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Mazda's future in the spotlight - the week

7 August 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Mazda's future in the spotlight - the week Graeme Roberts Our update on future Mazda models was a top read this week. The automaker - Toyo Kogyo as was - celebrates its 100th birthday this yea... read more


VW JV keeps Anhui Jianghuai Automobile going - the week

31 July 2020 | Graeme Roberts

VW JV keeps Anhui Jianghuai Automobile going - the week Graeme Roberts A shake-out which began a year ago is seeing many brands disappear from China's monthly sales charts. For a while, Anhui Jiangh... read more


PSA in good shape for merger with FCA

29 July 2020 | Dave Leggett

PSA in good shape for merger with FCA Dave Leggett PSA Group has posted a positive profit result for the first half of the year despite the heavy impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and much reduced reve... read more


China motor shows are on again - the week

24 July 2020 | Graeme Roberts

China motor shows are on again - the week Graeme Roberts Regular readers will be aware we regularly publish global motor show debut lists. Motor shows might be on hiatus in most countries but, i... read more


Daimler taking the right actions on cost

23 July 2020 | Dave Leggett

Daimler taking the right actions on cost Dave Leggett Daimler has reported a widening Q2 loss amid sharply slower sales caused by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the company also s... read more


COVID-19 ain't going anywhere anytime soon - the week

17 July 2020 | Graeme Roberts

COVID-19 ain't going anywhere anytime soon - the week Graeme Roberts With resurgences of infections and hospitalisations surging again in locations such as the US, parts of Spain and even the city of... read more


Level 5 fully self-driving cars not due anytime soon

15 July 2020 | Mike Vousden

Level 5 fully self-driving cars not due anytime soon Mike Vousden In widely reported remarks , Tesla CEO, Elon Musk said last week that he believed the electric car company would have "basic functio... read more


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

13 July 2020 | Dave Leggett

Ford's Mexico engine supply problems sound a warning for global supply chains Dave Leggett Ford in the US is facing production shortages due to COVID-19 production constraints at an engine plant in ... read more


Sales recovering but outlook still grim - the week

10 July 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Sales recovering but outlook still grim - the week Graeme Roberts Unsurprisingly, the COVID-19 pandemic, which is showing troubling signs of a resurgence in many countries following the relaxing of l... read more


Investment opportunities ahead in digital Malaysia

10 July 2020 | Guest

Investment opportunities ahead in digital Malaysia Guest In a seventh guest article written exclusively for just-auto, Dato Madani Sahari, the CEO of Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute... read more


UK auto industry will struggle without targeted Government support

10 July 2020 | Dave Leggett

UK auto industry will struggle without targeted Government support Dave Leggett The UK Government's GBP300bn post-virus stimulus package announced this week omitted automotive specific measures. ... read more


Virtual and augmented reality get COVID-19 boost – should the auto industry embrace this technology?

6 July 2020 | Mike Vousden

Virtual and augmented reality get COVID-19 boost – should the auto industry embrace this technology? Mike Vousden Virtual reality (VR) and its cousin, augmented reality (AR) were previously niche fac... read more


Good and bad news and a Defender competitor revealed - the week

3 July 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Good and bad news and a Defender competitor revealed - the week Graeme Roberts Gestamp is consolidating here in the UK. It is to close two plants as well as move staff from the Cannock site to ... read more


Tesla resilience continues to confound COVID-19 crisis

2 July 2020 | Dave Leggett

Tesla resilience continues to confound COVID-19 crisis Dave Leggett Tesla's market capitalisation now exceeds that of Toyota, making it the most valued carmaker in the world. A recent jump in Te... read more


COVID-19 spike clouds US vehicle market outlook

29 June 2020 | Calum MacRae

COVID-19 spike clouds US vehicle market outlook Calum MacRae A week is a long time in this crisis. Just last week it was heartening to see that the analysts at JP Morgan had called the US market abov... read more


Nissan output woes continue as Mazda picks up - the week

26 June 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Nissan output woes continue as Mazda picks up - the week Graeme Roberts Nissan, despite some product hits in various markets over the last few years - Qashqai in Europe always comes to mind - has str... read more


Value and future prospects drive Volkswagen interest in Europcar

25 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

Value and future prospects drive Volkswagen interest in Europcar Dave Leggett Volkswagen Group is said to be interested in acquiring French car rental firm Europcar. Why would VW be interested in suc... read more


