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VW EV SOP, Callum, JLR innovation and an Ocean - the week

8 November 2019 | Graeme Roberts

VW EV SOP, Callum, JLR innovation and an Ocean - the week Graeme Roberts News that Volkswagen had begun what it termed its "system changeover to e-mobility" by celebrating the start of ID.... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Audi risks a diesel-only strategy for new Q7

6 August 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Audi risks a diesel-only strategy for new Q7 Glenn Brooks Audi UK is about to launch the new Q7 with just one engine: a 272PS 3.0-litre TDI. Will that be enough with which to take o... read more


ANALYSIS: UK automotive supplier industry perks up

19 March 2015 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: UK automotive supplier industry perks up Dave Leggett There are signs of a revival in the UK automotive supplier industry, but a sense of perspective is needed, says Dave Leggett. Th... read more


February 2015 management briefing: 48V mild hybrids (3)

27 February 2015 | Calum MacRae

February 2015 management briefing: 48V mild hybrids (3) Calum MacRae Moving to a 48V architecture in hybrid and electric vehicles offers plenty of promise. It provides about four times the energy r... read more


February 2015 management briefing: 48V mild hybrids (2)

20 February 2015 | Calum MacRae

February 2015 management briefing: 48V mild hybrids (2) Calum MacRae Moving to a 48V architecture in hybrid and electric vehicles offers plenty of promise. It provides about four times the energy r... read more


November 2014 management briefing: Supplier industry financial review (1)

25 November 2014 | Colin Whitbread

November 2014 management briefing: Supplier industry financial review (1) Colin Whitbread Part 1 of this briefing reviews the recent financial results of a sample of major global auto suppliers; Pa... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: More from Paris and a key new Ford

10 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: More from Paris and a key new Ford Graeme Roberts Interviews conducted at the Paris show have been published this week - chats with  François Bancon at Infiniti and M... read more


July 2013 management briefing: Automotive interiors

22 July 2013 | Matthew Beecham

July 2013 management briefing: Automotive interiors Matthew Beecham This month's management briefing considers the latest developments in automotive interiors. In this instalment, we include questi... read more


ANALYSIS: Low-CO2 refrigerant produces heated dispute

12 February 2013 | Vanessa Scholfield

ANALYSIS: Low-CO2 refrigerant produces heated dispute Vanessa Scholfield The debate about which refrigerant to use in automotive HVAC systems is a long and drawn out one. Climate change concerns ha... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Profit and loss

2 November 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Profit and loss Graeme Roberts Profit, or in some cases, the lack thereof, continued as a recurring theme this week as Q3 results and fiscal variations continued to roll in. Chi... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Wiper trends

4 February 2011 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Wiper trends Matthew Beecham For some time, the flat wiper blade has dominated the market driven by the need for improved product quality, comfort and aesthetics.  Matthew Be... read more


ANALYSIS: Anti-trust raids could start an ugly new era of automaker-supplier relations

1 March 2010 | SupplierBusiness.com

ANALYSIS: Anti-trust raids could start an ugly new era of automaker-supplier relations SupplierBusiness.com Carmakers open up wounds by complaining to authorities, says SupplierBusiness. But did par... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Review of the vehicle’s electrical and electronic architecture

13 August 2009 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Review of the vehicle’s electrical and electronic architecture Matthew Beecham As vehicle comfort and convenience features continue to proliferate, Matthew Beecham reports on some... read more


FEATURE: Driver assistance comes of age

4 February 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

FEATURE: Driver assistance comes of age just-auto.com editorial team Research has shown that driver error is one of the most common causes of traffic accidents. Driver assistance technologies can th... read more


Automotive Exterior Lighting – Lighting up Roads and Lives!

