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Consumer Watchdog unhappy at robot car proposals

18 January 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Consumer Watchdog unhappy at robot car proposals Graeme Roberts Proposals floated in Detroit last week by top federal auto safety officials indicating the agency is willing to allow auto manufacture... read more


2016 CES - list of new cars, concepts and technologies

6 January 2016 | Glenn Brooks

2016 CES - list of new cars, concepts and technologies Glenn Brooks The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show saw the world premieres of various cars, concepts and automotive technologies as listed below. T... read more


FRANCE: GENIVI expands with Renault-Nissan programme

10 March 2015 | Graeme Roberts

FRANCE: GENIVI expands with Renault-Nissan programme Graeme Roberts GENIVI Alliance, the automotive industry association driving the development and adoption of an open In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI) ... read more


JAPAN: Embattled Honda chief resists removal calls - report

12 February 2015 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Embattled Honda chief resists removal calls - report Graeme Roberts CEO Takanobu Ito reportedly is resisting calls to remove him as head of Honda Motor and wants to stay on for a another two y... read more


ROMANIA: Rising production drives increased turnover for Bosch

23 May 2014 | Chris Wright

ROMANIA: Rising production drives increased turnover for Bosch Chris Wright Increased vehicle production in Romania will see Bosch boost its presence in the country by the end of this year. Mihai ... read more


US: Single complaints prompt NHTSA Chevrolet brake and Bosch Leaf charger probes

23 April 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Single complaints prompt NHTSA Chevrolet brake and Bosch Leaf charger probes Graeme Roberts The NHTSA has opened preliminary investigations into the 2014 Chevrolet Impala and a Bosch fast charger... read more


GERMANY: Bosch to build first auto parts plant in Indonesia

28 June 2013 | Staff reporter

GERMANY: Bosch to build first auto parts plant in Indonesia Staff reporter Robert Bosch plans to start automotive component manufacturing in Indonesia with an initial spend of EUR10m. It currently... read more


UK: Bosch predicts production of 2.1m vehicles by 2015

3 June 2013 | Simon Warburton

UK: Bosch predicts production of 2.1m vehicles by 2015 Simon Warburton Bosch UK is predicting annual vehicle production to reach 2.1m units in the country by 2015, as nascent economic recovery allied... read more


JAPAN: Suppliers forced to broaden their horizons

4 April 2013 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Suppliers forced to broaden their horizons Chris Wright Japanese automotive suppliers are being forced to depend on their ingenuity to survive, reported the Nikkei business newspaper. Thi... read more


GENEVA: Global vehicle debuts list [Final version with additional cars & updated descriptions]

6 March 2013 | Glenn Brooks

GENEVA: Global vehicle debuts list [Final version with additional cars & updated descriptions] Glenn Brooks Details of concepts and new models which made their global debuts at the Geneva motor show ... read more


JAPAN: Bosch targets Japanese carmakers

25 February 2013 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Bosch targets Japanese carmakers Chris Wright Bosch plans to increase its business with Japanese carmakers, taking advantage of their plans to increase the number of common parts across models... read more


BRAZIL: Denso to produce engine control units In Brazil

16 August 2012 | Graeme Roberts

BRAZIL: Denso to produce engine control units In Brazil Graeme Roberts Denso has announced it will begin production of engine control units (ECUs) in Brazil in September. It will be the first comp... read more


SOUTH KOREA: Posco becomes top non-Japanese steel supplier to Toyota

28 June 2012 | Glenn Brooks

SOUTH KOREA: Posco becomes top non-Japanese steel supplier to Toyota Glenn Brooks The Japanese division of South Korea's biggest steelmaker has been accepted into the Kyohokai, the elite grouping whi... read more


UK: Government tries to lure key suppliers

21 May 2012 | Chris Wright

UK: Government tries to lure key suppliers Chris Wright The British government is talking to a number of key suppliers about opening new UK plants to boost the local content of cars produced in the... read more


US: INRIX’s customers double in 2011

13 April 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: INRIX’s customers double in 2011 just-auto plus Extended News Over 2011, INRIX signed deals with more than 50 new customers and launched traffic services for next-generation two-way connected nav... read more


GERMANY: President of Johnson Controls Automotive Experience receives 2011 Eurostar award for acquisition strategy

14 September 2011 | just-auto plus Extended News

GERMANY: President of Johnson Controls Automotive Experience receives 2011 Eurostar award for acquisition strategy just-auto plus Extended News Beda Bolzenius, vice president of Johnson Controls and ... read more


US: Battery makers 'face consolidation as glut looms'

1 September 2011 | Tony Lewis

US: Battery makers 'face consolidation as glut looms' Tony Lewis There will be too many companies making too many batteries for electric vehicles by the middle of the decade, according to a study quo... read more


