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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 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


Traverse, the great divide - a tough CASE to crack

6 August 2018 | Calum MacRae

Traverse, the great divide - a tough CASE to crack Calum MacRae Quiet reflection for Marchionne There's considerable consternation in the auto industry presently, but that concern is divided ... 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


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


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


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


COMMENT: Can we stop talking about EV start-ups, please?

9 May 2013 | QUBE

COMMENT: Can we stop talking about EV start-ups, please? QUBE Far too many analysts and writers have spent time covering electric cars by focusing overly on start-up automakers that formed to grab a ... read more


US: New York show round-up

3 April 2013 | headlineauto

US: New York show round-up headlineauto So, what are we to make of the New York show? Is it a purely parochial affair, staged to provide a fillip to the Greater New York dealers who organise it, or a... read more


RESEARCH SNAPSHOT: 'Stop-start' systems

25 October 2011 | John Voelcker

RESEARCH SNAPSHOT: 'Stop-start' systems John Voelcker In this extract from just-auto's QUBE research on electric vehicle technologies , we take a quick look at so-called stop-start systems. Do you... read more


COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve

3 June 2010 | Bill Cawthon

COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve Bill Cawthon Last week, a rumour surfaced: Ford was working on a plan kill off Mercury, the automotive legacy of Edsel Ford, Henry’s only child. Mercury wou... read more


RESEARCH: The changing position of 'mild hybrids'

12 May 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

RESEARCH: The changing position of 'mild hybrids' just-auto.com editorial team The year 2009 was relatively quiet for the simplest type of electric-drive vehicles, known as mild hybrids. Sexier bat... 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


OPINION: Racing for the next generation

12 October 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

OPINION: Racing for the next generation just-auto.com editorial team “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday!” This axiom has driven most automakers to get involved in some form of motor racing over the year... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: After the clunkers party, the sales hangover?

28 August 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

THE WEEK THAT WAS: After the clunkers party, the sales hangover? just-auto.com editorial team After spending US$3bn of other people's money - that of the taxpayers of America - on the CARS, or 'cash ... read more


ANALYSIS: New GM needs a new name

17 June 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: New GM needs a new name just-auto.com editorial team The slimmed-down ‘New GM’ will have a clean balance sheet and a sensible brand portfolio. But there’s an elephant in the room – and it’... read more