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Automakers plan gradual resumption of China output

10 February 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Automakers plan gradual resumption of China output Graeme Roberts Some carmakers were likely to have restarted output at China factories after shutting temporarily due to the coronavirus, media repor... read more


Ford and Volkswagen announce commercial vehicle alliance

15 January 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Ford and Volkswagen announce commercial vehicle alliance Graeme Roberts As widely expected, Volkswagen and Ford have announced the first formal agreements of broad alliance that will see Ford develop... read more


Ford starts talks over European restructure and job cuts

10 January 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Ford starts talks over European restructure and job cuts Graeme Roberts Ford said today (10 January) it was starting consultations with unions and other parties to begin a restructure of the bra... read more


NEW YORK AUTO SHOW - Global debuts list

29 March 2018 | Glenn Brooks

NEW YORK AUTO SHOW - Global debuts list Glenn Brooks Vehicles which made their global debuts at the 2018 New York International Auto Show are named below. Information on the following models ca... read more


Lamborghini 2017 revenue crosses one billion euro mark

16 March 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

Lamborghini 2017 revenue crosses one billion euro mark just-auto plus Extended News In fiscal year 2017 (31.12.2017), Automobili Lamborghini achieved new historic landmarks. The Italian super sports ... read more


Thatcham Research wants to see AEB standard on all new cars

24 January 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Thatcham Research wants to see AEB standard on all new cars Graeme Roberts Thatcham Research has suggested UK car buyers choose only cars which have Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) as standard or a... read more


2018 DETROIT SHOW - world debuts list

16 January 2018 | Glenn Brooks

2018 DETROIT SHOW - world debuts list Glenn Brooks Vehicles which made their global debuts at the 2018 NAIAS are named below on just-auto's list.  Information on the following models can b... read more


Mexico earthquake prompts plant status reviews

21 September 2017 | Dave Leggett

Mexico earthquake prompts plant status reviews Dave Leggett Carmakers with plants in Mexico are assessing them for earthquake related disruptions this week, but the initial impact on operations cause... read more


2017 Frankfurt IAA motor show - all the world debuts

13 September 2017 | Glenn Brooks

2017 Frankfurt IAA motor show - all the world debuts Glenn Brooks All the world premieres from the 2017 Frankfurt IAA are listed below. The most important production models making their motor show de... read more


Lamborghini worldwide sales up 4% in H1 2017

24 July 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

Lamborghini worldwide sales up 4% in H1 2017 just-auto plus Extended News In the first six months of 2017, Automobili Lamborghini recorded a further increase in worldwide deliveries. A total of 2,091... read more


Lamborghini to build paint plant for the Urus SUV at Sant’Agata Bolognese site

25 May 2017 | Dave Leggett

Lamborghini to build paint plant for the Urus SUV at Sant’Agata Bolognese site Dave Leggett VW subsidiary Lamborghini has announced the planned construction of a new paint plant. The new building wil... read more


2017 Shanghai motor show world premieres

24 April 2017 | Glenn Brooks

2017 Shanghai motor show world premieres Glenn Brooks Auto Shanghai 2017 did not disappoint, with a vast number of concept, prototype and production model world debuts. The most important vehicle ... read more


Chinese sourcing for US likely to fuel auto trade flames - report

17 November 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Chinese sourcing for US likely to fuel auto trade flames - report Graeme Roberts Ford's new entry into the US compact SUV market is likely to further fan the flames over automotive trade, accordi... read more


Unifor to reveal bargaining automaker on 6 September

1 September 2016 | Simon Warburton

Unifor to reveal bargaining automaker on 6 September Simon Warburton Canadian labour body, Unifor says it will announce its template automaker for this year's bargaining negotiations next Tuesday (6 ... read more


Turbocharging I3s a growing trend in Brazil

15 July 2016 | Fernando Calmon

Turbocharging I3s a growing trend in Brazil Fernando Calmon Turbo charging a one-litre, three-cylinder engine is a growing trend here in Brazil. Turbocharging itself is not a novelty here - back... read more


Export demand boosts GM, Ford and Renault Brazil recruitment

24 June 2016 | Fernando Calmon

Export demand boosts GM, Ford and Renault Brazil recruitment Fernando Calmon Following BMW, which will begin X1 SUV exports from its Brazilian assembly plant to the US next month , three other autom... read more


ACEA revises up 2016 growth forecast to 5%

2 June 2016 | Simon Warburton

ACEA revises up 2016 growth forecast to 5% Simon Warburton Europe's Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA), has revised its forecast for 2016 car registrations up from its ini... read more


BRAZIL: Ford, VW workers agree to 20% hours reduction

21 September 2015 | Graeme Roberts

BRAZIL: Ford, VW workers agree to 20% hours reduction Graeme Roberts Volkswagen and Ford workers in Brazil have agreed to a 20% reduction in working hours as well as wage cuts in order to avoid mass ... read more


