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Bugatti names new quality chief

16 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Bugatti names new quality chief Graeme Roberts Michael Och has taken over from Jordi Cabanero as head of quality assurance at Bugatti. A certified engineer, Och is extremely well-versed in the w... read more


VW Group July sales slip a bit

16 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

VW Group July sales slip a bit Graeme Roberts Volkswagen Group said July 2019 sales worldwide slipped 2.4% to 886,100 vehicles. Europe deliveries fell 3.6% to 393,600 vehicles, as... read more


Mahle develops EV battery thermal management

14 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Mahle develops EV battery thermal management Graeme Roberts Mahle said it had developed an EV battery housing with integrated thermal management as a solution for increasing the rapid charging capabi... read more


VW sales slip in 2019 to date

14 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

VW sales slip in 2019 to date Graeme Roberts The Volkswagen brand delivered 489,000 vehicles in July 2019, 3.3% fewer year on year. Year to date sales fell 3.8% to 3.49m. "In a generally de... read more


Brose teams with IPG for automotive seat rails

12 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Brose teams with IPG for automotive seat rails Simon Warburton Brose Group and IPG Photonics are collaborating on the development of what they say is the first direct weld measurement technology for ... read more


Valmet builds Germany Battery Test Centre

12 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Valmet builds Germany Battery Test Centre Simon Warburton Valmet Automotive is investing around EUR7m (US$7.8m) in the construction of its new Germany Battery Test Centre (BTC) at Bad Friedrichshall,... read more


Toyo to start Germany R&D centre

12 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Toyo to start Germany R&D centre Simon Warburton Toyo Tire is to establish a new R&D centre, the first European technology development site, in Willich, North Rhine-Westphalia. The centre is... read more


Schaeffler Q2 revenue down 1% to EUR3.6bn

8 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Schaeffler Q2 revenue down 1% to EUR3.6bn Simon Warburton Schaeffler has posted second-quarter revenue marginally down 1% to EUR3.6bn (US$4bn), with EBIT falling to EUR253m from EUR382m. "T... read more


Daimler teaches trucks to pay

8 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Daimler teaches trucks to pay Graeme Roberts With the newly created digital Truck-ID and associated Truck Wallet, Daimler Trucks in a pilot project successfully carried out an automatic payment at an... read more


Continental Q2 net income down 41% to EUR485m

8 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Continental Q2 net income down 41% to EUR485m Simon Warburton Continental has posted second-quarter net income attributable to the shareholders of the parent down 41% to EUR484.8m (US$544m). Con... read more


Daimler sets July sales record

7 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Daimler sets July sales record Graeme Roberts Daimler's Mercedes-Benz said it started the third quarter of 2019 with a new sales record for July - 188,857 cars delivered (+12.7% year on year). D... read more


Volkswagen boosts Porsche SE profit

7 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Volkswagen boosts Porsche SE profit Graeme Roberts After tax profit at Porsche SE was EUR2.38bn in the first six months of 2019 compared to EUR1.90bn a year ago. This was helped by the prof... read more


Synopsys inks deal to acquire QTronic

7 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Synopsys inks deal to acquire QTronic Simon Warburton Synopsys has signed a definitive agreement to acquire QTronic, operating in simulation, test tools and services for automotive software and syste... read more


Hanover orders 48 Mercedes-Benz eCitaro buses

7 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Hanover orders 48 Mercedes-Benz eCitaro buses Simon Warburton Hanover public transport provider, Ustra has concluded a framework agreement for 48 Mercedes-Benz eCitaro electric buses. The first ... read more


Mahle stops refrigerant leakage

7 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Mahle stops refrigerant leakage Simon Warburton Mahle says its aftermarket A/C service units have an automatic leakage test function as well as connector couplings, which completely eliminate the ris... read more


Cinemo and Humax team for CES Asia cockpit solutions

7 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Cinemo and Humax team for CES Asia cockpit solutions Simon Warburton Cinemo says it collaborated with Humax Automotive at CES Asia 2019 on cockpit solutions. Humax's connected head uni... read more


FogHorn teams with Porsche for access technology

5 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

FogHorn teams with Porsche for access technology Simon Warburton Computing software developer, FogHorn has announced its completion of Program 6 of Startup Autobahn, the largest European innovat... read more


Lanxess develops heat reflecting black pigment for plastics

5 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Lanxess develops heat reflecting black pigment for plastics Simon Warburton Lanxess has developed a black pigment which reflects 20% more of the sun's near-infrared radiation (NIR) than conventi... read more


