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2020 Chicago auto show - the world debuts

6 February 2020 | Glenn Brooks

2020 Chicago auto show - the world debuts Glenn Brooks With the NAIAS shifting from January to June, Chicago is the first major US auto show of 2020. Below is a list of world debuts, although some ve... read more


2019 Los Angeles auto show world premieres

21 November 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 Los Angeles auto show world premieres Glenn Brooks Vehicles which made their global debuts at the 2019 LA Auto Show are named below. More information about future models can be found by se... read more


2019 New York auto show - list of world premieres

18 April 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 New York auto show - list of world premieres Glenn Brooks The media preview of the 2019 New York International Auto Show took place on 17 April: just-auto lists all the world debuts below. ... read more


2019 Chicago auto show - the world debuts

8 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 Chicago auto show - the world debuts Glenn Brooks At this year's Chicago auto show auto show there were world premieres from Ford, Nissan, Ram, Subaru, Toyota and Volkswagen. It's worth notin... read more


2019 Detroit auto show - the world debuts

15 January 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 Detroit auto show - the world debuts Glenn Brooks All the production vehicle and concept world debuts at the 2019 North American International Auto Show are listed below. Information on t... read more


2018 Los Angeles auto show world debuts list

29 November 2018 | Glenn Brooks

2018 Los Angeles auto show world debuts list Glenn Brooks Vehicles which made their global debuts at the 2018 LA Auto Show are named below. Information on the majority of the following models ... read more


2018 Monterey Week world debuts list

27 August 2018 | Glenn Brooks

2018 Monterey Week world debuts list Glenn Brooks Monterey Automotive Week, including the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance , took place over the final weekend of August and during several days leadi... read more


New G01 BMW X3 outgrows the Audi Q5

26 June 2017 | Glenn Brooks

New G01 BMW X3 outgrows the Audi Q5 Glenn Brooks BMW has revealed the new X3 to the media at an event in South Carolina. The G01 series version of this Spartanburg-made SUV is not only 61mm longer th... read more


Car makers start to think about future business models

16 May 2017 | Chris Wright

Car makers start to think about future business models Chris Wright The writing has been on the wall for a few years now. The sudden realisation that learning to drive or owning a car was no longer t... read more


AI and the future automotive experience

12 January 2017 | Dave Leggett

AI and the future automotive experience Dave Leggett The recent CES included a number of innovations and concepts pitched at the emerging world of autonomous drive. However, we also heard of new co... read more


Did CES trump Detroit for future vision?

9 January 2017 | Chris Wright

Did CES trump Detroit for future vision? Chris Wright As the Detroit International Auto Show opens its doors this week you could argue that the year's most significant industry event has already ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS - Q1 profits rolling in

6 May 2016 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS - Q1 profits rolling in Graeme Roberts News that Geely-owned Volvo Cars had made first quarter earnings gains thanks to strong sales of its recently launched, ... read more


Integrated Canadian test cells impress OEM visitors

19 November 2015 | Graeme Roberts

Integrated Canadian test cells impress OEM visitors Graeme Roberts It takes a fair bit to impress engineers from a major OEM but the boffins from a major Canadian university reckon they achieved that... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Frankfurt BMW presser to remember

18 September 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Frankfurt BMW presser to remember Graeme Roberts Frankfurt. Lots of new cars to read about. Lots of industry news to be told. So what did you ghouls read most? Natch, the report ab... read more


ANALYSIS: US segments shift as Honda CR-V outsells all cars

9 January 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: US segments shift as Honda CR-V outsells all cars Glenn Brooks With 32,369 units sold, American Honda's CR-V was the market's best selling SUV in December. Another upset: the Toyota Camry w... read more


PRODUCT PEEP: Kia K900 knocks on big brands' door

24 July 2014 | Graeme Roberts

PRODUCT PEEP: Kia K900 knocks on big brands' door Graeme Roberts Prior to moving to the UK, I had almost zero exposure to the Kia brand which, 20 years ago, was mostly recycled Mazdas. And something ... read more


US: Kia Motors America - a "bit player" with ambition

22 July 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Kia Motors America - a "bit player" with ambition Graeme Roberts Kia Motors America may be marking 20 years in the US this year but, despite 535,179 sales in 2013 (down 4% on 2012), the recent hi... read more


COMMENT: GM CEO heads for lions' dens

1 April 2014 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: GM CEO heads for lions' dens Graeme Roberts Imagine you're the new CEO of an automaker whose recently recalled millions of vehicles, some fitted with a potentially faulty ignition switch tha... read more


COMMENT: Are Detroit OEMs heading for extinction if Apple acquires Tesla?

