Vehicle product & design: Latest news and analysis articles
It’s 120kg heavier than its equivalent SDV6 variants, yet averages 30+mpg in the real world with 26% fewer emissions of CO2. It will glide i...
A highlight for the Z-list 'trade site' peasant this week was - courtesy of right place, right time - to sup down at the A-listers' table on...
Volvo's UK unit is keeping one card up its sleeve when it launches the redesigned XC90 SUV starting in June....
As a car brand, Suzuki is not one of the big beasts of the auto industry. It's something of a niche player but is now planning to cement its...
Carl Bayliss recently returned to his homeland after a decade in Hong Kong. He is the new country manager for Infiniti UK, responsible for all business activities including Sales, Marketing and Network Development.
Fiat's 500 family could be the template for future C or D segment models, Fiat global brand chief Olivier Francois has hinted in an interview with just-auto.
The Renault Nissan Alliance plans to launch a global car platform in India.
Some 84% of automotive companies say that information on future car models is important to their company's strategy, yet only 39% claim to have a detailed, written-down forecast, according to a new survey for PLDB, the auto model database from industry analysts just-auto.
Lee Yoo-il, CEO of Ssangyong Motors, has told just-auto that he expects the Mahindra-owned company to return to profitability "maybe next year" as output and sales continue to rise.
Daimler's new Mercedes-Benz Metris is a version of the Vito van adapted for the US market. Van and Tourer (passenger) sales begin in September.
Fiat Chrysler has confirmed that its new roadster developed with Mazda will be named the 124 Spider.
Volvo plans to launch its S60L T3 in China in the second quarter of 2015 at a starting price of CNY220,000 (US$35,661). The new version's 1.5-litre turbocharged three cylinder petrol engine will produce 180hp of power and 265nm of torque.
This was the scene in Monaco yesterday morning as a group of UK journalists set out on a drive to Geneva from Monaco in some old and new Vauxhall cars.
If you live in North America and want to buy an Opel, you head for your friendly Buick corner store and drive home in a shiny new Regal built in Canada, though launch models a few years back actually were shipped over from Germany.
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