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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


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


Lexus LC 500 - the anti-hybrid?

7 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Lexus LC 500 - the anti-hybrid? Glenn Brooks With sales well below 50,000 per annum (16,276 for the year to the end of April), Lexus is a minor make in Europe, smaller even than Jaguar and about the... 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


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: Renaissance at Opel

19 April 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Renaissance at Opel Graeme Roberts Off over to Opel's tech centre at Dudenhofen (in the forest south east of Frankfurt) to see and try some of the new engines and gearboxes in th... 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


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: Global automatic transmissions to exceed manual in 2007

12 February 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Global automatic transmissions to exceed manual in 2007 just-auto.com editorial team Research undertaken by just-auto forecasts that the global number of new vehicles fitted with ... 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


All change at Torotrak!

24 May 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

All change at Torotrak! just-auto.com editorial team Torotrak, developer of the revolutionary infinitely variable transmission (IVT), has been undergoing an intense period of change in the past 16 ... read more


Why are telematics take-up rates so low?

11 February 2003 | About Automotive

Why are telematics take-up rates so low? About Automotive Dennis Foy, editor of ABOUT Automotive’s monthly automotive telematics bulletin and a new report on 42-volt technology, comments on the rel... 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


42-volt automotive power systems - the state of play

13 January 2003 | About Automotive

42-volt automotive power systems - the state of play About Automotive So far as 42-volt electrical systems for vehicles are concerned, the current debate centres on when, rather than if, they are t... read more


Toyota's expansive Mexican plans

29 October 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Toyota's expansive Mexican plans just-auto.com editorial team Toyota says it launched its sales operation in Mexico this year two years ahead of schedule thanks to an unlikely deal with a Mexican m... read more


Torotrak's IVT: a role to play in making the ICE more efficient?

2 October 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Torotrak's IVT: a role to play in making the ICE more efficient? just-auto.com editorial team So here’s the deal. A technology company called Torotrak has developed a revolutionary automatic transmi... read more


Developments in clutches

29 August 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Developments in clutches just-auto.com editorial team Of the three main vehicle markets in the developed world, Europe remains unique in that more than 85% of passenger cars (and an even higher pro... read more


MetaCapitalism and Automotive Growth

11 September 2000 | PricewaterhouseCoopers

MetaCapitalism and Automotive Growth PricewaterhouseCoopers MetaCapitalism is a term coined to describe the future growth markets transformed by B2B internet processes and portals. The essence o... read more


More than just a production method: the Toyota Manufacturing System

13 October 1999 | just-auto.com editorial team

More than just a production method: the Toyota Manufacturing System just-auto.com editorial team The Toyota Manufacturing System has been admired and to some extent copied throughout the world, but... read more