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Kwik-Fit: why the Ford venture fell flat

17 June 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Kwik-Fit: why the Ford venture fell flat Institute of the Motor Industry At the heart of the Kwik-Fit issue is whether an automotive group is a vehicle maker, or a diversified service provider. Answ... read more


Is the D segment volume car doomed?

28 May 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Is the D segment volume car doomed? Institute of the Motor Industry Premium penetration Since 1999 the growth of market share in Britain within the D segment by BMW, Audi and Me... 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


Bentley’s GT Coupé ‘design challenge’

23 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Bentley’s GT Coupé ‘design challenge’ just-auto.com editorial team One of the great challenges facing Volkswagen is how it develops the Bentley brand when its long association with Rolls Royce ends... read more


JD Power-LMC Global Automotive Outlook Conference

22 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

JD Power-LMC Global Automotive Outlook Conference just-auto.com editorial team The latest JD Power-LMC ‘Global Automotive Outlook Conference’ took place in London last week. The overall assessment o... read more


A car factory comes to town

11 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

A car factory comes to town just-auto.com editorial team At the entrance to an enormous marquee a band played and immaculately uniformed young girls marched. A primary school class presented bright... read more


Highlights from the Big Apple - NYIAS 2002

8 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Highlights from the Big Apple - NYIAS 2002 just-auto.com editorial team Back in the 1950s it was certainly the premier show in the US, often creating major news in the media capital of the US. And ... read more


The Phaeton: stretching VW's brand too far?

10 January 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

The Phaeton: stretching VW's brand too far? just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen's big new luxury sedan (also known as project D1) will be called the Phaeton and will debut at the Geneva Show thi... read more


Interview with GM's Bob Lutz

26 November 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Interview with GM's Bob Lutz just-auto.com editorial team At 69 Bob Lutz is back where he began - at GM. In terms of car industry careers, the charismatic, cigar chomping, jet fighter flying Lutz ha... read more


The global market for automotive heating, ventilation and air conditioning

15 November 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

The global market for automotive heating, ventilation and air conditioning just-auto.com editorial team Air conditioning is becoming another ‘must have’ comfort feature in all cars.  Accordi... read more


DRI-WEFA's latest auto industry forecasts

14 November 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

DRI-WEFA's latest auto industry forecasts just-auto.com editorial team The automotive industry is currently facing a period of extraordinary uncertainty on the back of economic recession worries th... read more


Nasser's fall hardly a complete surprise

2 November 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Nasser's fall hardly a complete surprise just-auto.com editorial team Jac Nasser was always riding for a fall, Angus MacKenzie writes. "We’re going to shake up this company," the blunt-speaking, hard... read more


Confidence shows in Tokyo

26 October 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Confidence shows in Tokyo just-auto.com editorial team Desp ite the gloom and uncertainty over the global economy, this year's Tokyo Show suggests Japan's shell-shocked carmakers are regaining confid... read more


The global market for sportscars

2 October 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

The global market for sportscars just-auto.com editorial team  The market for sports cars is currently worth approximately 1.6 million units worldwide per year. It has been at around this level ... read more


A personal view of the Frankfurt Motor Show

19 September 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

A personal view of the Frankfurt Motor Show just-auto.com editorial team There's a whole generation out there who can still remember where they were on the day President John F Kennedy was shot in Da... read more


'The Moscow Motor Show? It's another world.' Not quite anymore

11 September 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

'The Moscow Motor Show? It's another world.' Not quite anymore just-auto.com editorial team The annual Moscow Motor Show takes place every year at the end of August. It is an event that brings a revi... read more


Interview: Dr Helmut Panke

3 September 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Interview: Dr Helmut Panke just-auto.com editorial team BMW is back in top gear. Global sales are up nine per cent - with market increases ranging from one per cent in Germany to 21 per cent in the U... read more


X-by-Wire technologies to digitalise cars

31 August 2001 | Frost & Sullivan

X-by-Wire technologies to digitalise cars Frost & Sullivan Imagine this: You are driving up the Alps climbing at 50 mph using your joystick to steer the car on the sharp corner, you push the sports b... read more