GERMANY: Reducing CO2 emissions with optimized internal-combustion engines

9 June 2011 | just-auto plus Extended News

GERMANY: Reducing CO2 emissions with optimized internal-combustion engines just-auto plus Extended News Paper by Dr. Rolf Leonhard Executive Vice-President Engineering Diesel Systems at th... read more


US: Dana announces results

27 April 2011 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Dana announces results just-auto plus Extended News Dana Holding Corporation today reported its first-quarter 2011 financial results, including adjusted EDITDA of $181 million.  The company ... read more


JAPAN 'QUAKE UPDATES [17:31GMT]: Crippled nuclear plant may be buried

18 March 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN 'QUAKE UPDATES [17:31GMT]: Crippled nuclear plant may be buried just-auto.com editorial team Reuters reported that Japanese engineers conceded on Friday that burying a crippled nuclear plant in... read more


US: Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max tire recieves highly respected Good Housekeeping Seal

21 December 2010 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max tire recieves highly respected Good Housekeeping Seal just-auto plus Extended News The Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal, after ev... read more


ROMANIA: Dacia dusts off old badge for new compact SUV

9 December 2009 | Graeme Roberts

ROMANIA: Dacia dusts off old badge for new compact SUV Graeme Roberts Renault's Romanian unit Dacia has revived the Duster badge for a new  four-wheel-drive SUV which will be built at its m... read more


JAPAN: Denso eyes profit rise

3 December 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN: Denso eyes profit rise just-auto.com editorial team Partsmaker Denso is eyeing a rise in operating profit in 2010/11 partly thanks to strong Chinese demand, but the strong Japanese yen may hur... read more


GERMANY: BMW plans own-label EVs

5 August 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: BMW plans own-label EVs just-auto.com editorial team BMW has confirmed it will launch a new line of environment-friendly vehicles, including all-electric models, under its own brand. ... read more


GERMANY/SOUTH KOREA: Bosch-Samsung to supply BMW batteries

3 August 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY/SOUTH KOREA: Bosch-Samsung to supply BMW batteries just-auto.com editorial team BMW has chosen Bosch’s joint venture with Samsung SDI to supply lithium-ion battery cells for the carmaker’s Me... read more


GERMANY: Daimler could sell li-ion batteries

5 January 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: Daimler could sell li-ion batteries just-auto.com editorial team Daimler could sell lithium-ion batteries from its new joint venture with Evonik to third parties, in direct competition with ... read more


GERMANY: Authorities approve Bosch and Samsung battery JV

19 August 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: Authorities approve Bosch and Samsung battery JV just-auto.com editorial team Bosch says that all the relevant authorities have now given their approval for a joint venture between Robert Bo... read more


GERMANY: Bosch and Samsung form hybrid JV

17 June 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: Bosch and Samsung form hybrid JV just-auto.com editorial team Bosch and Samsung are forming a joint venture to produce lithium-ion hybrid vehicle batteries. The 50:50 joint venture will b... read more


ROMANIA: Dacia introduces Logan pickup truck

19 February 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

ROMANIA: Dacia introduces Logan pickup truck just-auto.com editorial team Renault’s Romanian Dacia unit has added a light pick-up version to the low-cost Logan range. Sedan, wagon and van body sty... read more


JAPAN/GERMANY: Suppliers start on Polish DPF JV

23 July 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN/GERMANY: Suppliers start on Polish DPF JV just-auto.com editorial team Denso Corporation and Robert Bosch have chosen Wroclaw, Poland (also home to a Toyota engine plant) for a 50-50 joint... read more


GERMANY: Bosch forecasts cars of the future

13 June 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: Bosch forecasts cars of the future just-auto.com editorial team Bosch will supply hybrid technology to VW, Audi and Porsche from next year. However the internal combustion engine with direct... read more


GERMANY [updated 20/6/07]: Bosch outlines future technology strategy

12 June 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY [updated 20/6/07]: Bosch outlines future technology strategy just-auto.com editorial team Bosch has outlined its technology development strategy aimed at improving safety and reducing emissio... read more


UK: Nissan starts making diesel Qashqai

17 April 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: Nissan starts making diesel Qashqai just-auto.com editorial team Production of the new Qashqai equipped with the two-litre dCi engine starts this week at Nissan’s Sunderland factory in north-east... read more


GERMANY: New minivan measures parking spaces

11 December 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: New minivan measures parking spaces just-auto.com editorial team Citroen C4 Picasso’s is the world's first car to feature integrated parking space measurement, according to Bosch, which supp... read more


US: Yazaki names new transplant business head

16 October 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Yazaki names new transplant business head just-auto.com editorial team Yazaki North America has named Nobuhiro Onishi executive vice president, YNA, and president, transplant business unit (TBU).... read more


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