ZF teams with scientists to combat motion sickness

2 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

ZF teams with scientists to combat motion sickness Simon Warburton ZF says it is working with neuroscientists from Germany's Saarland region to put the human at the centre of its technology and avoid... read more


ZF H1 sales down 1.7% to EUR18.4bn

2 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

ZF H1 sales down 1.7% to EUR18.4bn Simon Warburton ZF has posted first-half sales down 1.7% to EUR18.4bn (US$20.4bn), while adjusted EBIT stood at EUR650m. Based on business performance to date ... read more


BMW Q2 earnings down, but full year targets unchanged

1 August 2019 | Dave Leggett

BMW Q2 earnings down, but full year targets unchanged Dave Leggett BMW has posted second quarter results that show earnings down by around a fifth. BMW Group posted profit before financial result (EB... read more


Car eWallet uses smart fuelling as initial use case

1 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Car eWallet uses smart fuelling as initial use case Simon Warburton ZF start-up, Car eWallet has established 'smart fuelling' as an initial use case as it looks to capitalise on its spin-off from the... read more


Munich prosecutors charge former Audi CEO over emissions

31 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Munich prosecutors charge former Audi CEO over emissions Graeme Roberts Prosecutors have filed charges against former Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler, who is being investigated for his role in Vo... read more


Paint shop maker Eisenmann files for insolvency

30 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Paint shop maker Eisenmann files for insolvency Graeme Roberts German auto supplier Eisenmann, which supplied Tesla in 2015 with a new paint shop at its Fremont plant in California, filed for insolve... read more


Mahle adds electronics/mechatronics business unit

30 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

Mahle adds electronics/mechatronics business unit Simon Warburton Mahle is adding a new business unit for electronics and mechatronics, developing its orientation towards alternative powertrain techn... read more


Traton boosts H1 profit

29 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Traton boosts H1 profit Graeme Roberts Traton Group boosted first half operating profit by EUR212m year on year to EUR1bn. Sales revenue rose 7% to EUR13.5bn. During the first six months of... read more


Grammer completes first phase of new Ursensollen HQ

29 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

Grammer completes first phase of new Ursensollen HQ Simon Warburton Grammer has held a topping-out ceremony marking the completion of the building shell in the first construction phase for its n... read more


BorgWarner posts Q2 net earnings down 37% to US$172m

26 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

BorgWarner posts Q2 net earnings down 37% to US$172m Simon Warburton BorgWarner has unveiled second-quarter net earnings down 37% to US$172m, while six-month numbers fell to US$332m from US$497m. ... read more


Emissions fine takes gloss off Porsche first half

26 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Emissions fine takes gloss off Porsche first half Graeme Roberts Porsche increased sales and operating profit in the first half of 2019 but special items related to diesel emissions fines took the sh... read more


Hydro supplies sustainable aluminium for Audi e-tron

26 July 2019 | Dave Leggett

Hydro supplies sustainable aluminium for Audi e-tron Dave Leggett The aluminium producer Hydro now supplies sustainable aluminium for the battery housing of the first fully electric model of the comp... read more


ZF outlines Mobility, Life, Balance tech offer

25 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

ZF outlines Mobility, Life, Balance tech offer Simon Warburton ZF has outlined a range of technologies to address its 'Mobility, Life, Balance' offer, which is complementary to its 'See, Think, Act' ... read more


VW remains on track after a good first half

25 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

VW remains on track after a good first half Graeme Roberts First half Volkswagen Group sales revenue rose 4.9% year on year to EUR125.2bn (H1 2018: EUR119.4bn) and operating profit - before... read more


Brose develops automated vehicle access

24 July 2019 | Dave Leggett

Brose develops automated vehicle access Dave Leggett Supplier Brose says it has developed mechatronic systems that will offer vehicle owners an entirely new access experience and pave the way to auto... read more


Renamed Daimler finance unit books good Q2 numbers

24 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Renamed Daimler finance unit books good Q2 numbers Graeme Roberts Daimler Financial Services was renamed Daimler Mobility on 24 July though financing, leasing, insurance and fleet management continue... read more


Daimler confirms poor Q2 financial results

24 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Daimler confirms poor Q2 financial results Graeme Roberts Daimler has reported final results for the second quarter ended 30 June, 2019, reflecting the gloom previewed in its earlier revision down o... read more


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