Speaking at the Geneva motor show, a Renault spokesman has told just-auto.com that "whilst the platform is Z.E. ready, no Twingo Z.E. is currently planned".
Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti plan will share development of compact cars to cut costs, and expand Daimler's North American production footprint and the Infiniti range, according to a news agency report.
Wide-ranging, ongoing talks between Tata Motors and its UK unit Jaguar Land Rover's Chinese JV partner Chery Automobile could result in platform sharing, access to China for Tata brand vehicles and possible reciprocal help to introduce Chery to India, a local media report said.
A crossover is "almost tailor-made" for Seat and would fit very well with the brand's image, said chairman Jurgen Stackmann.
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?).
Chinese-Israeli manufacturer Qoros showed its hatchback in Geneva this year.
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