19 January 2009 | Frost & Sullivan

Automotive Exterior Lighting – Lighting up Roads and Lives! Frost & Sullivan The automotive exterior lighting systems have seen many significant advances, since the early days of oil lanterns used on... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Review of driver assistance systems

12 August 2008 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Review of driver assistance systems Matthew Beecham Driver assistance systems use a combination of warnings and some degree of active intervention to help steer the driver away fr... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Review of wiper systems

6 March 2008 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Review of wiper systems Matthew Beecham Automatic windshield wipers first appeared on cars in the US in 1916 and then on ‘luxury’ cars in Europe in 1924. Since then, as with all ot... read more


ANALYST COMMENT: Europeans, Chinese and equity groups are descending on distressed American supplier assets

11 December 2006 | SupplierBusiness.com

ANALYST COMMENT: Europeans, Chinese and equity groups are descending on distressed American supplier assets SupplierBusiness.com Amid all the gloom and doom in Detroit, last week was one of surprisi... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Cutting edge wiper blade innovations

25 September 2006 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Cutting edge wiper blade innovations Matthew Beecham For years, wiper blade engineers have concentrated on improving two performance characteristics: operational noise and wiping ... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Wiring tomorrow’s car

17 August 2006 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Wiring tomorrow’s car Matthew Beecham Although conventional round wire harnesses continue to evolve to support additional electronic content in vehicles, the technology has remaine... read more


Small is beautiful

24 February 2006 | Matthew Beecham

Small is beautiful Matthew Beecham They can adjust your seat and headlights, power your windows and wing mirrors, and help you brake and steer.  In fact, they are found in anything that has an ... read more


European interest in dual-clutch technology shifts up a gear

2 December 2005 | Matthew Beecham

European interest in dual-clutch technology shifts up a gear Matthew Beecham Although automatic transmissions are gaining a greater market share, especially in northern Europe, consumer resistance r... read more


Where next for India’s auto industry?

18 October 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

Where next for India’s auto industry? just-auto.com editorial team India’s automotive market has flourished as India’s economy has expanded and incomes have risen; domestic manufacturers have benefi... read more


Bright strategies: Hella's independent approach

12 May 2005 | Automotive Design and Production

Bright strategies: Hella's independent approach Automotive Design and Production Here's how an automotive supplier of lighting, electronics, and other advanced technology products is working to gai... read more


Automotive networking

6 May 2005 | Matthew Beecham

Automotive networking Matthew Beecham The use of electronics in vehicles has seen a considerable rise over the last decade. Can the current wiring and multiplexing harnesses within today’s vehicles... read more


Starting anew

14 April 2005 | Matthew Beecham

Starting anew Matthew Beecham Although the electric starter motor and alternator has remained virtually unchanged since it was first invented over 80 years ago, the quest for weight and fuel reduct... read more


Open sesame

5 April 2005 | About Automotive

Open sesame About Automotive The men's 100 metres final at last year’s Olympic games in Athens was all over in just ten seconds.  That's just how quickly some car thieves can break into most c... read more


The global aftermarket industry: a state of flux

24 March 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

The global aftermarket industry: a state of flux just-auto.com editorial team The automotive aftermarket is in a state of flux. Improved technology can mean increased service intervals and longer l... read more


New frontiers in front-end modules

23 August 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

New frontiers in front-end modules just-auto.com editorial team What is a front-end module? It depends who makes it and for whom it is made. According to Faurecia, a complete front-end comprises th... read more


Denso: The supplier industry benchmark

9 August 2004 | SupplierBusiness.com

Denso: The supplier industry benchmark SupplierBusiness.com Leading Japanese supplier Denso Corporation is arguably the best performing large supplier in the world today. It is currently enjoying b... read more


Automotive News Europe Congress 2004 - a review

14 July 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Automotive News Europe Congress 2004 - a review just-auto.com editorial team The annual Automotive News Europe Congress has become a firm fixture in many diaries. It’s a useful occasion to take on ... read more


Electric potential

17 June 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Electric potential just-auto.com editorial team They can adjust your seat, operate side window and mirrors, assist braking and make steering more comfortable all at the touch of a button. With as m... read more


PSA: Cost savings made, where to now?

31 March 2004 | SupplierBusiness.com

PSA: Cost savings made, where to now? SupplierBusiness.com PSA has refined and continued to refine its manufacturing organization, and achieved good results in terms of cost reduction. However, it... read more


On the look-out for trouble

12 March 2004 | Matthew Beecham

On the look-out for trouble Matthew Beecham Driver assistance systems use a combination of warnings and some degree of active intervention to help steer the driver away from trouble.  Although ... read more


Vehicle air conditioning: refining the comfort zone

19 February 2004 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Vehicle air conditioning: refining the comfort zone Institute of the Motor Industry Since the majority of new cars are now fitted with air conditioning, the almost inevitable demand is for better, ... read more


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