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BMW and Mercedes talks prove auto is very CASE sensitive

22 January 2019 | Calum MacRae

BMW and Mercedes talks prove auto is very CASE sensitive Calum MacRae Recent reports emanating from the German newspaper Handelsblatt suggest that the two fierce rivals, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, are ... read more


Ghosn, Brexit and a giant BMW grille - the week

18 January 2019 | Dave Leggett

Ghosn, Brexit and a giant BMW grille - the week Dave Leggett As one of my colleagues remarked, the rather substantial grille on the just  facelifted BMW 7 Series is a little reminiscent of the ... read more


DETROIT REPORT - Trucks and performance cars dominate NAIAS

16 January 2019 | Dave Leggett

DETROIT REPORT - Trucks and performance cars dominate NAIAS Dave Leggett As news of Ford and VW's tie-up dominated headlines from NAIAS 2019 in Detroit, the show halls amply illustrated the curren... read more


Ford and JLR wield the jobs axe - the week

11 January 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Ford and JLR wield the jobs axe - the week Graeme Roberts Restructuring announcements by two major automakers imperiled the job prospects of thousands and rather took the edge off all the clever tech... read more


Mobile power banks for e-cars - the week

4 January 2019 | Dave Leggett

Mobile power banks for e-cars - the week Dave Leggett Another annual US light vehicle market over 17m units has been posted, the fourth in a row. 2018's tally was pretty impressive in the end, but ... read more


Review of 2018 - Part 2

23 December 2018 | Dave Leggett

Review of 2018 - Part 2 Dave Leggett 2018 was quite the year and threw up one or two surprises in the automotive business. Editor Dave Leggett's personal review picks out some highlights as seen thr... read more


Review of 2018 - Part 1

20 December 2018 | Dave Leggett

Review of 2018 - Part 1 Dave Leggett 2018 was quite the year and threw up one or two surprises in the automotive business. Editor Dave Leggett's personal review picks out some highlights as seen thr... read more


BMW poaches Audi autonomous driving chief - the week

14 December 2018 | Graeme Roberts

BMW poaches Audi autonomous driving chief - the week Graeme Roberts News that former Audi automated driving head Alejandro Vukotich would take over as head of BMW Group's driver assistance and auton... read more


COMMENT - The uncertain road  to driverless delivery

11 December 2018 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT - The uncertain road  to driverless delivery Dave Leggett Autonomous vehicles are increasingly seen as at the heart of a radically different future landscape for transport solutions in the w... read more


Nosing around inside Jaguar's E-Pace - the week

7 December 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Nosing around inside Jaguar's E-Pace - the week Graeme Roberts Analysis of the Jaguar E-Pace interior was a popular read this week while newshounds were drawn to the awful possibility the latest ro... read more


Analysis-r-us - the week

30 November 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Analysis-r-us - the week Analysis is a key part of the just-auto offer so it might pay to start this week with mention of a report by one of our, er, analysts on the Thai plug-in hybrid industry. ... read more


How the mighty fall - the week

23 November 2018 | Graeme Roberts

How the mighty fall - the week I'm sure many others - in or observing the autobiz - were as saddened as I was to hear of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance kingpin and Nissan Motor supremo Carlos Gho... read more


COMMENT - Is there politics behind Nissan Ghosn charges?

21 November 2018 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT - Is there politics behind Nissan Ghosn charges? Companies are not just about the clinical science of conducting business and maximising returns for stakeholders. There are other elements in ... read more


Mercedes goes hybrid with hydrogen - the week

16 November 2018 | Dave Leggett

Mercedes goes hybrid with hydrogen - the week This week, Mercedes-Benz launched an electric vehicle featuring a hydrogen fuel cell and conventional plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) battery tech... read more


Ford goes for a Spin - the week

9 November 2018 | Dave Leggett

Ford goes for a Spin - the week When it comes to urban mobility, the stand-on electric scooter is vying to be a part of the picture, via an asset-sharing business model. I remember the push powered o... read more


Your smart office on the move - the week

2 November 2018 | Dave Leggett

Your smart office on the move - the week I have tried typing from the back seat of a car on quite a few occasions (needs must and all that) and it's not much fun. The laptop - quite literally doing i... read more


Jaguar rethink? Results season starts - the week

26 October 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Jaguar rethink? Results season starts - the week "Will Tata reinvent Jaguar as the new Tesla?" We asked. You read. As our new and future products analyst, Glenn Brooks notes, not too long ago, J... read more