CANADA: Former auto chief to head Ontario province promotion

11 June 2015 | Graeme Roberts

CANADA: Former auto chief to head Ontario province promotion Graeme Roberts A former chairman of Toyota Canada is chairing a new committee to promote the province of Ontario to the automotive industr... read more


US: GM, Ford to ask UAW to agree third tier jobs - report

24 March 2015 | Graeme Roberts

US: GM, Ford to ask UAW to agree third tier jobs - report Graeme Roberts Ford and General Motors are considering negotiating with the United Auto Workers union for the creation of a third tier of low... read more


AUSTRALIA: Government steps back from auto industry funding cut

12 March 2015 | Chris Wright

AUSTRALIA: Government steps back from auto industry funding cut Chris Wright The Australian government has pulled back on planned funding cuts to the automotive industry, allowing the sector to keep ... read more


UK: SMMT launches campaign to support clean diesel technologies

11 March 2015 | Dave Leggett

UK: SMMT launches campaign to support clean diesel technologies Dave Leggett The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is to launch a UK nationwide consumer campaign to "raise awareness a... read more


BRAZIL: January vehicle output inches up

5 February 2015 | Graeme Roberts

BRAZIL: January vehicle output inches up Graeme Roberts Vehicle production in Brazil increased just 0.4% year on year in January after a 10-day strike at Volkswagen lowered output at a key plant and ... read more


VENEZUELA: Vehicle output in 2014 slumps to record low

19 January 2015 | Graeme Roberts

VENEZUELA: Vehicle output in 2014 slumps to record low Graeme Roberts Vehicle production in recession-hit Venezuela fell 72.5% last year to just 19,759 units, national automakers organisation Cavenez... read more


BRAZIL: Jury still out on a flat or growth 2015

12 January 2015 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Jury still out on a flat or growth 2015 Fernando Calmon In automotive terms, 2014 surely will not be missed after the Brazilian domestic market’s 7.1% sales downturn. Combined with the ... read more


BELGIUM: Punch files Genk jobs plan as unions turn fury on Flanders

5 December 2014 | Simon Warburton

BELGIUM: Punch files Genk jobs plan as unions turn fury on Flanders Simon Warburton Punch Metals is confirming it has submitted an offer to the Flanders government that could see 200 stamping jobs sa... read more


BELGIUM: Ford "committed" to finding Genk future as Punch rumours continue

3 December 2014 | Simon Warburton

BELGIUM: Ford "committed" to finding Genk future as Punch rumours continue Simon Warburton Ford says it remains committed to finding a viable future for the Genk site in Eastern Belgium, slated to cl... read more


BRAZIL: Three-cylinder turbocharged engines on 'fast forward'

1 December 2014 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Three-cylinder turbocharged engines on 'fast forward' Fernando Calmon At least three automakers here in Brazil are betting on turbocharger technology for their new, one-litre, three-cylinder ... read more


GERMANY: Carmakers looking to use more carbon fibre, says SGL boss

25 November 2014 | Tony Lewis

GERMANY: Carmakers looking to use more carbon fibre, says SGL boss Tony Lewis More carmakers are looking to use parts reinforced with carbon fibre to help them make lighter and more fuel efficient ve... read more


SOUTH AFRICA: Strikes make Ford hesitate

13 November 2014 | Graeme Roberts

SOUTH AFRICA: Strikes make Ford hesitate Graeme Roberts Ford is hesitant about investing further in its South African operation because of repeated production stoppages caused by strikes, its regiona... read more


INDIA: Two wheelers drive September output rise

14 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

INDIA: Two wheelers drive September output rise Graeme Roberts Indian automakers produced 2,227,140 vehicles including passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, three wheelers and two wheelers in Sept... read more


THAILAND: Carmakers pledge $1.6bn in Eco Car II investment

6 October 2014 | Staff reporter

THAILAND: Carmakers pledge $1.6bn in Eco Car II investment Staff reporter Thailand’s Board of Investment confirmed it has approved investments worth a total of THB52.7bn (USD1.61bn) for the sec... read more


AUSTRALIA: GM Holden starts axing engineers - report

17 September 2014 | Graeme Roberts

AUSTRALIA: GM Holden starts axing engineers - report Graeme Roberts Although there are three years until production in Australia ends, General Motors' Holden is preparing to sack half its local engin... read more


UK: Vauxhall to start second van shift at Luton

23 June 2014 | Graeme Roberts

UK: Vauxhall to start second van shift at Luton Graeme Roberts General Motors Europe's Vauxhall plant at Luton is planning a second Vivaro van shift at its Luton plant, adding 400 jobs. The Finan... read more


BRAZIL: Auto investment attraction to endure - KPMG

13 June 2014 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Auto investment attraction to endure - KPMG Fernando Calmon A KPMG International survey of the auto industry showed that 40% of executives interviewed intend to invest in the Brazil... read more


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