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2019 Geneva motor show world debuts list

6 March 2019 | Glenn Brooks

2019 Geneva motor show world debuts list Glenn Brooks Concepts, prototypes and production models which were world premieres at the 2019 Geneva motor show are discussed below. More informatio... read more


ANALYSIS: BMW sales plunge in largest EU market

9 July 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: BMW sales plunge in largest EU market Glenn Brooks The 12 percent YoY rise in the June German passenger cars market has seen some notable changes to the usual pecking order. Opel muscled pa... read more


COMMENT: Volkswagen outsells Vauxhall in UK

7 May 2015 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Volkswagen outsells Vauxhall in UK Glenn Brooks Ford is secure as market leader in Britain but there was a major upset in the April passenger car market with Vauxhall losing its traditional ... read more


February 2015 management briefing: 48V mild hybrids (2)

20 February 2015 | Calum MacRae

February 2015 management briefing: 48V mild hybrids (2) Calum MacRae Moving to a 48V architecture in hybrid and electric vehicles offers plenty of promise. It provides about four times the energy r... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Mitsubishi's top-selling Outlander PHEV

24 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Mitsubishi's top-selling Outlander PHEV Graeme Roberts Ping goes the inbox. A welcome new email comes from our colleagues at JATO Dynamics with the latest eight-month YTD European P... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Driving the Swedish nanny state

17 July 2014 | Graeme Roberts

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Driving the Swedish nanny state Graeme Roberts Been lying awake at night wondering how plug-in cars are doing in Europe? Me, neither, but, having now evaluated a few - Vauxhall Ampe... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: More GM recalls

4 July 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: More GM recalls Graeme Roberts General Motors started this week by continuing to honour CEO Mary Barra's oft-repeated promise - which is essentially to make good any car not good -... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Economies on the up?

25 April 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Economies on the up? Graeme Roberts Are post financial crash economies finally on the up? Financial results (first quarter for many; full fiscal year for Japan and India) have star... read more


March 2014 management briefing: Geneva reflections (2)

25 March 2014 | Glenn Brooks

March 2014 management briefing: Geneva reflections (2) Glenn Brooks In the second part of this month's briefing, just-auto's future products editor, Glenn Brooks, completes his reflections on the s... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Not the Porsche GT3's week

21 February 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Not the Porsche GT3's week Graeme Roberts 'Twas not a good week to be the owner of a shiny new Porsche GT3. You may have slapped down a hefty deposit on the mere sight of a grai... read more


COMMENT: Toyota Australia closure inevitable and ironic

10 February 2014 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Toyota Australia closure inevitable and ironic Graeme Roberts Toyota Australia's announcement of the  planned end of local manufacturing  in 2017 was both inevitiable and ironic. ... 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


THE WEEK THAT WAS: So much for a quiet December

13 December 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: So much for a quiet December Graeme Roberts Auto things quieten down in December, don't they? So nothing much happened this week - just a new female CEO at GM,  an auto indust... read more


COMMENT: Holden bows to the inevitable

11 December 2013 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Holden bows to the inevitable Graeme Roberts To this Antipodean - from the other side of the Tasman Sea - last night's announcement Holden is to end local manufacture in Australia in 2017 is... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Russian musical chairs

18 October 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Russian musical chairs Graeme Roberts Over the last couple of days, we've been tracking an interesting tale about GAZ CEO Bo Andersson, reportedly about to jump ship to another to... read more


PRODUCT EYE: Toyota again joins the C-segment wagon party

15 July 2013 | Graeme Roberts

PRODUCT EYE: Toyota again joins the C-segment wagon party Graeme Roberts Olde England: 'estate car' or, if you are v posh, 'shooting brake'. US: 'wagon'. Australia/New Zealand: 'station (as in sheep)... read more


PLDB LISTING UPDATE: Bajaj RE60, Dongfeng's Hummer lookalike, FoE's first plug-in model

11 July 2013 | Glenn Brooks

PLDB LISTING UPDATE: Bajaj RE60, Dongfeng's Hummer lookalike, FoE's first plug-in model Glenn Brooks Over 500 vehicles have been updated in our live database of current and future new passenger car p... read more


