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COMMENT: Will VW CEO Winterkorn survive this crisis?

21 September 2015 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Will VW CEO Winterkorn survive this crisis? Graeme Roberts Monday is barely half over here in Europe and just starting on the east coast of the US - where news of the scandal broke on... read more


COMMENT: Outdated driver protocols need review

20 July 2015 | Roger Stansfield

COMMENT: Outdated driver protocols need review Roger Stansfield The protocols which govern the use of motor vehicles are enshrined in the United Nations Convention on Road Traffic. One of its key sti... read more


COMMENT: Iran coiled spring bursting to unwind

17 July 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Iran coiled spring bursting to unwind Simon Warburton It's been glacially slow in evolving, but could one of the longest-running sanctions sagas in modern times be about to draw to a close? ... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New Touareg 3.0 TDI & future VW SUVs

4 June 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New Touareg 3.0 TDI & future VW SUVs Glenn Brooks The need for Euro 6 compliancy has seen Volkswagen fitting the facelifted Touareg with a new 3.0-litre V6 diesel. There are also in... read more


COMMENT: Why the VW Touareg Hybrid had to die

26 May 2015 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Why the VW Touareg Hybrid had to die Glenn Brooks The Volkswagen Group is killing off two engines in the Touareg due to the anti-pollution requirements of Euro 6 emissions regulations in EU ... read more


COMMENT: Will countries pull up drawbridge as EC struggles?

8 December 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Will countries pull up drawbridge as EC struggles? Simon Warburton It's taking an achingly long time, but is the European Commission (EC) finally waking up to the idea not everybody is falli... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: All eyes on Vienna as nuclear talks start

21 November 2014 | Simon Warburton

THE WEEK THAT WAS: All eyes on Vienna as nuclear talks start Simon Warburton I've come off the bench this week, as just-auto  news editor, Graeme Roberts, takes a well-earned sojorn in Shakespe... read more


COMMENT: Iran nuclear talks to kick-start basic safety for all?

14 November 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Iran nuclear talks to kick-start basic safety for all? Simon Warburton With all the hullabaloo surrounding the imminent nuclear talks deadline on 24 November - another one - between Iran and... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: There's a ghost in the house...

31 October 2014 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: There's a ghost in the house... Dave Leggett Yes folks, there's a ghost in the house and the temptation is to say, it's the ghost of safety. Okay, that's a bit laboured in the wee... read more


COMMENT: Foreign carmakers chose appeasement in China

27 August 2014 | Staff reporter

COMMENT: Foreign carmakers chose appeasement in China Staff reporter China's ongoing investigation into anti-competitive practices in the country's automotive industry has picked up momentum in recen... read more


COMMENT: Rouble pressure concentrates Russia minds

26 March 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Rouble pressure concentrates Russia minds Simon Warburton If there was only one word being shouted from the rooftops in Moscow last week at the Russian Automotive Forum (RAF), it was simply,... read more


COMMENT: MEDEF stirs the pot in Tehran

7 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: MEDEF stirs the pot in Tehran Simon Warburton France's association of businesses (MEDEF) appears to have stirred up one huge hornet's nest this week with its visit to Iran that included elem... read more


December 2013 management briefing: review of 2013

23 December 2013 | Dave Leggett

December 2013 management briefing: review of 2013 Dave Leggett It has been another busy year for us on just-auto. We have covered the global automotive industry news, brought you interviews with ke... read more


COMMENT: Future bright for suppliers if Iran finally emerges from deep freeze?

9 December 2013 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Future bright for suppliers if Iran finally emerges from deep freeze? Simon Warburton Ifs and buts, conditional and subjective, Iran is one great swirling maelstrom of the unknown, but is it... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: GM gets serious in Europe, Ford throws in a 'Stang

6 December 2013 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: GM gets serious in Europe, Ford throws in a 'Stang Dave Leggett The month of December is generally one of the quieter ones in the automotive news reporting calendar, but there was ... read more


COMMENT: Mercedes walks taller but will coolant opponents regroup?