20 February 2014 | Guest author

COMMENT: Are Detroit OEMs heading for extinction if Apple acquires Tesla? Guest author "Apple has an arm that researches automated driving technology and Tesla is also interested in au... read more


COMMENT: US splits north/south on union issue?

17 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: US splits north/south on union issue? Simon Warburton Well, who saw that one coming? Not me certainly - I thought the UAW would sweep all before it in its aim to secure representation for... read more


COMMENT: Chattanooga vote to sway American south?

14 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Chattanooga vote to sway American south? Simon Warburton In what could be a landmark vote for the Southern States of America, Volkswagen's staff at its Chattanooga plant in Tennessee are goi... read more


DETROIT SHOW: An air of optimism tempered with reality

14 January 2014 | Simon Warburton

DETROIT SHOW: An air of optimism tempered with reality Simon Warburton This year's North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit kicked off yesterday (13 January) against a blizzard of op... read more


GOLDING'S TAKE: Marchionne calm, but cutting and mending ahead

30 April 2013 | Rob Golding

GOLDING'S TAKE: Marchionne calm, but cutting and mending ahead Rob Golding Sergio Marchionne, the man still in the process of saving Fiat, is a man now with a plan. “Europe is less key to us... 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


November 2012 management briefing: world markets review (US)

29 November 2012 | Dave Leggett

November 2012 management briefing: world markets review (US) Dave Leggett In this month's management briefing we take a look at the latest developments in major vehicle markets around the world. In t... read more


October 2012 management briefing: Thai floods and their impact on Ford and GM

12 October 2012 | Chris Wright

October 2012 management briefing: Thai floods and their impact on Ford and GM Chris Wright The fragility of the automotive supply chain has been highlighted by natural disasters, particularly in Asi... read more


COMMENT: Designing for youth and unexpected consequences

11 January 2012 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Designing for youth and unexpected consequences Graeme Roberts General Motors executives from CEO Dan Akerson to global director of youth strategy, John McFarland, to Chevrolet marketin... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Detroit wins as Japan quakes - for now

3 June 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Detroit wins as Japan quakes - for now Graeme Roberts All eyes were on the US sales reports this week as we wondered what effect that 'quake in Japan would have on the world's larg... read more


MAY SALES PREVIEW: The shockwave about to hit the US car market

1 June 2011 | Glenn Brooks

MAY SALES PREVIEW: The shockwave about to hit the US car market Glenn Brooks The Camry and Corolla, along with the Accord and Civic have ruled the US new car market sales charts for over a decade. A... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: Dan The Man and Dan Ammann explain the plan

6 May 2011 | Rob Golding

GOLDING’S TAKE: Dan The Man and Dan Ammann explain the plan Rob Golding So what you have got here is Dan The Man Akerson who has been chairman and chief executive of GM for the last 10 months, and th... read more


'QUAKE ANALYSIS: Japan losing 335k units, all OEMs affected end April

22 March 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

'QUAKE ANALYSIS: Japan losing 335k units, all OEMs affected end April just-auto.com editorial team Japan light vehicle output is expected to be reduced by about 335,000 units to the end of this week ... read more


ANALYSIS: Mulally's NPD the toast of Ford's full year success

28 January 2011 | Graeme Roberts

ANALYSIS: Mulally's NPD the toast of Ford's full year success Graeme Roberts Ford booked 2010 pretax operating profit of $US8.3bn, up exactly that amount year on year, on revenue up $17bn to $120.9bn... read more


US SALES PREVIEW: Hopes high for November retail sales

1 December 2010 | Dave Leggett

US SALES PREVIEW: Hopes high for November retail sales Dave Leggett Analysts are reporting that retail sales in the US are looking relatively strong for November, with some easing of concerns over th... read more


COMMENT: Government Motors no more?

6 August 2010 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Government Motors no more? Simon Warburton Things are moving at a pretty pace in Detroit where General Motors' boss Ed Whitacre is plotting its much-heralded IPO. Whitacre's impressive CV... read more


COMMENT: Tweaking NHTSA's nose

15 July 2010 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Tweaking NHTSA's nose Simon Warburton Public relations is often a dark art, frequently seeking to pour oil on troubled waters where quite often those choppy seas are the real story. So ju... read more


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