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EU heavy truck market sees 19.4% gain in 2015; positive expectations for 2016.

9 February 2016 | Colin Whitbread

EU heavy truck market sees 19.4% gain in 2015; positive expectations for 2016. Colin Whitbread Recent data from ACEA confirm that 2015 was a year of positive growth for the EU27 heavy (16t and over) ... read more


Orders fade and layoffs commence in NA Class 8 truck sector

10 December 2015 | Colin Whitbread

Orders fade and layoffs commence in NA Class 8 truck sector Colin Whitbread Volvo Trucks North America's decision to cut the workforce at its Virginia truck plant by around 25% in February 2016, is l... read more


ANALYSIS: Foreign brands attack declining Japanese market

16 July 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Foreign brands attack declining Japanese market Glenn Brooks Vehicle sales ended the first half of CY2015 down 11%, due mostly to a tax rise for Kei-models. Yet not every OEM is suffering. ... read more


ANALYSIS: Volkswagen - 2Q14 results insight

1 August 2014 | Sabine Blümel

ANALYSIS: Volkswagen - 2Q14 results insight Sabine Blümel The VW Group that operates eight passenger car brands, three truck brands and one motorcycle brand, reported solid 2Q14 results. Sabine Bl&u... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: VW gets bigger

16 May 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: VW gets bigger Graeme Roberts News of VW's first EV for the US drew plenty of interest from just-auto readers this week. For good measure, the automaker also took full control... read more


COMMENT: Has Scania scuppered NEVS Saab deal for good?

17 August 2012 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Has Scania scuppered NEVS Saab deal for good? Simon Warburton Just as National Electric Vehicle Sweden's self-imposed - and continuously expressed - deadline of the 'end of summer' for its m... read more


ANALYSIS: Is there a viable scenario for the Saab brand?

3 July 2012 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Is there a viable scenario for the Saab brand? Mark Bursa Saab’s new Chinese-Japanese owners need to understand the brand’s history – and get back to first principles &nd... read more


COMMENT: Saab purchase underwhelms Swedes

14 June 2012 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Saab purchase underwhelms Swedes Simon Warburton It's no exaggeration to say those in the know have not exactly been overwhelmed by the news Saab is to be bought by the National Electric Veh... read more


QUBE CONNECTED VEHICLES: Q&A with Nokia

20 April 2012 | QUBE

QUBE CONNECTED VEHICLES: Q&A with Nokia QUBE Nokia’s Location and Commerce business unit outlines its activities and maps out its strategic direction. This interview is extracted from QUBE's... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Transmission trends

16 November 2011 | Matthew Beecham

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Transmission trends Matthew Beecham As part of just-auto’s ongoing monitoring of trends in the transmission sector, Matthew Beecham talked with executives from Torotrak, Bo... read more


COMMENT: Fiat mischievous with VW heavy truck talk?

18 January 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

COMMENT: Fiat mischievous with VW heavy truck talk? just-auto.com editorial team It was an issue that vexed journalists at the Detroit Motor Show: was Fiat Group chief Sergio Marchionne being mischie... read more


ANALYSIS: Death of the cool?

22 December 2009 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Death of the cool? Mark Bursa Can anyone fix Saab? Would a sale to Spyker – or any other small automaker - create an orphan automaker, doomed to the fate of Rover. Saab is worth more than ... read more


BIG DOG: Tata’s turkey

15 December 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

BIG DOG: Tata’s turkey just-auto.com editorial team After an extended lay-off as a premium dog food taster in China, 'Big Dog', the opinionated mutt  with an occasional column on just-aut... read more


LUDVIGSEN’S COLUMN: Porsche, Piëch and Volkswagen in the 21st Century

5 July 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

LUDVIGSEN’S COLUMN: Porsche, Piëch and Volkswagen in the 21st Century just-auto.com editorial team After recent developments in Porsche’s pursuit of Volkswagen and the attempted merger of truck make... read more


FEATURE: America braces for freight truck market crash

13 April 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

FEATURE: America braces for freight truck market crash just-auto.com editorial team When a predicted market downturn of 40 per cent is seen not only as normal, but is also welcomed, one knows that o... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: HCVs: Ashok Leyland turns the tables