30 August 2013 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Mercedes walks taller but will coolant opponents regroup? Simon Warburton Mercedes-Benz dealers in France must be walking with a slight skip in their step into work this morning (30 August) ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Dustbin is Go again

19 July 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Dustbin is Go again Graeme Roberts Up until this week, the only product I recall being called the Go was a trusty and, in my case, just-retired, TomTom portable navigator. TT has j... read more


ANE CONGRESS 2013: Quotes of the week

14 June 2013 | Simon Warburton

ANE CONGRESS 2013: Quotes of the week Simon Warburton "The English [British] working laws book is 90 pages - the French [one] is 3,387 pages" - Plastic Omnium chairman and CEO, Laurent Burelle. ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Cold winds blowing for some

8 February 2013 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Cold winds blowing for some Dave Leggett There have been some cold winds blowing this week, literally and metaphorically. The metaphorical blasts are all too familiar and can be su... read more


December 2012 management briefing: Review of 2012 (part 2)

21 December 2012 | Dave Leggett

December 2012 management briefing: Review of 2012 (part 2) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2012 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fa... read more


December 2012 management briefing: Review of 2012 (part 1)

19 December 2012 | Dave Leggett

December 2012 management briefing: Review of 2012 (part 1) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2012 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fa... read more


November 2012 management briefing: world markets review (China)

14 November 2012 | Dave Leggett

November 2012 management briefing: world markets review (China) Dave Leggett In this month's management briefing we take a look at the latest developments in major vehicle markets around the world. ... read more


December 2011 management briefing: Review of 2011 (part 2)

23 December 2011 | Dave Leggett

December 2011 management briefing: Review of 2011 (part 2) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2011 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fa... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Saab finally bows out

23 December 2011 | Simon Warburton

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Saab finally bows out Simon Warburton It's the week before Christmas and normally a quietish time of the year for news as VMs keep their powder dry before unleashing all their new ... read more


December 2011 management briefing: Review of 2011 (part 1)

20 December 2011 | Dave Leggett

December 2011 management briefing: Review of 2011 (part 1) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2011 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fa... read more


COMMENT: Jaguar's dimming daylight runners

25 July 2011 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Jaguar's dimming daylight runners Graeme Roberts Kudos to Jaguar and its 2012 XF range headlight unit supplier for coming up with a solution to a problem currently being mentioned on some au... read more


just-auto's 2011 outlook survey

21 February 2011 | Dave Leggett

just-auto's 2011 outlook survey Dave Leggett A survey of just-auto's readership in January reveals views on the 2011 outlook for markets and companies. Dave Leggett reports If you have heard of ... read more


February 2010 Management Briefing: Biofuels in Europe (Part 1)

17 February 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

February 2010 Management Briefing: Biofuels in Europe (Part 1) just-auto.com editorial team In the first part of this month’s management briefing, we look at how confused and erratic Governme... read more


COMMENT: Feds rule out just one factor in Toyota probe

9 February 2011 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Feds rule out just one factor in Toyota probe Graeme Roberts To quote Edmunds.com Jeremy Anwyl in a YouTube video made just after the Department of Transportation announcment exonerating ... read more


BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (second half)

23 December 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (second 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


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


COMMENT: Russian thaw

1 October 2010 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Russian thaw Simon Warburton If there was a theme to come out of the first day of the Paris motor show - apart from the omnipresent insistence on electric vehicles - it was that Russia was c... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Austerity bites

2 July 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Austerity bites Graeme Roberts Britain's post election austerity budget may soon bite on the car industry as the minister in charge of such things indicated direct support may be ... read more


COMMENT: Europe throws tax dice

25 June 2010 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Europe throws tax dice Simon Warburton Just when automakers thought it was safe to stick their heads above the economic parapet, then they get hit with yet another volley. There's been a ... read more


COMMENT: No regulatory respite for Toyota

11 May 2010 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: No regulatory respite for Toyota Simon Warburton Toyota Motor Corporation must feel it is being pursued to the ends of the earth at the moment. US transportation secretary Ray LaHood has ... read more


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