Will somebody think of the Brexit? - the week

19 October 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Will somebody think of the Brexit? - the week "So, how was just-auto 's week?" I think "varied" might be the best answer as a wide variety of different articles on many different subjects drew reade... read more


Polestar and polar bears - the week

12 October 2018 | Dave Leggett

Polestar and polar bears - the week The Polestar car designs I have seen so far are pretty easy on the eye. After the upcoming hybrid '1' model, the brand moves on to wholly electric vehicles with,... read more


UK auto sector (and Tata) watch closely as JLR hits headwinds

10 October 2018 | Dave Leggett

UK auto sector (and Tata) watch closely as JLR hits headwinds Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has been a stunning success story under the ownership of Tata Motors over the past decade. It has succ... read more


We love Paris in the autumn time - the week

5 October 2018 | Graeme Roberts

We love Paris in the autumn time - the week If it's autumn and not Frankfurt it must be Paris and we have our show coverage packaged in a handy Hot Topic bundle here . Most-read story from the ... read more


Paris - are motor shows dead?

3 October 2018 | Chris Wright

Paris - are motor shows dead? There was a distinctly threadbare feel to this year's Mondial de Paris - more no-show than show. The number of carmakers who baled out of the event was akin to the ... read more


Enthusiastic about Volvo's new XC baby - the week

28 September 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Enthusiastic about Volvo's new XC baby - the week My look at Volvo's first small(er) SUV, the XC40 was the most read yarn on just-auto this week. We've had Cross Country (the name is also applied... read more


Brexit continues to worry automakers - the week

21 September 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Brexit continues to worry automakers - the week News Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover would be putting its Jag plant on a three-day week from next month was the most-read article on just-auto this ... read more


3D metallic printing gains traction - the week

14 September 2018 | Graeme Roberts

3D metallic printing gains traction - the week I'm not usually one for blowing me own hooter but this week's most-read item on just-auto was last week's week , if you get my drift, mostly mus... read more


PSA makes the first big Opel move - the week

7 September 2018 | Graeme Roberts

PSA makes the first big Opel move - the week "We don't plan any job losses." How often have you heard that as Company A gobbles up Company B and nervous workers await the almost inevitable axe or, at... read more


Taking care of the workers - the week

31 August 2018 | Dave Leggett

Taking care of the workers - the week Just occasionally, it's the unexpected light shone into less headline grabbing aspects of company operations that can really impress. As was the case this week w... read more


Ford's Brexit frustration - the week

24 August 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Ford's Brexit frustration - the week Ford reportedly telling British politicians it would take "whatever action is needed" to protect its business over Brexit was the most-read story on just-auto ... read more


Wolfsburg gets a lift - the week

17 August 2018 | Dave Leggett

Wolfsburg gets a lift - the week There was some good news for Wolfsburg this week when Volkswagen Group said it planned to lift annual output at  the plant to 1m units a year by 2020. That shoul... read more


Building another Lexus in the US - the week

10 August 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Building another Lexus in the US - the week News Toyota's longest-standing 'transplant' facility in Georgetown, Kentucky, had started production of a new Lexus was the top story on just-auto this w... read more


Potential disruption in the EV market - the week

3 August 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Potential disruption in the EV market - the week 'Could this 'breakthrough' in energy storage disrupt the EV market?' was the most-read story on just-auto this week and little wonder. A... read more


A sad changing of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles guard - the week

27 July 2018 | Graeme Roberts

A sad changing of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles guard - the week A sad changing of the guard - vale Sergio Marchionne - was the most popular story here on just-auto this week. In what could be seen... read more


Leadership succession and the Renault-Nissan Alliance - COMMENT

26 July 2018 | Dave Leggett

Leadership succession and the Renault-Nissan Alliance - COMMENT The Renault-Nissan Alliance (Mitsubishi Motors was added in 2016) has been quite a success story. In an industry driven by the manufact... read more


Life after Sergio - the week

20 July 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Life after Sergio - the week Ray Hutton's insightful look at the likely future of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles after CEO Sergio Marchionne 'leaves' ( it's complicated, as you shall see ) was one of... read more


COMMENT - Reflections on Marchionne's achievements

18 July 2018 | Ray Hutton

COMMENT - Reflections on Marchionne's achievements In less than six months' time, Sergio Marchionne's 14-year reign over the Fiat car business will come to an end. [Please note this article wa... read more


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