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Aiways cancels U6ion Geneva debut - COVID-19 blamed

26 February 2020 | Glenn Brooks

Aiways cancels U6ion Geneva debut - COVID-19 blamed Glenn Brooks As expected, Daimler has announced not one but two successors for the Mercedes-AMG GLA 45 4MATIC. Each will be a world premiere at the... read more


Management briefing - 2020 Geneva motor show preview

25 February 2020 | Glenn Brooks

Management briefing - 2020 Geneva motor show preview Glenn Brooks This year's Geneva Salon might be remembered as the show where there was no stand-out star, although there will certainly be many im... read more


2019 Frankfurt IAA motor show world premieres list

11 September 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 Frankfurt IAA motor show world premieres list Glenn Brooks The media preview days of the 2019 Frankfurt IAA brought a few surprises. Volkswagen (a camouflaged and altered I.D. Crozz which wil... 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


2018 Paris motor show - world debuts list

3 October 2018 | Glenn Brooks

2018 Paris motor show - world debuts list Glenn Brooks Vehicles which made their global debuts at the 2018 edition of the Paris Mondial de l'Automobile are named below. Information on the majo... read more


Is Jaguar now an SUV oriented brand too?

27 February 2018 | Calum MacRae

Is Jaguar now an SUV oriented brand too? Calum MacRae This piece was initially prompted by the appearance of the new Volvo V60, to universal acclaim, which brought a wistful thought from me that it w... read more


The Week That Was - August replenishes batteries

5 August 2016 | Simon Warburton

The Week That Was - August replenishes batteries Simon Warburton August's dog days are well and truly on us up here in the Northern hemisphere and in the soporific heat of a British summer &... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS - Skoda's new press shop draws eyes

13 November 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS - Skoda's new press shop draws eyes Graeme Roberts News that Škoda is building a new, energy-efficient press shop at its main factory in Mladá Boleslav drew a l... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Jaguar Land Rover goes large

14 August 2015 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Jaguar Land Rover goes large Dave Leggett The big news this week was that Jaguar Land Rover announced a plan to build a 300,000-unit capacity plant in Slovakia . We knew that a pl... 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


ANALYSIS: BMW sales plunge in largest EU market

9 July 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: BMW sales plunge in largest EU market Glenn Brooks The 12 percent YoY rise in the June German passenger cars market has seen some notable changes to the usual pecking order. Opel muscled pa... read more


June 2015 management briefing: Active safety systems (2)

25 June 2015 | Matthew Beecham

June 2015 management briefing: Active safety systems (2) Matthew Beecham Driver assistance systems use a combination of warnings and some degree of active intervention to help steer the driver away... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: London on the international show circuit again?

29 May 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: London on the international show circuit again? Graeme Roberts As those - all three of you - who honour me with your occasional presence on my self-curated 'just-auto' Facebook pa... read more


COMMENT: Volkswagen's Ferdinand Piech got a lot right

27 April 2015 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: Volkswagen's Ferdinand Piech got a lot right Dave Leggett Ferdinand Piech's forced exit from his role as chairman of Volkswagen Group's Supervisory Board appears to have resulted from yet an... 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


ANALYSIS: The challenge of vehicle lightweighting

12 January 2015 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: The challenge of vehicle lightweighting Dave Leggett Vehicle designers and engineers are coming under unprecedented pressure to remove weight from vehicles wherever they can. As part of a... 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: Paris, the US, Sweden...

17 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Paris, the US, Sweden... Graeme Roberts This week, we wrapped up our Paris show coverage with a comprehensive two-part management briefing which proved very popular - it's here a... read more


ANALYSIS: Jaguar's XE spearheads new industrial strategy

23 September 2014 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: Jaguar's XE spearheads new industrial strategy Dave Leggett If you make executive or luxury cars, you're helped by theoretically naturally higher margins than brands in the volume segments ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: And what a week...

1 September 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: And what a week... Graeme Roberts I submit, yeronner, brain fade, the leap straight from summer holiday to Swedish presser and an exceptionally busy week for the delay in this colu... read more


August 2014 management briefing: Emerging markets in trouble (2)

28 August 2014 | Sabine Blümel

August 2014 management briefing: Emerging markets in trouble (2) Sabine Blümel In the full year 2014, Argentina, Brazil, India, Russia, Thailand & Turkey are set to become an even greater drag ... read more


August 2014 management briefing: Emerging markets in trouble (1)

20 August 2014 | Sabine Blümel

August 2014 management briefing: Emerging markets in trouble (1) Sabine Blümel In the full year 2014, Argentina, Brazil, India, Russia, Thailand & Turkey are set to become an even greater drag ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: The August harvest this week is mixed but 'brilliant'

15 August 2014 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: The August harvest this week is mixed but 'brilliant' Dave Leggett The news this week was a mixed bag with some positives and negatives, nothing major breaking (well, it is August)... read more


ANALYSIS: Piston days - Daimler leads steel charge

14 August 2014 | Calum MacRae

ANALYSIS: Piston days - Daimler leads steel charge Calum MacRae In an automotive era when vehicle lightweighting is all the rage and vehicle manufacturers such as JLR and Ford launch all-aluminium ve... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Europe, slowly, on the up?

1 August 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Europe, slowly, on the up? Graeme Roberts While the Next Problem seems to be South America, judging by the number of times it's mentioned in the results statements for the last qua... read more


THE EVOLVING BRANDSCAPE: Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA)

19 June 2014 | Mark Bursa

THE EVOLVING BRANDSCAPE: Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) Mark Bursa In the first of a new series examining major OEM brand strategies, Mark Bursa takes a look at newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automotive... read more


April 2014 management briefing: UK engine manufacturing (2)

29 April 2014 | Calum MacRae

April 2014 management briefing: UK engine manufacturing (2) Calum MacRae The recent announcement by Bentley that its Crewe headquarters is to become the centre of excellence for the Volkswagen Grou... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Assembly plant week?

28 March 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Assembly plant week? Graeme Roberts OK, OK, I admit it - just-auto.com this week is looking a bit like Assembly Plant News . com. Being the resident plant nut, and also auto... read more


March 2014 management briefing: Geneva reflections (2)

25 March 2014 | Glenn Brooks

March 2014 management briefing: Geneva reflections (2) Glenn Brooks In the second part of this month's briefing, just-auto's future products editor, Glenn Brooks, completes his reflections on the s... read more


ANALYSIS: India's automotive sector pauses, but for how long?

12 March 2014 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: India's automotive sector pauses, but for how long? Dave Leggett India has seen plenty of automotive sector interest in recent years. It's a market with huge potential for growth, but a C... read more


February 2014 management briefing: auto industry mega-trends

25 February 2014 | Dave Leggett

February 2014 management briefing: auto industry mega-trends Dave Leggett Dave Leggett considers some of the big strategic drivers for the global automotive industry. In particular, he believes tha... read more


COMMENT: What a gas! Is CNG as green as portrayed?

24 February 2014 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: What a gas! Is CNG as green as portrayed? Dave Leggett The boom in natural gas production in the US is leading to a surge in interest in running vehicles on the stuff. In theory, compressed ... read more


COMMENT: Toyota Australia closure inevitable and ironic

10 February 2014 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Toyota Australia closure inevitable and ironic Graeme Roberts Toyota Australia's announcement of the  planned end of local manufacturing  in 2017 was both inevitiable and ironic. ... read more


COMMENT: The CES is becoming an automotive 'must see' show

13 January 2014 | Guest author

COMMENT: The CES is becoming an automotive 'must see' show Guest author There's an annual event which does not appear on any auto show calendar, yet which for large sections of the motor industry is ... read more


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