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Hyundai Ulsan output stops on COVID-19 case

Hyundai Motor has shut down a factory in South Korea on Friday after a worker tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Autoliv Americas president quits

Autoliv announced Dan Garceau was resigning as president of Autoliv Americas to take up another post outside the company.

Volkswagen details 1-speed gearbox

Volkswagen has provided some details on the 1-speed gearbox fitted to the ID.3 electric car.

Indonesia sales down slightly in January

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Gestamp 2019 net income down 18% to EUR212m

Gestamp has recorded 2019 net income down 17.6% to EUR212m (US$234m), while revenue grew 6.3% to EUR9.1bn.

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Geneva show cancelled as coronavirus spreads - Updated

Organisers of next week's (3 March) Geneva Motor Show have cancelled the event after a Federal Edict banning gatherings of more than 1,000 people came into immediate effect, following the increasing impact of the coronavirus in Europe.

Renault mulls using other suppliers as coronavirus spreads

Renault says it is evaluating whether or not other unnamed component manufacturers can step in to fill the supply gap...

UK car output dips 2.1% in January, but exports up

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Geneva is coronavirus toast - the week

Not entirely unexpected but enough to rattle quite a few people's cages this morning - the Geneva show is off. Not postponed. Too big for that. Axed. Canned. Cancelled. News agency sources reported the announcement following the government in Bern's ban on gatherings of over 1,000 people while a hapless Palexpo 'spokesperson' declined to comment. Eventually came a press conference. Force majeure so forgeddabout suing Palexpo and good luck with nailing legal paper on the Swiss administration's front door.

What you would have seen at the now cancelled Geneva motor show

Volkswagen was one of the last to announce official details of new cars which would have made their global debut at the...

Electrified Soul searching, round two

One thing was abundantly clear at the UK media launch of Kia's fully redesigned, Korean built Soul EV - the days of...

GUEST COMMENT - Mobility tech and the importance of critical components

In a third guest article written exclusively for just-auto, Dato Madani Sahari, the CEO of Malaysia Automotive, Robotics...

ANALYSIS - Ford Focus ST diesel

Market leader Ford says it will be boosting the appeal of the Focus this year within a 48V mild hybrid petrol powertrain. No doubt the C02 number will be good but will there be as much combined vim and sensibility as can be found in the ST 2.0-litre diesel, surely the best Focus yet?

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Why we should applaud VW at the Guggenheim

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Management briefing - 2020 Geneva motor no-show

This year's Geneva Salon will be remembered as being cancelled due to the coronavirus. What would we have seen? There...

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