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This is really nicely done - an ingenious way of linking the five-door Civic to the forthcoming, 280+PS Type R.
EV battery range is an interesting area, not least because any discrepancy between claimed range and actual could be pretty significant when margins for error are low and distances travelled are not all that long.
It's rare that a writer on one publication will take direct aim at another publication's work.
SEAT has sent a drone up to film outside and inside its 2.8 million m2 Martorell plant.
Making cars where you sell them makes sense on a number of grounds. It can be a way to save on shipping costs, exploit lower manufacturing costs, avoid import tariffs and reduce exchange rate risks.
The Paris Show seems a long time ago now, but I have been sent a link to a BBC news item in which just-auto's editor makes a brief appearance.
Sometimes the answer to "Why?" can be answered "Just because..." As in this video made by Lexus Poland as part of its launch of the NX mid-size SUV line.
It was interesting to speak with UK prime minister David Cameron yesterday. I didn't have much time, so I went for the European question.
I've been visiting powertrain people at Delphi today, hearing about some of the fascinating stuff going on there to yield engine efficiency savings.
A German couple have just handed over Otto, their trusty 300 GD, to the Mercedes-Benz museum. What makes Otto so special? Read this and find out.
A tour of Detroit at the weekend brought me to Henry Ford's house.
I'm in Detroit at the moment - here to participate in a conference yesterday, followed by a round of company visits and interviews over the next week or so.
There's all manner of interesting stuff in this document, which has surfaced on the web. Such as some supposed future models for the brand. And the possibility that Saab will become a contract assembler.
We have just launched our first readership survey in two years.
Busy day today in Paris. Interviews, people to see, cars to get a look at.
We're digesting the news that TRW will be (subject to the usual approvals) acquired by ZF. Looks like ZF has paid top dollar.
Here we are again. September 11. On that day in 2001, I was in Frankfurt at the auto show.
In a pleasing variation of authority using cameras to spy on car drivers, General Motors has come up with a car camera that can be a nosey parker on the valet parker entrusted with the keys to your pride and joy.
With the Fiat-Chrysler merger now appearing to be on the final straight, this Non Sequitur cartoon about post-merger scenarios gave me a coffee break giggle.
The original 1960s fastback Mustang is one of my all-time favourite car designs.
A small but not insignificant milestone slipped by earlier this week, perhaps unnoticed by most industry watchers.
It really does get tiresome when some (deep breath, choose words carefully) 'uninformed' person tells me the UK doesn't have a car industry any more. We do, albeit mostly foreign owned.
With RHD Tesla cars only going on sale in the UK in recent weeks, it's way too early to be talking about the ownership experience. But in the US, it's a different story.
The product space just below the 'conventional car' is an intriguing one.
Ah, the old chestnut of the promise of the automotive brand, the core brand values and what the brand says about the driver.
Tributes are flowing in for Nick Scheele who has passed away, aged 70.
Mercedes-Benz has wasted no time in basking in Germany's reflected glory of winning the World Cup on Sunday night and becoming the first side since reunification to lift the golden trophy.
We can forget just how amazing some of the technology in the latest production cars is. This video from HMA is a terrific reminder.
TMC continues to promote Japan's Ha-Mo car sharing scheme via its own i-Road commuter model. The latest promotional video is worth a look.
Thoughts are turning to future mobility today. There's an event on this subject in London next week that I will be attending on Wednesday.
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