Vehicle product & design: Latest news and analysis articles
One of the major reasons for Kia's phenomenal rise in recent years is its ability to produce specific models in and for the markets where th...
GM Europe's Mokka is one of the most successful B-SUVs in the region, but does that mean that few people are interested in a pricey Corsa? N...
Just as in Europe, India or the USA, looking at China as one market doesn't give you the full picture. Differences across geographical areas...
Minnow Mitsubishi Motors UK (MMUK) is only a bit player in the 2.5m unit UK new car and 321,000 commercial vehicle market but has long punch...
In the second of a two-part Q&A, Paul Philpott reveals when Kia will launch a B-crossover, how he won't rule out one day outselling Toyota, and the secret of how a cheap cars brand became one now selling GBP40,000-plus models.
The Frankfurt motor show will be the launch pad for a very important Jaguar, the F-Pace SUV, vital for the brand in the US and Chinese markets, and a car chief designer Ian Callum "swore I'd never do".
GM has announced that its Chevrolet brand is to be at the heart of a new investment plan to strengthen its emerging markets business with a family of new models.
General Motors and Chinese partner Shanghai Automotive Industry (SAIC) are gearing up to build a new line of Chevrolet branded vehicles for sale in emerging markets.
Renault India reportedly plans to offer the facelifted Duster with a six speed, dual clutch, automatic transmission called Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC).
Hyundai plans to start exporting the Creta from India to Africa, the Middle East and Latin America from 2015, as the company looks to boost its global sales.
Kia UK’s MD Paul Philpott has told just-auto that the brand is “ready for a sports car” but that such a vehicle “has to work globally”.
Hackers appear to have demonstrated the capability to gain control of a Jeep in use, from a base some ten miles away.
The Fiat 500 – car or fashion accessory? At the launch of the updated model this week there was plenty of evidence to suggest it's more the latter than the former.
It's a recurring theme. We seem to be on the cusp of big changes that will profoundly impact car manufacturers, technology providers, component suppliers and all of us who move around - especially city dwellers.
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- JCI confirms auto exit as supplier eddies swirl
- Fiat Chrysler cops record penalty from NHTSA
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