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Groupe PSA future models analysis - Opel-Vauxhall

21 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Groupe PSA future models analysis - Opel-Vauxhall Glenn Brooks A series which has looked at the existing and future models of Groupe PSA - first Peugeot , then Citroën and DS Automobiles - ... read more


Groupe PSA future models analysis - Peugeot

12 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Groupe PSA future models analysis - Peugeot Glenn Brooks After some especially trying years, the brand with the lion logo has clawed its way back. As so often happens when a company slows or stops sp... read more


ANALYSIS - Peugeot seeks segment leadership with new 5008

6 October 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Peugeot seeks segment leadership with new 5008 Glenn Brooks ACEA is yet to release Europe-wide sales data for September but Groupe PSA has been having a trying 2017 in terms of volume. Thi... read more


ANALYSIS - Crossland X and future Opel-Vauxhall SUVs

23 August 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Crossland X and future Opel-Vauxhall SUVs Glenn Brooks At first sight, the new Crossland X, which steps in for the Meriva, appears to make no sense for Opel and Vauxhall. Isn't it the same... read more


What PSA Group must do to turn DS around [updated]

3 February 2017 | Glenn Brooks

What PSA Group must do to turn DS around [updated] Glenn Brooks The future model strategy for DS is explored here in this, the first in a series concerning the passenger car brands of PSA Group. The ... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: 208 GTi & future Peugeots

15 October 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: 208 GTi & future Peugeots Glenn Brooks DS is PSA's luxury brand, Citroen a quirky-mainstream marque, leaving Peugeot to be an alternative to Volkswagen. That's the theory. Where doe... read more


ANALYSIS: Forget Volkswagen, Mazda is the big news in Germany

9 October 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Forget Volkswagen, Mazda is the big news in Germany Glenn Brooks It has no rich parent; no manufacturing plant in Europe; sells no hybrids, EVs or PHEVs. Plus, a new roadster has just been ... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New DS 5 & the future of PSA's luxury brand

21 July 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New DS 5 & the future of PSA's luxury brand Glenn Brooks It will soon be 60 years since the Citroën DS was revealed to dropped jaws at the 1955 Paris motor show. Now, PSA has a... read more


COMMENT: Iran coiled spring bursting to unwind

17 July 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Iran coiled spring bursting to unwind Simon Warburton It's been glacially slow in evolving, but could one of the longest-running sanctions sagas in modern times be about to draw to a close? ... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New BlueHDi tech for Citroën C4

5 May 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New BlueHDi tech for Citroën C4 Glenn Brooks The Peugeot 308 GT is not the only new PSA C segment hatchback to benefit from the group’s latest BlueHDi diesel engine technolo... read more


ANALYSIS: How soon until Nissan Europe outsells Toyota?

17 February 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: How soon until Nissan Europe outsells Toyota? Glenn Brooks Certain new and accelerating trends are revealed for the European passenger car market in the latest figures issued by ACEA. Ni... read more


ANALYSIS: Europe's car market in 2014, and 2015

19 January 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Europe's car market in 2014, and 2015 Glenn Brooks The market might have been up by 5.4% in 2014 but there were some surprising brands on the list of those which saw their sales effectively... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: (Citroën) DS 3 facelift

2 January 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: (Citroën) DS 3 facelift Glenn Brooks The newly updated DS 3 is now bordering on true premium qualities and status. But with PSA insisting that DS is a brand, why is there still Citr... read more


December 2014 management briefing: Review of 2014 (1)

23 December 2014 | Dave Leggett

December 2014 management briefing: Review of 2014 (1) Dave Leggett It's still 2014, but not for much longer. In the global automotive business, plenty happened in 2014. Seasoned observer Dave Legge... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: All eyes on Vienna as nuclear talks start

21 November 2014 | Simon Warburton

THE WEEK THAT WAS: All eyes on Vienna as nuclear talks start Simon Warburton I've come off the bench this week, as just-auto  news editor, Graeme Roberts, takes a well-earned sojorn in Shakespe... read more


COMMENT: Iran nuclear talks to kick-start basic safety for all?