25 July 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: HCVs: Ashok Leyland turns the tables Mark Bursa The most obvious response to the news that Ashok Leyland, India’s second largest CV manufacturer has bought Czech OEM Avia ... read more


The global heavy truck market - an overview

31 January 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

The global heavy truck market - an overview just-auto.com editorial team Not surprisingly, it is European and North American manufacturers who dominate the global truck market, although, as Daimler... read more


Japan's vehicle market review: still depressed overall, but some sectors seeing growth

29 March 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Japan's vehicle market review: still depressed overall, but some sectors seeing growth just-auto.com editorial team Japan's vehicle market saw another year of barely perceptible growth in 2003, wit... read more


Kwik-Fit: why the Ford venture fell flat

17 June 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Kwik-Fit: why the Ford venture fell flat Institute of the Motor Industry At the heart of the Kwik-Fit issue is whether an automotive group is a vehicle maker, or a diversified service provider. Answ... read more


Asia’s truck industry faces up to falling demand

2 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Asia’s truck industry faces up to falling demand just-auto.com editorial team The competitive profile of the Asian medium and heavy commercial vehicle industry has been undergoing fundamental ch... read more


Volvo plans diesel range shake-up for Euro 4

3 August 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Volvo plans diesel range shake-up for Euro 4 just-auto.com editorial team By Alan Bunting In the wake of its effective takeover of Renault's truck business - including Mack in the United State... read more


Could VW be a takeover target?

29 May 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Could VW be a takeover target? just-auto.com editorial team Dr Ferdinand Piëch's reign at Volkswagen has been - all things considered - rather a mixed bag. The much-lauded policy of platform... read more


HUNGARY: GM's Allison Transmission opens its biggest foreign plant

20 October 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

HUNGARY: GM's Allison Transmission opens its biggest foreign plant just-auto.com editorial team Allison Transmission of the USA, a division of General Motors Corp, launched its biggest foreign ... read more


A Profile of the UK Motor Industry

31 July 2000 | Key Note

A Profile of the UK Motor Industry Key Note The 1990s proved to be a troublesome time for the UK's motor industry, and if events in the first half of 2000 are anything to go by, the turmoil is set to ... read more


Australia - The Lucky Automotive Industry?

27 June 2000 | AutoAnalysis Ltd

Australia - The Lucky Automotive Industry? AutoAnalysis Ltd Despite its distance from the major automotive markets and decision-making centres, Australia still has a significant - and unique ... read more


Moving up or down the Automotive Value Chain...

7 June 2000 | PricewaterhouseCoopers

Moving up or down the Automotive Value Chain... PricewaterhouseCoopers Strategic change driven by shareholder value Over the last three years the largest manufacturers and suppliers to the auto... read more


Two who want to (GM/Fiat), two who don’t (BMW/Rover), and two who can’t(Volvo/Scania)

24 March 2000 | World Automotive Industry Trends (WAIT)

Two who want to (GM/Fiat), two who don’t (BMW/Rover), and two who can’t(Volvo/Scania) World Automotive Industry Trends (WAIT) The pace of change in the world automotive industry was both q... read more


New transport policies will drive up global bus sales

2 March 2000 | The Economist Intelligence Unit

New transport policies will drive up global bus sales The Economist Intelligence Unit During the last five years, public transport has moved up the political agenda in all the developed countries of... read more


Electronics Content of Cars Will Top 30% by 2005

5 January 2000 | The Economist Intelligence Unit

Electronics Content of Cars Will Top 30% by 2005 The Economist Intelligence Unit The advent of the PC and the explosion in growth of mobile multimedia systems are set to transform the passenger car as... read more


The World Heavy Truck Industry: Structural Change Ahead

27 December 1999 | The Economist Intelligence Unit

The World Heavy Truck Industry: Structural Change Ahead The Economist Intelligence Unit The global truck manufacturing industry is undergoing substantial change. As is the case with the automotive ... read more


World - Production overcapacity problems set to get worse

9 September 1999 | World Automotive Industry Trends (WAIT)

World - Production overcapacity problems set to get worse World Automotive Industry Trends (WAIT) No-one disputes anymore that the world’s motor industry is carrying far too much capacity and it is... read more