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The Week That Was - August replenishes batteries

5 August 2016 | Simon Warburton

The Week That Was - August replenishes batteries Simon Warburton August's dog days are well and truly on us up here in the Northern hemisphere and in the soporific heat of a British summer &... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS - VW comes clean, Jaguar Land Rover heads east

11 December 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS - VW comes clean, Jaguar Land Rover heads east Graeme Roberts The really interesting stuff all happened as this week drew to a close - yesterday Volkswagen 'fessed up over the 'dies... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: The premium electric SUV segment comes into view

21 August 2015 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: The premium electric SUV segment comes into view Dave Leggett Electric powertrain technology comes with a number of drawbacks - mainly surrounding battery performance issues - but ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Jaguar Land Rover goes large

14 August 2015 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Jaguar Land Rover goes large Dave Leggett The big news this week was that Jaguar Land Rover announced a plan to build a 300,000-unit capacity plant in Slovakia . We knew that a pl... read more


SAO PAULO SHOW: This year's was one of the best

10 November 2014 | Fernando Calmon

SAO PAULO SHOW: This year's was one of the best Fernando Calmon Attracting over 750,000 visitors in 11 days, the São Paulo motor show saw several locally made and imported new model launches o... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: And what a week...

1 September 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: And what a week... Graeme Roberts I submit, yeronner, brain fade, the leap straight from summer holiday to Swedish presser and an exceptionally busy week for the delay in this colu... read more


COMMENT: Foreign carmakers chose appeasement in China

27 August 2014 | Staff reporter

COMMENT: Foreign carmakers chose appeasement in China Staff reporter China's ongoing investigation into anti-competitive practices in the country's automotive industry has picked up momentum in recen... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: The August harvest this week is mixed but 'brilliant'

15 August 2014 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: The August harvest this week is mixed but 'brilliant' Dave Leggett The news this week was a mixed bag with some positives and negatives, nothing major breaking (well, it is August)... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Assembly plant week?

28 March 2014 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Assembly plant week? Graeme Roberts OK, OK, I admit it - just-auto.com this week is looking a bit like Assembly Plant News . com. Being the resident plant nut, and also auto... 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: Growth opportunities are out there...

20 December 2013 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Growth opportunities are out there... Dave Leggett The European car market may be a challenging place and likely to remain so in 2014, but this week's digest of news in the auto bi... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: GM gets serious in Europe, Ford throws in a 'Stang

6 December 2013 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: GM gets serious in Europe, Ford throws in a 'Stang Dave Leggett The month of December is generally one of the quieter ones in the automotive news reporting calendar, but there was ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: JLR in the news

4 October 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: JLR in the news Graeme Roberts News about Tata Motors' UK success story - Jaguar Land Rover - always seems to attract a lot of interest from just-auto readers. That was certainly... 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: Is Tesla really worth twice as much as Fiat SpA?

16 May 2013 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Is Tesla really worth twice as much as Fiat SpA? Glenn Brooks We live in strange times. As Fisker, a rival with supposedly superior range-extending technology falls apart, the value of Tesla... read more


GENEVA 2013 PRESS PREVIEW DAYS REVIEW: Part One

7 March 2013 | Glenn Brooks

GENEVA 2013 PRESS PREVIEW DAYS REVIEW: Part One Glenn Brooks As our list of vehicle and concept world premieres attests, this year’s Geneva motor show media preview days saw a bumper crop of... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Financial results: the good, the bad and the ugly

15 February 2013 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Financial results: the good, the bad and the ugly Dave Leggett There were more financial results out this week and it was another mixed bag. General Motors' latest black ink was,... 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


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Detroit and more

18 January 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Detroit and more Graeme Roberts The prime event of the week was, of course, the 2013 Detroit auto show and, just in case you haven't yet had enough, all our coverage is handily pa... read more


December 2012 management briefing: Review of 2012 (part 2)

21 December 2012 | Dave Leggett

December 2012 management briefing: Review of 2012 (part 2) 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


THE WEEK THAT WAS: December, and the news is chilly

14 December 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: December, and the news is chilly Graeme Roberts If memory serves, about two days ago, our 'slide show' at the top of the home page had four bad-news, job-loss-related stories out o... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Jaguar (re)discovers all wheel drive

7 December 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Jaguar (re)discovers all wheel drive Graeme Roberts Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover's late but welcome spread out into niches already well tapped by German rivals Audi, BMW, and Mer... read more


MOSCOW REFLECTIVE: A show heading for global status

13 September 2012 | Guest author

MOSCOW REFLECTIVE: A show heading for global status Guest author The Moscow Motor Show seemed to command more media and industry attention this year than in past years. Maybe that's not too surpris... read more


COMMENT: Why BMW is staying so quiet about the new Hybrid 7

30 July 2012 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Why BMW is staying so quiet about the new Hybrid 7 Glenn Brooks It's highly unusual for any German manufacturer to launch a new model without issuing page after page of technical specs. BMW... read more


COMMENT: Audi hints at production plans for flywheel tech

4 May 2012 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Audi hints at production plans for flywheel tech Glenn Brooks Audi's revolutionary R18 e-tron quattro takes to the track this weekend in round two of the World Endurance Championship (WEC) a... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: 'Dustbin' on the way back?

2 March 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: 'Dustbin' on the way back? Graeme Roberts Antipodeans have a habit of changing names to something more colloquial or shortening to suit. In Australia, your mate Peter Bond becomes ... read more


COMMENT: Where does the Chinese car industry really stand?

2 February 2012 | Guest author

COMMENT: Where does the Chinese car industry really stand? Guest author Investment banker Meyrick Cox describes the development of the Chinese auto industry, its structure and offers a view on the c... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: VW spending big as Saab totters

16 September 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: VW spending big as Saab totters Graeme Roberts So the West is all but done for and all future big news will come from the Chinese and Korean automakers huh? Someone tell the superv... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Another Chinese lifeline thrown to Saab

20 May 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Another Chinese lifeline thrown to Saab Graeme Roberts A week, they say, is a long time in politics. That also applies when you are talking about Saab. Barely was the ink dry, so t... read more


COMMENT: Pang what?

16 May 2011 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Pang what? Graeme Roberts Google. "Pang Da" [enter]. "BOAT STERCULIA SEEDS - Pang Da Hai, Quantity: 50g, GBP1.25 (zero-rated). A seed to help moisten the lung and to clea... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: Putting the spark in premium cars

23 March 2011 | Rob Golding

GOLDING’S TAKE: Putting the spark in premium cars Rob Golding To Germany to find out how electric motors jump from milk floats and golf carts to Audi and BMW without leaving the premium cars feeling ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Indian mayhem

17 December 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Indian mayhem Graeme Roberts Like most markets of which I am expected to know something about, I have yet to set foot in India so jump at the chance to see anything on the teev tha... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Small and electric cars rule

5 November 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Small and electric cars rule Graeme Roberts Small and electric cars - and quarterly results - made up much of the news this week just past. We began with another drive in the Nis... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China?

10 September 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China? Graeme Roberts Interesting news this week that Nissan's local partner in China is developing a new range of cars under a unique local new ... read more


COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go

17 June 2010 | Fernando Calmon

COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go Fernando Calmon The arrival of Chinese brands in Brazil has been rather slow, although watched with interest due to the size and industrial s... read more


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