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Adient books Q3 net loss, sees Q4 recovery

Seating supplier Adient has announced a Q3 net loss of $325m and a loss of $3.46 per share.

BorgWarner posts Q2 net loss of US$98m

BorgWarner has recorded a second-quarter net loss of US$98m, while sales fell 44% to US$1.43bn.

TuSimple steps up development of autonomous truck

Autonomous driving technology company TuSimple has stepped up efforts to develop and commercialise its self-driving technology platform for delivery...

Delphi Technologies Q2 operating loss of US$60m

Delphi Technologies has posted a second-quarter operating loss of US$60m, compared to an operating income of US$56m in the previous year.

Mann+Hummel ends Ludwigsburg production

Mann+Hummel Group says its Ludwigsburg plant will no longer be accepting any new production orders.

PSA's Free2Move can seek new outside investors

Free2Move, the car rental and car-sharing business developed by PSA Group, now has the capacity to start to court new outside investors, its chief...

Porsche Digital opens office in Barcelona

Porsche's digital subsidiary is expanding its international network for the development of digital business models, with a new office in Barcelona.

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Toyota beats analysts with small Q1 profit

Toyota Motor reportedly has booked its smallest quarterly profit in nine years as the coronavirus pandemic halved its...

Daimler starts second phase of EV heavy truck tests

After a year of intensive practical use by 10 customers in Germany and Switzerland, Daimler is trialling eight more...

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Future models - Aston Martin Lagonda

The first half of 2020 should have been a stand-out time for Aston Martin Lagonda, following the opening of a new factory and the arrival of the company's first SUV. Instead, sales took a dive in almost all markets, the share price collapsed and Andy Palmer was replaced as CEO. New boss Tobias Moers has much to do but at least in terms of future models, there is much in the works.

All of Turkey’s Christmases come at once as sales continue to confound

As anticipated, July was indeed a month to remember for the Turkish market with light vehicle sales surging by an...

Triad vehicle markets post stronger than expected sales in July

Provisional data compiled by GlobalData shows a much stronger demand picture for light vehicles in July than anticipated...

Mazda future models

Mazda celebrates its 100th birthday this year. While it won't be breaking any sales or profits records in 2020, the firm...

Mitsubishi’s new three-year plan will bring it closer to Nissan

Mitsubishi Motors last week announced a new far-reaching three-year business plan, referred to as 'Small but Beautiful', which reflects the harsh market conditions and challenges that have come about as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

RESEARCH SNAPSHOT - Level 2 ADAS technologies trickle down car segments

While advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) technologies have appeared in luxury cars for some time, they are...

Interior design and technology – Volvo V60

The third-generation Volvo V60 was launched two years ago in its natural habitat – the driveway of a family home in...

Honda e - finally an electric car to lust after

Retro-cute looks and snazzy interiors are not normally what we associate with Hondas sold in the European region. In...

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COVID-19 hits the auto industry

The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak is causing disruption in China (especially Hubei province) with knock-on impacts on...

CES 2020

OEMs and Tier 1s announce vehicle and technology innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Our...

PSA and FCA plan to merge

PSA and FCA have jointly published plans for a merger that they say opens a path to the creation of a new group with...

Strike hits General Motors in North America

In the middle of September, some 49,000 UAW members at GM in the US walked out in what is the company's first strike...

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Seven golden rules of supply chain management

Supply chain resilience has been sorely tested by Covid-19. We speak to Professor Richard Wilding, who outlines seven...

Exhausting business – Tenneco hits the right note on the Chevy Corvette

Tenneco is supplying thermal and acoustic management solutions in an exhaust system design for first-ever, mid-engine...

Faurecia VP on connected and personalised car interiors

If you appreciate uncluttered, simple dashboards, then it will come as welcome news that traditional...

Exponential demand for ADAS puts pressure on vehicle testing

The volume and complexity of vehicle testing for assessments and approvals are expanding rapidly,...

Falken Tyre is on a roll as the COVID-19 lockdown eases

In the latest of our COVID-19 industry updates, we speak with Markus Bögner, COO and President of...

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2020 and Beyond – What can we expect from the Next 20 Years of Automotive Technology?

TU-Automotive Detroit is celebrating its 20th birthday this year. And to kick off this year’s campaign we looked back at the past 20 years of Automotive Technology and asked our...

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Global light vehicle transmissions and clutches market - forecasts to 2035

Global light vehicle transmissions and clutches market - forecasts to 2035

This report from just-auto provides a comprehensive overview of the global transmissions sector, major suppliers, top markets, technology trends and market size forecasts. Use this report to gain a quick overview of the sector and to understand the size and scope of the world's key markets.. Read more

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