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Ford's Mexico engine supply problems sound a warning for global supply chains

13 Jul 2020 | Dave Leggett

Ford in the US is facing production shortages due to COVID-19 production constraints at an engine plant in Mexico.


Tesla resilience continues to confound COVID-19 crisis

2 Jul 2020 | Dave Leggett

Tesla's market capitalisation now exceeds that of Toyota, making it the most valued carmaker in the world.


COMMENT - Uber could jeopardise its future with cost cuts

22 May 2020 | GlobalData

Ride sharing providers such as Lyft and Uber are suffering at the hands of COVID-19. However, a balance has to be found between cash conservation and investing in the future.


2020 New York auto show cancelled

22 May 2020 | Glenn Brooks

This year's New York International Auto Show had been due to take place in April but in March it was delayed until August. Now it is being cancelled.


Could Puma lead Ford of Europe rebound?

6 May 2020 | Glenn Brooks

Just before the big markets of Europe fell apart, the new Puma got off to a very strong start, particularly in Italy and Britain. Might that stand this new crossover in good stead once a regional recovery begins?


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Tenneco posts Q2 net loss of US$350m

7 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

Tenneco has reported a second-quarter net loss of US$350m, while revenue fell from US$4.5bn to US$2.6bn.


Cadillac latest to paint target around Tesla

7 Aug 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Tesla is clearly in the sights of General Motors premium brand Cadillac which launched the Lyriq crossover in the US as the "next chapter" for the American luxury brand and a "technology spearhead" for the automaker,according to local reports.


Adient books Q3 net loss, sees Q4 recovery

6 Aug 2020 | Graeme Roberts

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

6 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

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 delivery

6 Aug 2020 | just-auto.com editorial team

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


Delphi Technologies records Q2 operating loss of US$60m

6 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

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


Modine names Mick Lucareli as interim CEO

6 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

Modine president, CEO and member of the board of directors, Thomas Burke has stepped down from his positions with immediate effect.


GM and EVgo to triple US fast charging network in five years

5 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

General Motors and EVgo plan to triple the size of America's largest public fast charging network by adding more than 2,700 new fast chargers during the next five years.


Lear/Gentherm unveil INTU thermal comfort seating

5 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

Lear has unveiled INTU Thermal Comfort with ClimateSense technology, developed in collaboration with Gentherm.


Gentherm records Q2 revenue down 44% to US$136m

5 Aug 2020 | Simon Warburton

Gentherm has posted second-quarter product revenue down 44% to US$136.1m.



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