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All couped up

10 December 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

All couped up just-auto.com editorial team The furore over BMW's design strategy had just begun to quieten down following the launch of the 7-Series, Z4 Roadster and 5-Series, then BMW revealed the ... read more


Front end modules gain ground despite OEM doubts

2 December 2003 | SupplierBusiness.com

Front end modules gain ground despite OEM doubts SupplierBusiness.com Front end module use could reach 50% penetration in Europe by 2006/7, but the market is complex with definitions varying from OE... read more


Premier-league purchase

7 November 2003 | Ricardo Quarterly Review

Premier-league purchase Ricardo Quarterly Review The acquisition of the respected PROTOtechnik-IFT Group near Stuttgart propels Ricardo into the premier league in Germany, the world’s second-bigges... read more


Volkswagen changes purchasing strategy

23 October 2003 | SupplierBusiness.com

Volkswagen changes purchasing strategy SupplierBusiness.com Volkswagen’s purchasing priorities have changed over the past few years, driven by its strategy to launch a wider range of models with gr... read more


Fascinations at Frankfurt

18 September 2003 | Matthew Beecham

Fascinations at Frankfurt Matthew Beecham Behind the razzmatazz and brouhaha of Europe’s biggest motor show, auto parts suppliers’ stands also bristled with a fascinating array of new ideas, produc... read more


Iran’s automotive industry - a developing opportunity

16 September 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Iran’s automotive industry - a developing opportunity just-auto.com editorial team Iran hasn’t been getting a very favourable international press lately. Political tensions between reformers and co... read more


New models at Frankfurt fail to dispel industry worries

12 September 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

New models at Frankfurt fail to dispel industry worries just-auto.com editorial team The IAA Frankfurt Motor Show comes round every two years and it is by far the biggest automotive show in Europe. ... read more


Company developments in starter motors and alternators

30 July 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Company developments in starter motors and alternators just-auto.com editorial team The starter motor and alternator as we know them could be on the way out, if the latest news from their suppliers... read more


Series strategist

18 July 2003 | Ricardo Quarterly Review

Series strategist Ricardo Quarterly Review As BMW board member responsible for development and purchasing, Dr Burkhard Göschel is bringing no fewer than six new model programmes to production this ... read more


Automotive News Europe Congress 2003 - A review

26 June 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Automotive News Europe Congress 2003 - A review just-auto.com editorial team Representatives from Europe's automotive industry gathered in Paris this week for the seventh annual Automotive News Euro... read more


Japanese earnings under pressure

30 May 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Japanese earnings under pressure just-auto.com editorial team As the yen and the euro continue to strengthen against the US dollar, and as the incentive war continues to escalate in the US market, ... read more


Wrenching Changes in the Auto Industry

2 May 2003 | Automotive Design and Production

Wrenching Changes in the Auto Industry Automotive Design and Production Industry overcapacity has cut profits, driven consolidation and increased the tension between automakers and suppliers. Incre... 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


Reflections on the Los Angeles Auto Show

4 January 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Reflections on the Los Angeles Auto Show just-auto.com editorial team It’s the first few days of 2003 and two dozen or so 2004 models are making their world or US premiere at the all-important Grea... 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


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


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


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


Developments in clutches

29 August 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Developments in clutches just-auto.com editorial team Of the three main vehicle markets in the developed world, Europe remains unique in that more than 85% of passenger cars (and an even higher pro... 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


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


Bumper earnings season for Japan’s carmakers

29 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Bumper earnings season for Japan’s carmakers just-auto.com editorial team Despite the increasingly depressed economic indicators that have been emerging from Japan in recent months, the country’s au... 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


Kia Motors Corp - a review and profile

5 April 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Kia Motors Corp - a review and profile just-auto.com editorial team The painful restructuring process of South Korea’s automotive industry that came in the wake of the 1997-98 regional economic cris... read more


Impressions of Geneva

15 March 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

Impressions of Geneva just-auto.com editorial team Geneva Motor Show 2002 may have been the year of the smoke and mirrors limousine launch, says just-auto.com deputy editor Graeme Roberts, but th... read more


The automotive sector in Wales: still alive and well

29 November 2001 | Centre for Automotive Industry Research (CAIR)

The automotive sector in Wales: still alive and well Centre for Automotive Industry Research (CAIR) Wales is being vigorously promoted - with some success - by the Welsh Development Agency as a good... 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


Japanese show brave face amidst rising gloom

30 October 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Japanese show brave face amidst rising gloom just-auto.com editorial team Japanese manufacturers are putting on a brave face at the Tokyo Motor Show (Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Tokyo; to November 7) desp... 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


A round-up of supplier innovations shown at Frankfurt

25 September 2001 | Matthew Beecham

A round-up of supplier innovations shown at Frankfurt Matthew Beecham A round-up of supplier innovations shown at Frankfurt Author: just-auto.com editorial team There is a lot more to Frankfurt... 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


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


The bitter lesson of 'big is best'

16 August 2001 | Institute of the Motor Industry

The bitter lesson of 'big is best' