Graeme Roberts reviews a not-so-good news week as far as output and sales are concerned.
How do VW and Toyota sell so many more vehicles than Stellantis, Ford and others? One reason is that neither has slashed their line-up of cars. Indeed, Toyota has the largest range of any brand, with plans for more.
Automakers increasingly looking down their supply chains to hit sustainability goals.
While the tyre industry itself is economically important, it is also politically sensitive because of its size and environmental impact. To learn more about the race for sustainability, we spoke to Falken’s Dr Bernd Löwenhaupt.
How has activity in the automotive sector recovered from Covid-19?
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More on Honda's EV tie-up with GM and its own electrification effort.
Possibly a bitter moment for former workers at the now closed Swindon plant here in England which previously supplied some US market hatchbacks.
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Toyota is cautiously moving towards EVs yet a big chunk of today's profits come from...
Ford poaches a top executive in what is seen as a blow to Apple's auto...
August was not a good month for the global vehicle market.