Vehicle product & design: Latest news and analysis articles
The new head of PSA Peugeot Citroën says the group's model range will be slashed to just 26 vehicles, across three brands, by 2020. Which ve...
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...
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.
The media preview day for AutoChina 2014 was Sunday 20 April.
The media preview days for the 2014 New York International Auto Show were 16 & 17 April.
Land Rover has confirmed the first nameplate in its redesigned Discovery family - previewed in concept form at the New York motor show this week will be the Discovery Sport "premium compact SUV".
Speaking in New York ahead of the auto show, General Motors CEO Mary Barra has announced the formation of a new unit within the global product development area to be tasked with safety performance.
Hella has announced that it has developed and supplied to Audi a headlamp system that automatically adjusts high-beam light patterns for other traffic and pedestrians.
Toyota is on track for the launch of its first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in 2015, with limited numbers also earmarked for Europe, according to remarks made by Toyota Motor Europe executives.
During last week's F-TYPE Coupé launch, its designer mentioned in passing the slightly forward lean of its grille. Which made me think of the way BMWs once were. It seems someone else has been having similar thoughts.
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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