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Open sesame

5 April 2005 | About Automotive

Open sesame About Automotive The men's 100 metres final at last year’s Olympic games in Athens was all over in just ten seconds.  That's just how quickly some car thieves can break into most c... read more


European profitability about to deteriorate again

4 April 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

European profitability about to deteriorate again just-auto.com editorial team The big European car companies are going through tough times. Europe’s economy is weak, US export earnings are hit by ... read more


New car launches: model army on the move

31 March 2005 | Institute of the Motor Industry

New car launches: model army on the move Institute of the Motor Industry This year sees a record number of new models - not mere facelifts - destined for UK showrooms. For carmakers, it should give... read more


Insider Opinion: Big Dog: 'Pride comes before a fall!'

2 March 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

Insider Opinion: Big Dog: 'Pride comes before a fall!' just-auto.com editorial team As I sit on the kerb surveying my suburban street, this pooch is very grateful to be offered a plethora of tasty ... read more


Sleeping Beauty

28 February 2005 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Sleeping Beauty Institute of the Motor Industry While Ford is burdened by poor quality and productivity at Land Rover and slow sales and excess capacity at Jaguar, Aston Martin is undergoing a fair... read more


Four Truths About the Automotive Industry (part 2)

20 January 2005 | McKinsey & Company

Four Truths About the Automotive Industry (part 2) McKinsey & Company The global automotive industry has always been fascinated by the latest trends, but this focus on novelty may have led it to ign... read more


Insider Opinion: Big Dog on the folly of the ‘Hyper Car’

19 January 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

Insider Opinion: Big Dog on the folly of the ‘Hyper Car’ just-auto.com editorial team As investment bank analysts sit at their desks in Frankfurt or London, else ponder the future from New York, Bl... read more


The Chinese Are Coming

10 January 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

The Chinese Are Coming just-auto.com editorial team So far all the news from China has been about the big investments being made there to build cars and trucks to meet the demands of its huge poten... read more


Hyundai Motor sets out its targets for 2005

6 January 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

Hyundai Motor sets out its targets for 2005 just-auto.com editorial team SEOUL---South Korea's leading automaker Hyundai Motor Co., seeking to become one of top five global automakers by 2010 teame... read more


Plastic tanks fuel growth

21 December 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Plastic tanks fuel growth Matthew Beecham A great deal of innovative design and materials work is going into vehicle fuel tank systems.  It is area that is coming under increasing pressure fro... read more


The Listening Car Company

13 December 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

The Listening Car Company just-auto.com editorial team I guess it was inevitable. I’d been noticing for a while that Audis were the new bullies on the road. It used to be BMWs, of course. Drivers o... read more


China’s car market hits the buffers in 2004

8 December 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

China’s car market hits the buffers in 2004 just-auto.com editorial team After an explosive couple of years, China’s car market hit the buffers in 2004. The Chinese Government effectively put the b... read more


Europe's mass carmakers can't make money

25 November 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Europe's mass carmakers can't make money just-auto.com editorial team European mass car manufacturer's third quarter results induced more gloom and underlined the fact that the industry is producin... read more


Luxury cars: trouble at the top

11 November 2004 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Luxury cars: trouble at the top Institute of the Motor Industry The cars are magnificent. More than enough rich people around the world can afford them. So why aren't Bentley, Maybach and Rolls-Roy... read more


Belt up Lutz

8 November 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Belt up Lutz just-auto.com editorial team I recently had the pleasure of putting a few miles on a Vauxhall Monaro, the Australian-built 5.7-litre coupe that's sold in America as a GTO by Pontiac. T... read more


Cocooned in a cockpit

2 November 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Cocooned in a cockpit Matthew Beecham Despite the smooth lines and simple appearance, the cockpit is one of the most complicated and tightly packaged assemblies in a vehicle. Matthew Beecham report... read more


Heading in the right direction

14 October 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Heading in the right direction Matthew Beecham At least a third of new cars built in Europe will be equipped with electric steering by 2007. Demand is being fuelled by a range of factors, not least... read more


