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Pacifica: Something Else

15 April 2003 | Automotive Design and Production

Pacifica: Something Else Automotive Design and Production Although it might be a bit much to talk about the 'reinvention of Chrysler' the 2004 Pacifica points to a direction that the vehicle manufa... read more


Honda UK hits one million milestone

27 March 2003 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Honda UK hits one million milestone Institute of the Motor Industry Honda ended last year with record output from its Swindon plant. On March 6th, the one-millionth vehicle rolled off the Honda UK ... read more


Developments in automotive retailing

17 March 2003 | About Automotive

Developments in automotive retailing About Automotive In the past decade, automotive retailing has faced significant hurdles around the world, yet the basic model for “going to market” remains larg... read more


Honda's pitch to Generation 'Y': the Element

13 March 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Honda's pitch to Generation 'Y': the Element just-auto.com editorial team “OK, who parked the Frankenstein car outside?” Wonderful. Marvellous. Just great. American Honda spends millions encouragin... read more


Developing Asia: short-term weakness after strong 2002 sales

18 February 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Developing Asia: short-term weakness after strong 2002 sales just-auto.com editorial team Vehicle sales in the developing markets of the Asia-Pacific region rose sharply last year, despite the incr... read more


‘GM, Ford, long-term world domination under threat’ - AID

24 January 2003 | AID Newsletter

‘GM, Ford, long-term world domination under threat’ - AID AID Newsletter Many in the automotive industry globally believe that the long-term decline of Ford and GM is almost inevitable. It is certa... read more


The Indonesia vehicle market - out of steam and drifting

16 December 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

The Indonesia vehicle market - out of steam and drifting just-auto.com editorial team The Indonesian vehicle market has bounced back sharply from the economic devastation that was triggered by the ... read more


Chinese autos: place your bets

2 December 2002 | Access Asia

Chinese autos: place your bets Access Asia After years of high expectations and low growth, China’s auto market has suddenly taken off.The first three quarters of 2002 saw 2.4 million vehicles sold... read more


VW in the US - is it headed in the right direction?

26 November 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

VW in the US - is it headed in the right direction? just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen has seen its popularity surge in the all-important US market in an amazing comeback after being all but g... read more


Report on the 2002 Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week, Las Vegas

18 November 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Report on the 2002 Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week, Las Vegas just-auto.com editorial team Contrasting fortunes in the replacement parts and accessory sectors were highlighted by the 2002 Auto... read more


Mapping the future crossover trend

14 November 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Mapping the future crossover trend just-auto.com editorial team Crossover vehicles are beginning to emerge at a time when the automotive industry is becoming product centric.  Incentives can o... read more


BMW Z4 roadster moves upmarket, threatening Audi, Mercedes-Benz two-seaters

4 November 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

BMW Z4 roadster moves upmarket, threatening Audi, Mercedes-Benz two-seaters just-auto.com editorial team BMW is moving upmarket with its controversial new “flame surfacing” styled Z4 ro... read more


A round-up of new technologies shown at the Paris motor show

30 October 2002 | Matthew Beecham

A round-up of new technologies shown at the Paris motor show Matthew Beecham Behind the new model razzmatazz at this year's Paris motor show, there was also dazzling array of new technologies showc... read more


GM-Daewoo central to GM’s future growth

29 October 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

GM-Daewoo central to GM’s future growth just-auto.com editorial team The official inauguration of GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co Ltd (GMDAT) brings to an end over two years of lengthy and inten... read more


The complex world of chassis and suspensions

21 October 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

The complex world of chassis and suspensions just-auto.com editorial team The automotive suspension and chassis industry is highly complex, with different designs used and manufacturing arrangement... read more


The evolution of new OEM sourcing strategies

14 October 2002 | Auto Business Ltd

The evolution of new OEM sourcing strategies Auto Business Ltd Sourcing strategies are becoming an increasingly strategic issue for OEMs as they acknowledge the growing pressures on major tier one ... read more


The mild hybrid that is a sweet pill to swallow

11 October 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

The mild hybrid that is a sweet pill to swallow just-auto.com editorial team A five-seater family car, with full luggage space, capable of more than 70 mpg (or less than 4 litres per 100 km) yet th... read more


Japanese auto sector turns up the heat

7 October 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Japanese auto sector turns up the heat just-auto.com editorial team Japan’s automotive industry continues to outperform despite ongoing weakness in domestic demand and the generally weak global dem... read more


