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Volvo UK claims WLTP testing first

21 May 2018 | Dave Leggett

Volvo UK claims WLTP testing first Dave Leggett Volvo Cars says it has become the first car manufacturer in the UK to homologate its entire model range under the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehic... read more


Huge CO2 fines loom for European automakers - report

28 November 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Huge CO2 fines loom for European automakers - report Graeme Roberts Eight of Europe's largest carmakers reportedly will miss carbon dioxide emissions targets due to come into force in 2021, leaving t... read more


SWEDEN: Leax Group eyes Iran as sanctions poised to lift

16 October 2015 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: Leax Group eyes Iran as sanctions poised to lift Simon Warburton Swedish mechanical components and sub-systems manufacturer, Leax Group is eyeing Iran for potential major new business followi... read more


SWEDEN: FKG slams VW scandal as "destructive"

16 October 2015 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: FKG slams VW scandal as "destructive" Simon Warburton Scandinavian automotive supplier body, FKG has launched a withering condemnation of Volkswagen's emissions scandal, branding it "destruct... read more


SWEDEN: "Chaotic" VW will not look same in five years: SKF CEO

16 October 2015 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: "Chaotic" VW will not look same in five years: SKF CEO Simon Warburton Roller-bearing manufacturer, SKF says while the immediate crisis engulfing Volkswagen will eventually dissipate, the sca... read more


AUSTRALIA: ARRB to test driverless cars this November

4 August 2015 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: ARRB to test driverless cars this November Simon Warburton Driverless cars will be tested on Australian roads for the first time in November this year says the country's national independe... read more


BELGIUM: Six truckmakers to get EU antitrust complaint - report

28 October 2014 | Dave Leggett

BELGIUM: Six truckmakers to get EU antitrust complaint - report Dave Leggett Daimler, Renault Trucks, MAN, Scania, Iveco and DAF Trucks are the six truckmakers that are expected to get a European Uni... read more


SWEDEN: FKG sees supplier hope in Iran as relations improve

25 April 2014 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: FKG sees supplier hope in Iran as relations improve Simon Warburton Scandinavian supplier body, FKG, says it sees "waves on the water" in terms of improving relations between Iran and the Wes... read more


FRANKFURT PREVIEW: World debut for Volvo Drive-E engines

19 August 2013 | Glenn Brooks

FRANKFURT PREVIEW: World debut for Volvo Drive-E engines Glenn Brooks Volvo Car Corporation has revealed initial details of its new Drive-E four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. Originally announc... read more


PARIS SHOW: Final list of world premieres [model summaries updated where needed]

1 October 2012 | Glenn Brooks

PARIS SHOW: Final list of world premieres [model summaries updated where needed] Glenn Brooks An updated list of world premiere concepts and production models which appeared at the Paris motor show's... read more


US: Volvo penalised $1.5m for delayed recall reports

4 July 2012 | Graeme Roberts

US: Volvo penalised $1.5m for delayed recall reports Graeme Roberts The US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Volvo Cars North America ha... read more


SWEDEN: IF Metall Trollhattan jobless rate powers to 40% as Saab waits

4 May 2012 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: IF Metall Trollhattan jobless rate powers to 40% as Saab waits Simon Warburton Unemployment among main Saab union, IF Metall members, has soared to 40% in the automaker's home-town of Trollha... read more


US: GM insists PSA's temporary Iran halt before alliance move

4 April 2012 | Simon Warburton

US: GM insists PSA's temporary Iran halt before alliance move Simon Warburton General Motors says it has discussed the highly-contentious issue of sanctions against Iran with new partner, PSA Peugeot... read more


BELGIUM: Ex-CLEPA chief fires parting Saab shot at Swedish government

3 April 2012 | Simon Warburton

BELGIUM: Ex-CLEPA chief fires parting Saab shot at Swedish government Simon Warburton Newly-retired CLEPA CEO, Lars Holmqvist, has delivered a stinging criticism of the Swedish government, maintainin... read more


