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Volvo's 'American car' gets a UK visa

13 May 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Volvo's 'American car' gets a UK visa Graeme Roberts This new S60 may well be the first Volvo Car made in the United States (but not in North America as there once was a CKD kit assembly operati... read more


2019 Geneva motor show world debuts list

6 March 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 Geneva motor show world debuts list Glenn Brooks Concepts, prototypes and production models which were world premieres at the 2019 Geneva motor show are discussed below. More informatio... read more


Estate sales in decline? Nobody told the Volvo V90

5 November 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Estate sales in decline? Nobody told the Volvo V90 Glenn Brooks Sometimes, if you continue to evolve a product you've long been famous for, ignore those claiming that people have moved on to differe... read more


Chengdu motor show world debuts list

3 September 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Chengdu motor show world debuts list Glenn Brooks SAIC, General Motors and the Volkswagen Group revealed the most important new and future models at this year's Chengdu motor show. Below is a list of... read more


Another good Volvo arrives at platform SPA

18 July 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Another good Volvo arrives at platform SPA Graeme Roberts There was a noticeable air of excitement amongst Volvo Car UK people at the redesigned V60's press launch in Yorkshire this week. This was no... read more


2018 BEIJING MOTOR SHOW - Final world debuts list

8 May 2018 | Glenn Brooks

2018 BEIJING MOTOR SHOW - Final world debuts list Glenn Brooks Multiple brands revealed concept, prototype and production model world premieres during the press preview days of AutoChina 2018 . ... read more


Volvo's engine and platform independence makes progress

25 November 2015 | Graeme Roberts

Volvo's engine and platform independence makes progress Graeme Roberts Engines are expensive items for an automaker to develop and, after sharing some powertrains with former owner Ford, Volvo, under... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Flint down but not out by any means

7 August 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Flint down but not out by any means Graeme Roberts Whenever I hear the word Flint I always think of a certain Michael Moore, native of that Michigan city, and his movie Roger &... read more


November 2014 management briefing: Supplier industry financial review (2) - M&A and IPO activity

28 November 2014 | Colin Whitbread

November 2014 management briefing: Supplier industry financial review (2) - M&A and IPO activity Colin Whitbread This month's managament briefing reviews the financial position of the global suppli... 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


ANALYSIS: Qoros of approval

20 February 2013 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Qoros of approval Mark Bursa Is the world’s newest car brand a Chinese export, or a global brand that just happens to build its cars in China? Mark Bursa reports on the first steps ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: December, and the news is chilly

14 December 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: December, and the news is chilly Graeme Roberts If memory serves, about two days ago, our 'slide show' at the top of the home page had four bad-news, job-loss-related stories out o... read more


ANALYSIS: Daimler goes after Audi in China

29 June 2011 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Daimler goes after Audi in China Glenn Brooks The timing of Daimler's latest investment programme for China couldn't have been better for the firm and for German financial sensibility in ge... read more


BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (first half)

20 December 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (first half) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2010 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fair old sprinkling of ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Ambition and profits

6 August 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Ambition and profits Graeme Roberts News this week that Geely is adamant Volvo will retain its identity now the Chinese are in charge and Ford is shot of its Swedish patient. It ... read more


ANALYSIS: ZF’s Saarbrücken plant - gearing up for the future

15 June 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: ZF’s Saarbrücken plant - gearing up for the future just-auto.com editorial team Over the last 37 years, ZF's transmission plant at Saarbrücken, in Germany, has manufactured a series o... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: The patient (eventually) gets fed funds

20 March 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

THE WEEK THAT WAS: The patient (eventually) gets fed funds just-auto.com editorial team Unlike presidents Bush #1 and #2, the late Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon, Skull and Bones, the tobacco indust... read more


UK: ZF confirms plans to manufacture 8-speed auto

4 May 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: ZF confirms plans to manufacture 8-speed auto just-auto.com editorial team At two separate events recently, ZF publicly confirmed rumours that it is developing a new 8-speed automatic transmissi... 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


FEATURE: Wherefore art thou, Land Rover?

5 July 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

FEATURE: Wherefore art thou, Land Rover? just-auto.com editorial team When the chic new Freelander 2 appears at next month’s London Motor Show, buyers will learn there’s a higher price to pay for an... 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


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


Under pressure

17 November 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Under pressure Matthew Beecham Thanks to the Firestone recall four years ago, tyre pressure monitoring systems have become a big safety issue. Matthew Beecham reports. America's forthcoming TRE... read more


Cocooned in a cockpit

2 November 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Cocooned in a cockpit Matthew Beecham Despite the smooth lines and simple appearance, the cockpit is one of the most complicated and tightly packaged assemblies in a vehicle. Matthew Beecham report... read more


India's emergence as a low-cost manufacturing hub - a look at the issues

29 April 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

India's emergence as a low-cost manufacturing hub - a look at the issues just-auto.com editorial team India is emerging as an important low-cost outsourcing hub for a number of industries including... read more


Fascinations at Frankfurt

18 September 2003 | Matthew Beecham

Fascinations at Frankfurt Matthew Beecham Behind the razzmatazz and brouhaha of Europe’s biggest motor show, auto parts suppliers’ stands also bristled with a fascinating array of new ideas, produc... read more


Making good connections

15 August 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Making good connections just-auto.com editorial team Although conventional round wire harnesses continue to evolve to support additional electronic content in vehicles, the technology has remai... read more


Opening doors to new markets

25 February 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Opening doors to new markets just-auto.com editorial team It may not look like it, but the door is the second most complex system on a vehicle, the most complex system being the cockpit. It must lo... read more


The growth of vehicle electronic systems

3 February 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

The growth of vehicle electronic systems just-auto.com editorial team Vehicle electronics are becoming increasingly complex but that complexity is expected to lead ultimately to more efficient, low... read more


Automotive News Europe’s 2002 Congress in Gothenburg

28 June 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Automotive News Europe’s 2002 Congress in Gothenburg just-auto.com editorial team Representatives from Europe’s automotive industry gathered in Gothenburg, Sweden, this week for the sixth annual Au... read more


A round-up of supplier innovations shown at Frankfurt

25 September 2001 | Matthew Beecham

A round-up of supplier innovations shown at Frankfurt Matthew Beecham A round-up of supplier innovations shown at Frankfurt Author: just-auto.com editorial team There is a lot more to Frankfurt... read more


A round-up of emerging technology for tomorrow's cars

1 June 2001 | Matthew Beecham

A round-up of emerging technology for tomorrow's cars Matthew Beecham In the global automotive seating market worth some $27bn annually, suppliers must offer seats that are more comfortable, durable ... read more


Conveying Importance

16 January 2001 | Automotive Design and Production

Conveying Importance Automotive Design and Production In October 2000, Ford launched an all-new Mondeo at its assembly plant in Genk, Belgium. Ford of Europe chairman Nick Scheele commented, "The sig... read more


Engines: Where to Next?

25 September 2000 | CSM Worldwide

Engines: Where to Next? CSM Worldwide Are we on the cusp of something great? Or are we on the cusp of something awful? What about the great? Fuel cells, bi-fuelling, selectable CVT & Torotrak... read more


Car production in Russia: Prospects for Foreign Investment

14 August 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

Car production in Russia: Prospects for Foreign Investment just-auto.com editorial team Russia has the biggest population in Europe (149 million people), nearly double the size of Germany. But Russ... read more


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