Unstoppable Toyota

10 August 2001 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Unstoppable Toyota Institute of the Motor Industry By Bert Wyatt If constant public exposure were an ingredient of success, then America's Big Three automobile manufacturers would have nothin... read more


A long march

20 July 2001 | ©The Economist

A long march ©The Economist © The Economist Jul 12th 2001 For years "mass customisation" has been the holy grail of manufacturing, building to meet customers' individual ord... read more


FACE TO FACE: with Arturo Elias, President, General Motors de Mexico

16 July 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

FACE TO FACE: with Arturo Elias, President, General Motors de Mexico just-auto.com editorial team Interviewed by Marc N. Scheinman of just-auto.com Mexico has become a growth pole for automobile ... read more


Mini happy returns

13 July 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Mini happy returns just-auto.com editorial team A rave reception on the streets of Cardiff suggests the new Mini pushes all the right buttons, writes just-auto.com deputy editor Graeme Roberts. "T... read more


Collaborate or perish - the automotive industry's key challenge?

29 June 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Collaborate or perish - the automotive industry's key challenge? just-auto.com editorial team by Colin Whitbread The terms "e-business" and "e-commerce" have now found a lasting place in the... read more


Proceedings at Automotive News Europe's Congress, Prague

26 June 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Proceedings at Automotive News Europe's Congress, Prague just-auto.com editorial team In Prague, the European auto industry is gathered at Automotive News Europe's 5th Annual Congress event. The spe... read more


Auto sales in Eastern Europe: VW surges, market plummets

18 June 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Auto sales in Eastern Europe: VW surges, market plummets just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen AG has built its auto-sales lead in Eastern Europe into the strongest position of any manufacturer in ... read more


Anatomy of a decline: The German car market in 2000 and 2001

11 June 2001 | J.D.Power-LMC

Anatomy of a decline: The German car market in 2000 and 2001 J.D.Power-LMC In 2000, the German economy posted its most rapid growth rate since unification. In the same year, sales of cars fell by... read more


An overview of the South African automotive industry

31 May 2001 | U.S. Department of Commerce

An overview of the South African automotive industry U.S. Department of Commerce South Africa's auto industry faces challenging times. Recently, there have been some encouraging signs that vehicle m... read more


Could VW be a takeover target?

29 May 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Could VW be a takeover target? just-auto.com editorial team Dr Ferdinand Piëch's reign at Volkswagen has been - all things considered - rather a mixed bag. The much-lauded policy of platform... read more


The buzz is back at Bentley

22 May 2001 | Institute of the Motor Industry

The buzz is back at Bentley Institute of the Motor Industry It's all change at Crewe - and I'm not referring to the railway station. Rather, it's at Bentley Motors in Crewe, where the buzz - both in... read more


'Sporting diesels' is no oxymoron! - a view of the changing position of diesels in Europe

21 May 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

'Sporting diesels' is no oxymoron! - a view of the changing position of diesels in Europe just-auto.com editorial team Yes, we have all read about diesel cars being better these days, but its not ju... read more


Driving Jaguar's snowmobile

4 May 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Driving Jaguar's snowmobile just-auto.com editorial team Day Two of the press launch programme and the faces on the Jaguar people were glum. It may well have been the dying days of April and ... read more


EU-Mexico agreement boons luxury sales

3 May 2001 | Frost & Sullivan

EU-Mexico agreement boons luxury sales Frost & Sullivan The year 2000 brought sweeping changes to Mexico. On December 1, 2000 Mexican President Vicente Fox Quesada was sworn in as the first d... read more


Eastern Europe's automotive industry: an update

1 May 2001 | Standard & Poor's

Eastern Europe's automotive industry: an update Standard & Poor's The economies of Central and Eastern Europe had a generally good year in 2000. Growth was reported across the board. In Central Europ... read more


The growth of diesel in Europe - the factors driving a megatrend

23 April 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

The growth of diesel in Europe - the factors driving a megatrend just-auto.com editorial team Diesel cars, long regarded in the UK and certain other Northern EU states as noisy, dirty and slow ar... read more


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