14 November 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Iran nuclear talks to kick-start basic safety for all? Simon Warburton With all the hullabaloo surrounding the imminent nuclear talks deadline on 24 November - another one - between Iran and... read more


COMMENT: Sweden looks to warm up emerging markets

24 October 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Sweden looks to warm up emerging markets Simon Warburton It's as if the Cold War never went away. Hot on the heels of Russian sabre rattling - and the eventual de facto annexation of Crim... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Citroën C4 Cactus

8 July 2014 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Citroën C4 Cactus Glenn Brooks With innovations galore, including air-filled bumpers, low CO2 thanks to a base weight of under a tonne, and production ramping up at a once-doomed Sp... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Citroën C1

4 July 2014 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Citroën C1 Glenn Brooks We first saw the second generation C1 alongside the Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo at the Geneva motor show in March. Production is now ramping up, and UK del... read more


THE EVOLVING BRANDSCAPE: Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA)

19 June 2014 | Mark Bursa

THE EVOLVING BRANDSCAPE: Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) Mark Bursa In the first of a new series examining major OEM brand strategies, Mark Bursa takes a look at newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automotive... read more


COMMENT: Corporate turnaround and renewal from within

9 June 2014 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: Corporate turnaround and renewal from within Dave Leggett I was in Brussels last week for the Automotive News Europe Congress . One strong theme that emerged was corporate turnaround and th... read more


COMMENT: SPIEF argues calm heads prevail against current crisis

28 May 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: SPIEF argues calm heads prevail against current crisis Simon Warburton What to make of last week's St Petersburg International Economic Forum? (SPIEF). If a week's a long time in politics... read more


COMMENT: Tempting Stephen Norman out of retirement is a Tavares master stroke

15 May 2014 | Tony Lewis

COMMENT: Tempting Stephen Norman out of retirement is a Tavares master stroke Tony Lewis Carlos Tavares has lost little time in stamping his authority on PSA Peugeot-Citroën. While the appointme... read more


COMMENT: Rouble pressure concentrates Russia minds

26 March 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Rouble pressure concentrates Russia minds Simon Warburton If there was only one word being shouted from the rooftops in Moscow last week at the Russian Automotive Forum (RAF), it was simply,... read more


COMMENT: MEDEF stirs the pot in Tehran

7 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: MEDEF stirs the pot in Tehran Simon Warburton France's association of businesses (MEDEF) appears to have stirred up one huge hornet's nest this week with its visit to Iran that included elem... 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


COMMENT: Future bright for suppliers if Iran finally emerges from deep freeze?

9 December 2013 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Future bright for suppliers if Iran finally emerges from deep freeze? Simon Warburton Ifs and buts, conditional and subjective, Iran is one great swirling maelstrom of the unknown, but is it... read more


PRODUCT EYE: Citroen DS3 Cabrio - why PSA needs more cars like this

24 October 2013 | Glenn Brooks

PRODUCT EYE: Citroen DS3 Cabrio - why PSA needs more cars like this Glenn Brooks Coping with the weather in Britain can be summed up in one word: wait. Or in four: This Too Shall Pass. The open-topp... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: PHEV, new tech, interviews, Brazil...

11 October 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: PHEV, new tech, interviews, Brazil... Graeme Roberts I was intrigued to see Toyota's US unit cut the price of its two-version Prius Plug-In model line this week by between b... read more


PRODUCT EYE: General Motors revamps the Insignia

24 September 2013 | Graeme Roberts

PRODUCT EYE: General Motors revamps the Insignia Graeme Roberts Deputy Editor Graeme Roberts runs an eye over General Motors' Europe's updated Opel/Vauxhall Insignia range and discovers a much more ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: UK still on the up as Europe stagnates

20 September 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: UK still on the up as Europe stagnates Graeme Roberts This week is probably best described as a mixed bag, full of interesting, mostly positive and wide-ranging news. Resident p... read more


September 2013 management briefing: Frankfurt IAA retrospective

17 September 2013 | Glenn Brooks

September 2013 management briefing: Frankfurt IAA retrospective Glenn Brooks Our detailed look at Europe's largest motor show of 2013 - the Frankfurt IAA - forms a two part series for this month's m... read more


FRANKFURT: Observations from the show floor

11 September 2013 | Glenn Brooks

FRANKFURT: Observations from the show floor Glenn Brooks If you had to sum up the mood at the 2013 Frankfurt IAA's first press day it would be entrenched optimism. Profits might remain elusive for so... read more


COMMENT: Why the new 308 is not the Peugeot 309

28 August 2013 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Why the new 308 is not the Peugeot 309 Glenn Brooks The new 308 defies Peugeot convention by retaining the number of the previous model. This is part of a new system whereby all future ... read more


PRODUCT EYE: Citroen C4 Picasso - driving PSA's first EMP2 vehicle

2 August 2013 | Glenn Brooks

PRODUCT EYE: Citroen C4 Picasso - driving PSA's first EMP2 vehicle Glenn Brooks The new Citroën C4 Picasso is smaller yet roomier, 140kg lighter, and the first conventionally powered compact MP... read more


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