The development of the diesel engine - an overview

4 October 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

The development of the diesel engine - an overview just-auto.com editorial team It is no accident that as the twenty-first century dawns, car manufacturers have stepped up the pace of diesel engine... read more


New Ford Focus central to Ford's European performance

23 September 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

New Ford Focus central to Ford's European performance just-auto.com editorial team The first Ford Focus, launched in 1998, transformed Ford's image - for the better - in one of Western Europe's lar... read more


BMW’s advanced powertrain developments

2 September 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

BMW’s advanced powertrain developments just-auto.com editorial team Un-phased by the furious activity surrounding alternative propulsion systems at other manufacturers, BMW has remained focused onl... read more


New frontiers in front-end modules

23 August 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

New frontiers in front-end modules just-auto.com editorial team What is a front-end module? It depends who makes it and for whom it is made. According to Faurecia, a complete front-end comprises th... read more


Reflecting on an industry

5 August 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Reflecting on an industry Matthew Beecham The rearview mirror market is divided into two areas: exterior and interior mirrors. Interior mirror designs may typically feature prismatic glass or anti-... read more


Is BTO the auto industry’s answer to poor profitability?

26 July 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Is BTO the auto industry’s answer to poor profitability? just-auto.com editorial team Can embracing the customer with Build-to-Order (BTO) cure the auto industry’s chronic lack of profits? That’s o... read more


Automotive News Europe Congress 2004 - a review

14 July 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Automotive News Europe Congress 2004 - a review just-auto.com editorial team The annual Automotive News Europe Congress has become a firm fixture in many diaries. It’s a useful occasion to take on ... read more


How to have your cake and eat it

13 July 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

How to have your cake and eat it just-auto.com editorial team The automotive cake used to be easy to slice. Five or six slices of varying sizes and most were able to feed reasonably well. This feat... read more


Spoilt for choice

6 July 2004 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Spoilt for choice Institute of the Motor Industry Platform and component sharing enables manufacturers to offer an ever-wider choice of model derivatives – and that’s having a major impact on UK mar... read more


Are luxury cars a €4 billion dead-end for European volume carmakers?

22 June 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Are luxury cars a €4 billion dead-end for European volume carmakers? just-auto.com editorial team Wrong-headed? European car manufacturers have frittered away more than €4... read more


The Art of Scion

10 June 2004 | Automotive Design and Production

The Art of Scion Automotive Design and Production How utilizing blazingly fast product development, a realistic cost calculation system, completely engaged engineers, designers who want to achieve ... read more


Chickens come home to roost at VW

25 May 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Chickens come home to roost at VW just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen might be the market leader in Europe, but its profitability is crumbling and experts say its basic strategy is flawed and n... read more


China Car Capers

21 May 2004 | Michael J. Dunne

China Car Capers Michael J. Dunne A few seasons ago, America's National Football League adopted a new policy - I call it the red flag rule - that allows teams to protest calls made by officials on ... read more


Where next for South Africa's automotive industry?

14 May 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Where next for South Africa's automotive industry? just-auto.com editorial team South Africa's automotive industry has seen some growth in recent years, most notably in RHD vehicle exports. But the i... read more


Supplying DaimlerChrysler – focus on cost reduction

10 May 2004 | SupplierBusiness.com

Supplying DaimlerChrysler – focus on cost reduction SupplierBusiness.com Suppliers complain of worsening relations at Mercedes-Benz Car Group, shocked by the continued prioritization of cost reduct... read more


Block Exemption and the parts business

26 April 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Block Exemption and the parts business just-auto.com editorial team Late last year Keith Jones, the vastly experienced managing director of Unipart Logistics admitted in public to being "jaundiced"... read more


The history and evolution of the 4WD market

30 March 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

The history and evolution of the 4WD market just-auto.com editorial team While a four-wheeled motor vehicle will perform perfectly well for most purposes so long as two of its wheels are driven, ... read more


Automakers up in arms over Chinese ‘bootleg cars’

22 March 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Automakers up in arms over Chinese ‘bootleg cars’ just-auto.com editorial team The streets of China are a lot busier than they used to be. In the major cities, bicycles and mopeds are having to giv... read more


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