Spectacular new cars in Paris can’t hide looming crisis

30 September 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Spectacular new cars in Paris can’t hide looming crisis just-auto.com editorial team There were some interesting and spectacular vehicle debuts at the 2002 bi-annual Paris Auto Show which opened it... read more


GM Brings Saturn into Orbit with Ion

26 September 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

GM Brings Saturn into Orbit with Ion just-auto.com editorial team For the past 12 years Saturn has been vaguely in orbit around General Motors, writes John Rettie. GM started Saturn as a separate en... read more


Whatever happened to 42 Volts?

17 September 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Whatever happened to 42 Volts? Institute of the Motor Industry For some time past, technical commentators - including me - have been forecasting the arrival of 36/42V electrical systems to replace ... read more


GM and the CAW - warming up for a new agreement

9 September 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

GM and the CAW - warming up for a new agreement just-auto.com editorial team The Canadian Auto Workers union has chosen General Motors of Canada Ltd., as its target company to set the pattern for a ... read more


The '03 Accord: Why Smart Designers Make All The Difference

6 September 2002 | Automotive Design and Production

The '03 Accord: Why Smart Designers Make All The Difference Automotive Design and Production "Gob smacked." : Sure, that is a word more commonly heard in the streets of London than read in the page... read more


Honda's Element turns heads - young and old

22 August 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Honda's Element turns heads - young and old just-auto.com editorial team The joke in Dearborn, home of Ford Motor Company, is that you’ll get a ticket if you get caught driving a GM product in the ci... read more


Mazda launches redesigned Demio with eye on Europe

13 August 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Mazda launches redesigned Demio with eye on Europe just-auto.com editorial team Ford-controlled Mazda has unveiled its fully redesigned Demio subcompact in Japan and analysts are already saying the n... read more


Brand mismanagement

5 August 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Brand mismanagement Institute of the Motor Industry The evolution of the international motor industry is nearing midnight. The weak have largely been winnowed out by of the scale of the capital requi... read more


Isuzu: another Japanese auto sector recovery story in the making?

31 July 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Isuzu: another Japanese auto sector recovery story in the making? just-auto.com editorial team One of Japan’s worst performers In the last fiscal year, ending in March 2002, the company managed... read more


Look out, here come the Chinese

26 July 2002 | Automotive Resources Asia

Look out, here come the Chinese Automotive Resources Asia With entry to the World Trade Organisation, falling car prices, rising incomes and plenty of local supply, it was perhaps to be expected th... read more


'Spirited Independence' - Honda enunciates its global strategy

11 July 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

'Spirited Independence' - Honda enunciates its global strategy just-auto.com editorial team Ten years ago Honda looked to be in trouble. Its founder, Soichiro Honda, had recently passed away and th... read more


Automotive News Europe’s 2002 Congress in Gothenburg

28 June 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Automotive News Europe’s 2002 Congress in Gothenburg just-auto.com editorial team Representatives from Europe’s automotive industry gathered in Gothenburg, Sweden, this week for the sixth annual Au... read more


Where next for industrial consolidation?

20 June 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Where next for industrial consolidation? just-auto.com editorial team Global automobile production remains inexplicably high, but profit has not followed suit. Many observers believe that the auto ... read more


Opinion: China and the WTO - three myths

30 May 2002 | Michael J. Dunne

Opinion: China and the WTO - three myths Michael J. Dunne China's entry into the WTO - like any monumental event - has triggered a rush of hearsay and speculation that at times seems to carry as muc... read more


Diesel mania to boost VW, Peugeot in Europe

24 May 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Diesel mania to boost VW, Peugeot in Europe just-auto.com editorial team The diesel share of the western European new car market stands at around 40% and in some markets is even higher - France... read more


PSA Peugeot-Citroën: a company on a roll

21 May 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

PSA Peugeot-Citroën: a company on a roll just-auto.com editorial team When the auto industry moved decisively in the direction of ‘bigger is better#; with the consolidations of the late 1990s,... read more


GM makes quantum leap into Asia

7 May 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

GM makes quantum leap into Asia just-auto.com editorial team After more than a year and a half of intense negotiations, last week GM finally put pen to paper to decide the fate of bankrupt Daewoo M... read more


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