GENEVA 2013 PRESS PREVIEW DAYS REVIEW: Part Two (of two)

8 March 2013 | Glenn Brooks

GENEVA 2013 PRESS PREVIEW DAYS REVIEW: Part Two (of two) Glenn Brooks Having peered under concepts to check for real engines and suspension systems, and gently interrogated multiple industry executi... 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 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


September 2012 management briefing: Paris Motor Show preview

25 September 2012 | Glenn Brooks

September 2012 management briefing: Paris Motor Show preview Glenn Brooks Glenn Brooks, at the Paris show, has compiled a listing of new vehicle world premieres , which he has been updating regula... read more


COMMENT: SUVs sounding Aussie sedan death knell?

17 July 2012 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: SUVs sounding Aussie sedan death knell? Graeme Roberts Are imported SUVs slowly killing off the big Aussie sedan? Australian motoring writer Paul Gover, editoralising on today's decision... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Autonomous motoring

11 May 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Autonomous motoring Graeme Roberts Most popular news article this week: an interview with Nady Boules , director of General Motors' electrical and control integration researc... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Mergers, acquisitions, alliances, apps...

24 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Mergers, acquisitions, alliances, apps... Graeme Roberts Another week has flashed by - almost the end of leap year February with Geneva about to pounce, it really is true time goes... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Snow and a mixed outlook

10 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Snow and a mixed outlook Graeme Roberts A snowy, freezing cold week at just-auto towers and surrounding towns, including mine, with a mixed forecast for next week that somewhat r... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: A mixed start to 2012

3 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: A mixed start to 2012 Graeme Roberts The jury on the likely US sales tally for 2012 is still out after a January that (pleasantly) surprised our resident Stateside statistician Bi... read more


September 2011 management briefing: IAA Frankfurt Motor Show retrospective

30 September 2011 | Glenn Brooks

September 2011 management briefing: IAA Frankfurt Motor Show retrospective Glenn Brooks His blisters now healed and floodlight-induced suntan fading, Glenn Brooks reflects on the best and biggest F... read more


August 2011 management briefing: hybrids and electric vehicles (part 3)

31 August 2011 | Glenn Brooks

August 2011 management briefing: hybrids and electric vehicles (part 3) Glenn Brooks In the last of a three-part series for just-auto, Glenn Brooks looks into the future of electric vehicles (EVs) ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: The Dutch automaker Fiat-Chrysler?

19 August 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: The Dutch automaker Fiat-Chrysler? Graeme Roberts Intriguing news today that Fiat-Chrysler could establish global HQ in the Netherlands . Well, Mitsubishi, once closely linked wit... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: End of the line for Saab?

24 June 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: End of the line for Saab? Graeme Roberts After two weeks off on 'staycation', I returned, refreshed, on Monday to see what had happened during an absence in which news had not been... read more


*UPDATED* ANALYSIS: Why Honda is being outsold by Porsche in Germany

3 June 2011 | Glenn Brooks

*UPDATED* ANALYSIS: Why Honda is being outsold by Porsche in Germany Glenn Brooks German market passenger vehicle registrations are just out and there are some fascinating statistics in them. Accordi... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Our annual play in the toy shop

27 May 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Our annual play in the toy shop Graeme Roberts Highlight of my week - and that of fellow just-auto colleagues - was Thursday's annual SMMT Test Day, an event which, when described ... read more


ANALYSIS: Europe’s car market, winners and losers

19 May 2011 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Europe’s car market, winners and losers Glenn Brooks New car sales numbers for 28 European markets* released by ACEA reveal some telling examples of which brands are on the up, and which ... read more


ANALYSIS: Saab under Hawtai Motor – could it fly?

11 May 2011 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Saab under Hawtai Motor – could it fly? Glenn Brooks Can there be another vehicle maker with a recent history as beset by turbulence as Saab? Having been pushed into liquidation by Genera... read more


ANALYSIS: German automakers snap at Ford heels in UK brand online search

10 May 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: German automakers snap at Ford heels in UK brand online search just-auto.com editorial team Ford was the most searched for automotive brand, accounting for just over 11% of all branded sear... read more


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