just-auto authors and correspondents

just-auto.com editorial team

Articles by just-auto.com editorial team

just-auto takes a Bank Holiday break

26 May 2017

It's the second May Bank Holiday here in the UK so we're having a long weekend off.

Bosch researchers are adopting a new approach to developing micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), paving the way for novel sensors and actuators.Sensing new opportunities

20 January 2016

Motorists’ insatiable appetite for cleaner, safer and more comfortable cars is driving demand for sensors. As part of a new research project from just-auto/QUBE, we consider the forces driving the market for automotive sensors and opportunities for the supply industry.

SOUTH AFRICA: Volkswagen launches optional R-Line package for Beetle, Golf

27 August 2015

Volkswagen has launched an optional R-Line package for certain Beetle and Golf variants.

US: Toyota places $100m EV parts contract with Tesla

21 July 2011

Electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors has announced a US$100m contract with shareholder Toyota Motor to supply powertrains for electric versions of the RAV4 SUV due out in 2012.

BRAZIL: Chery breaks ground for assembly plant

21 July 2011

Chery Automobile has broken ground for a US$400m car assembly plant in Brazil.

JAPAN: MMC sees profitable EVs in two years

21 July 2011

A senior executive expects Mitsubishi Motors' electric vehicles and other environment-friendly models to be profitable in two years.

US: Meritor "tightening" Q3 guidance

21 July 2011

Meritor said on 21 July it was "tightening its EBITDA guidance within its previously announced range, while slightly lowering its revenue and free cash flow guidance for its third quarter of fiscal year 2011".

ITALY: Fiat may build Jeep in Russia - paper

21 July 2011

Fiat is working on an agreement with a Russian financial partner to build a plant producing Jeep brand sport utility vehicles, according to a media report.

UK: Lotus announces increased revenues

21 July 2011

Lotus has announced increased revenues for the year ended 31 March.

RUSSIA: Vehicle market set for up to 40% growth this year – PwC

21 July 2011

Russia's car market is set to grow by 20%-40% in 2011 according to a Russia-based PwC consultant.

Forgot your password?