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Coronavirus gets worse - the week

7 February 2020

The coronavirus, for which we can apparently thank a 'live' food market in the Chinese city of Wuhan, clearly was on your minds this week, unsurprising as we have a large readership toiling daily in the automotive supply chain and component industry. Takeaway: it ain't good and it's going to get worse before it gets better as, despite a massive effort by health authorities - and drug companies - worldwide, it continues to spread.


VW Group 'most exposed' by virus impact - S&P

6 February 2020

Volkswagen Group is the vehicle manufacturer most exposed to the coronavirus outbreak in China, according to a report by ratings agency S&P.


Chinese auto industry impacted hard by coronavirus

3 February 2020

China's automotive industry is expected to take a massive hit from the rapid spread of the corona virus in the last two weeks, at least in the first quarter of the year but very possibly for longer.


Coronavirus and Brexit - the week

31 January 2020

As a colleague 'Skyped' first thing this morning: "What an incredible week for news - rarely known anything like it!" 


Bosch cancels all China travel until end February

31 January 2020

Bosch has cancelled or postponed all travel to and from China until the end of February as the UK confirmed its first coronavirus cases have reached the Western end of Europe.


CES and Ghosn - the week

10 January 2020

You might have noticed something called CES was on in Las Vegas this week.


CES - Land Rover Defender claims world-first dual eSIM connectivity

9 January 2020

Jaguar Land Rover has claimed a world first for its upcoming 2020 Land Rover Defender line with dual modem, dual eSIM connectivity.


CES - Sony's EV concept car surprise

7 January 2020

Sony's electric car concept unveiled at CES yesterday has been called one of the big shockers of the annual tech event in Las Vegas.


just-auto Plus only Mercedes-Benz and Bosch build a modern testing centre for vehicles in Iracemápolis

7 January 2020


Bosch to launch lower cost lidar for AVs

2 January 2020

Bosch says it is ready to make lower cost sensors production ready for automated drive vehicles and that a new long-range lidar (light detection and ranging) sensor will be the first solution suitable for automotive use.


Bosch launches eCall solution in India

11 December 2019

Bosch has launched its eCall solution in India.


Mercedes-Benz and Bosch start San José pilot project for automated ride-hailing service

9 December 2019

Bosch and Mercedes-Benz's joint project to develop urban automated driving has now entered a new stage. Their pilot project for an app-based ride-hailing service using automated Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles has now been launched in the Silicon Valley city of San José.


Mercedes-Benz and Bosch start San José pilot project for automated ride-hailing service

8 December 2019

Bosch and Mercedes-Benz's joint project to develop urban automated driving has now entered a new stage.


CEE - Bosch works with cities on mobility solutions

22 November 2019

Bosch says it is actively engaged with municipal authorities as it looks to its technology to solve some of the most pressing urban congestion issues plaguing large cities.


ARM, Toyota, GM set up new autonomous vehicle technology consortium

10 October 2019

ARM Holdings, owned by Softbank Group, has joined forces with global automotive and technology companies to help speed up the development of standardised computing systems for autonomous vehicles.


Bosch opens engineering centre in Sofia

9 October 2019

Bosch has opened an engineering centre in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.


just-auto Plus only MG launches new MG ZS at IAA

17 September 2019


just-auto Plus only Bosch wins electromobility contracts worth EUR13bn

12 September 2019


just-auto Plus only Small is beautiful – Review of DC electric motors with Bosch

11 September 2019


CATL and Bosch collaborate on 48V battery cells 

5 September 2019

Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) and Bosch have concluded a 'long-term strategic cooperation agreement' that will see CATL supply 48-volt battery cells for Bosch's 48-volt battery system globally.


just-auto Plus only Bosch to enhance vehicle cockpits with 3D displays

13 August 2019


Teralytics raises US$17.5m for mobility solutions

6 August 2019

Teralytics has raised US$17.5m in a round led by Robert Bosch Venture Capital (RBVC), alongside Deutsche Bahn Digital Ventures, innogy Ventures, LBBW Venture Capital, Liil Ventures and existing investors Atomico and Lakestar.


Bosch takes Daimler out of driving seat

23 July 2019

Bosch infrastructure combined with Daimler vehicle technology means cars can now be parked and retrieved without a driver at the Mercedes-Benz Museum parking garage in Stuttgart.


Bosch on tomorrow’s steering systems

15 July 2019

Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH develops, produces, and sells steering technology for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Continuing just-auto/QUBE's series of interviews with tier one component suppliers, we spoke to Jennifer Endres, Vice President Engineering System and Advance (AS/NE), Automotive Steering division, Robert Bosch GmbH about electric power steering, steer-by-wire and steering systems for Level 4/5 cars.


just-auto Plus only Bosch expands its digital supply chain

12 July 2019


just-auto Plus only Bosch develops Cloud battery performance systems

10 July 2019


just-auto Plus only Bosch on tomorrow’s steering systems

25 June 2019


VinFast launches first home grown model in Vietnam

24 June 2019

The leading domestic conglomerate in Vietnam, VinGroup, officially opened its new vehicle assembly plant in the northern port city of Haiphong with a ceremony attended by prime minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and other government officials.


Supply chain opportunities from vehicle electrification to top bill at SMMT Open Forum

3 June 2019

Opportunities in the automotive supply chain from the shift to electrification will be the focus of debate at The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) Open Forum, taking place at Automechanika Birmingham on 4-6 June. Vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and innovators will come together to discuss key issues, in particular battery design and development.


Prosecutors fine Bosch EUR90m for dieselgate cheat

23 May 2019

Bosch has agreed to pay an EUR90m fine for lapses in supervisory duties which enabled carmakers such as Volkswagen to engage in emissions cheating.

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Bosch news

Coronavirus gets worse - the week

7 February 2020

The coronavirus, for which we can apparently thank a 'live' food market in the Chinese city of Wu...


VW Group 'most exposed' by virus impact - S&P

6 February 2020

Volkswagen Group is the vehicle manufacturer most exposed to the coronavirus outbreak in China, a...


Chinese auto industry impacted hard by coronavirus

3 February 2020

China's automotive industry is expected to take a massive hit from the rapid spread of the corona...


Coronavirus and Brexit - the week

31 January 2020

As a colleague 'Skyped' first thing this morning: "What an incredible week for news - rarely know...


Bosch cancels all China travel until end February

31 January 2020

Bosch has cancelled or postponed all travel to and from China until the end of February as the UK...


CES and Ghosn - the week

10 January 2020

You might have noticed something called CES was on in Las Vegas this week. The Consumer Electroni...



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