Skoda shows how COVID-19 forces sales process rethink

25 June 2020 | Mike Vousden

Skoda shows how COVID-19 forces sales process rethink Mike Vousden Automakers are facing the realization that, while lockdown restrictions are beginning to lift in many countries, customers are still... read more


BMW and Mercedes autonomous drive collaboration reset by COVID-19

22 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

BMW and Mercedes autonomous drive collaboration reset by COVID-19 Dave Leggett BMW Group and Mercedes-Benz are putting their cooperation on development of next-generation technology for automated dri... read more


Nissan’s latest production cuts unsurprising

22 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

Nissan’s latest production cuts unsurprising Dave Leggett Nissan said last week that it is to make further production cuts in Japan due to COVID-19 impacts on global vehicle demand. Nissan said ... read more


Welcome back, dieselgate - the week

19 June 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Welcome back, dieselgate - the week Graeme Roberts Dieselgate has reared its ugly ahead again, this time in the UK, getting on for five years after Volkswagen admitted cheating on US emissions testin... read more


PSA-FCA’s proposed merger just got messy and there’s no clear pathway out

19 June 2020 | Calum MacRae

PSA-FCA’s proposed merger just got messy and there’s no clear pathway out Calum MacRae On 17th June the European Commission (EC) announced it was opening an in-depth investigation into the proposed... read more


Turkey waits in the wings if supply chains are remapped

16 June 2020 | Calum MacRae

Turkey waits in the wings if supply chains are remapped Calum MacRae In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic there has been much discussion about how automotive supply chains will be remapped to reduce... read more


COVID-19 recovery ebbs and flows - the week

12 June 2020 | Graeme Roberts

COVID-19 recovery ebbs and flows - the week Graeme Roberts It was, as you have probably already noted yourself, something of a mixed week. COVID-19 ebbed and flowed by country, with some pockets of t... read more


D&C - Looking to the post-Covid automotive world (4)

10 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

D&C - Looking to the post-Covid automotive world (4) Dave Leggett In the fourth of a series of conversations, just-auto editor Dave Leggett and GlobalData lead automotive analyst Calum MacRae discus... read more


Pushing digitalisation beyond consumerism

10 June 2020 | Guest

Pushing digitalisation beyond consumerism Guest In a sixth guest article written exclusively for just-auto, Dato Madani Sahari, the CEO of Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii), o... read more


China market gains give auto industry a lift

9 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

China market gains give auto industry a lift Dave Leggett New vehicle sales in China rose by almost 12% year-on-year to 2.14 million units in May 2020, according to preliminary data released by the C... read more


COVID-19 recession bites deep into automotive, but company strategies for recovery now vital

8 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

COVID-19 recession bites deep into automotive, but company strategies for recovery now vital Dave Leggett With vehicle markets decimated across the world, automotive companies are coming under consid... read more


Nissan plant pension problem - the week

5 June 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Nissan plant pension problem - the week Graeme Roberts Nissan's UK plant may have been reprieved in Nissan's recent shake-up plan but it is now under threat from no deal Brexit  and t... read more


COMMENT - May market numbers exceed expectations

4 June 2020 | Calum MacRae

COMMENT - May market numbers exceed expectations Calum MacRae Today, industry associations representing the vehicle markets of Germany, the UK and Russia all reported May light vehicle sales. ... read more


Nissan Sunderland plant uncertainties are a reminder of still-present Brexit risks

3 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

Nissan Sunderland plant uncertainties are a reminder of still-present Brexit risks Dave Leggett In widely reported remarks, Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta has reiterated the importance of UK-EU free trade ... read more


Scrappage incentives - attention turns to Germany and the UK

2 June 2020 | Mike Vousden

Scrappage incentives - attention turns to Germany and the UK Mike Vousden Last week, France announced plans to inject more than EUR8bn into its automotive sector . The hope for the European industry... read more


Nissan right to focus on core strengths and cost control

1 June 2020 | Dave Leggett

Nissan right to focus on core strengths and cost control Dave Leggett Nissan has now confirmed the closure of its Barcelona, Spain, manufacturing plant as part of a new business plan that focuses o... read more


Crisis eases, capacity cuts and V2G - the week

29 May 2020 | Dave Leggett

Crisis eases, capacity cuts and V2G - the week Dave Leggett The COVID-19 crisis and its heavy impact on the automotive sector are still very much with us. There were plenty of reminders of that in th... read more


France moves first to bolster the automotive sector

29 May 2020 | Calum MacRae

France moves first to bolster the automotive sector Calum MacRae This week France announced plans to inject more than EUR8bn into its automotive sector. The hope for the European industry is that it&... read more


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