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ANALYSIS - Future Ford cars and minivans

22 Aug 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Following on from a look at what Ford Motor Company is believed to be planning for Lincoln, the second chapter of a three-part series now tu...


Honda & Acura NSX: better than an Audi R8?

18 Aug 2017 | Glenn Brooks

What could better demonstrate the strange situation that Honda UK and Honda Motor Europe find themselves in than the NSX? Even if you pay th...


Will Ford sieze an EV opportunity for Lincoln?

17 Aug 2017 | Glenn Brooks

It has been just over a year since what Ford calls The Lincoln Motor Company was the subject of a just-auto in-depth analysis feature. China...


Why the Mustang is so successful even in Europe

27 Jul 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Talk to Audi, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and BMW and you'll hear that sales of sports coupes and convertibles are in decline all over Europe. Fo...


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Industry 4.0 more effective than low labour costs

11 Jan 2017 | Calum MacRae

Johannes Roters is the CEO of Yanfeng Automotive Interiors, the vehicle interior giant created by the 2015 70:30 joint-venture between Yanfeng Automotive Trim and Johnson Controls interior business (now Adient). just-auto's Calum MacRae was provided with an update to the company's strategy and progress at the 2017 NAIAS in Detroit.


Delphi CTO targets user cockpit experience

12 Apr 2016 | Dave Leggett

Delphi’s Chief Technology Officer, Jeff Owens, has told just-auto that the automotive battle for the Millennials is being played out in the user experience in the car cockpit.

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Ford opposes Lynk & Co trademark application

22 Aug 2017 | Tony Pugliese

Ford Motor Company has complained to the US Patent and Trademark Office about Chinese automaker Geely Holdings’ application to register the Lynk & Co brand in the USA, according to reports in China citing US sources.


BorgWarner to show technology in IAA debut

22 Aug 2017 | Simon Warburton

BorgWarner will exhibit its technology for the first time at next month's IAA in Frankfurt.


Proterra electric buses for Raleigh Airport

22 Aug 2017 | Simon Warburton

Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU) Authority has approved the purchase of four Proterra Catalyst E2 zero-emissions battery-electric transit buses and related charging infrastructure. 


Johnson Controls unveils leadership changes

22 Aug 2017 | Simon Warburton

Johnson Controls says George Oliver, currently president and COO, will assume the role of chairman and CEO from 1 September, six months earlier than previously announced.


FCA denies Great Wall approach for its business

21 Aug 2017 | Dave Leggett

Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) has denied that it has been approached by Great Wall as rumours continue to swirl over Chinese OEMs interested in acquiring all or part of its automotive operations.


VW to put ID Buzz concept car into production

21 Aug 2017 | Dave Leggett

Volkswagen has confirmed that it will put the ID Buzz electric concept car into production.


Adient to buy Futuris for US$360m

21 Aug 2017 | Simon Warburton

Adient has inked a definitive agreement to acquire Michigan-headquartered Futuris Group for US$360m including the assumption of around US$18m of net debt.


Delphi/Innoviz partner over Lidar solutions

21 Aug 2017 | Dave Leggett

Delphi has signed a commercial partnership agreement with Innoviz Technologies, an Israeli-based company developing Lidar technology for the mass commercialisation of autonomous vehicles. Innoviz’s proprietary Lidar sensing solutions will be integrated into Delphi’s systems to provide automakers with a 'comprehensive portfolio of autonomous driving technologies'. 


2017 Pebble Beach Concours - world debuts

21 Aug 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Monterey Automotive Week, including the 66th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, took place on California's Monterey Peninsula between 15 and 20 August. The following is a list of concept and new model world premieres.


Clarion Sintered Metals expands in Pennsylvania

21 Aug 2017 | Simon Warburton

Pennsylvania Governor, Tom Wolf says Clarion Sintered Metals (CSM) will expand both its facilities in Ridgway, Elk County, creating 55 new jobs in the State.



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