UK: Ford launches 85mpg diesel Fiesta

22 March 2012 | Graeme Roberts

UK: Ford launches 85mpg diesel Fiesta Graeme Roberts Ford's UK unit has introduced a new Fiesta variant capable of returning over 85mpg. The new diesel 'ECOnetic' version emits 87g of CO2/km exemp... read more


SWEDEN: Antonov aide slams Swedish government taking China "dictatorship" money, but refusing Russian cash

5 March 2012 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: Antonov aide slams Swedish government taking China "dictatorship" money, but refusing Russian cash Simon Warburton Potential Saab investor Vladimir Antonov's former aide has launched a broads... read more


SWEDEN: Volvo still circling Saab tooling as receivers plan update

27 February 2012 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: Volvo still circling Saab tooling as receivers plan update Simon Warburton Further details are expected to emerge tomorrow (28 February) from Saab's receivers concerning potential purchasers ... read more


GERMANY: Euro NCAP says Compass "disappoints", Civic "impresses"

22 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

GERMANY: Euro NCAP says Compass "disappoints", Civic "impresses" Graeme Roberts "Jeep Compass disappoints, Honda Civic impresses," is how Euro NCAP described crash test results for two new models. ... read more


SWEDEN: Saab union derides government unemployment efforts as "political garbage."

10 February 2012 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: Saab union derides government unemployment efforts as "political garbage." Simon Warburton Saab's largest blue-collar union has slammed efforts by the Swedish government to provide the right ... read more


SWEDEN: Saab bankruptcy "horrific" says government as it seeks to secure wages before Christmas

19 December 2011 | Simon Warburton

SWEDEN: Saab bankruptcy "horrific" says government as it seeks to secure wages before Christmas Simon Warburton Sweden's employment ministry says it will push hard for Saab employees to be paid befor... read more


BELGIUM: EC approves Getrag takeover proposal by GKN

29 September 2011 | Simon Warburton

BELGIUM: EC approves Getrag takeover proposal by GKN Simon Warburton GKN has been cleared by the European Commission (EC) under the EU Merger Regulation for the proposed acquisition of the all-wheel-... read more


BELGIUM: EC gives Volkswagen green light for MAN bid

27 September 2011 | Simon Warburton

BELGIUM: EC gives Volkswagen green light for MAN bid Simon Warburton Volkswagen has been cleared by the European Commission (EC) through the EU Merger Regulation for its proposed acquisition of comme... read more


UK: Consumer group slams UK auto recall body

28 April 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: Consumer group slams UK auto recall body just-auto.com editorial team The UK’s car safety recall system needs a complete overhaul, said Which? Car,  the local equivalent of the US Co... read more


just-auto's research round-up

9 March 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

just-auto's research round-up just-auto.com editorial team Here's a brief run-down of reports available in our research store that caught our eye over the past week or so... 1. Booming Russian ... read more


BELGIUM: Truckmakers concerned over EU emissions plan

8 October 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: Truckmakers concerned over EU emissions plan just-auto.com editorial team Truckmakers are protesting European Union plans to impose strict curbs on C02 emissions, calling them unrealistic... read more


BELGIUM: EC approves Volvo acquisition by Geely

7 July 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: EC approves Volvo acquisition by Geely just-auto.com editorial team Volvo Cars' acquisition by Geely and Daqing has been approved by the European Commission (EC). The Commission gave the ... read more


BELGIUM: EU court ruling a blow for dealers

14 June 2010 | Keith Nuthall

BELGIUM: EU court ruling a blow for dealers Keith Nuthall A European Court of Justice (ECJ) case involving Volvo Car appears to reduce the protection of sacked auto dealers recovering indemnity payme... read more


THAILAND: Thailand cuts taxes on gasohol cars

20 April 2010 | Staff reporter

THAILAND: Thailand cuts taxes on gasohol cars Staff reporter The Thai government has cut excise duties by three percentage points on flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) compatible with E85 gasohol, in an e... read more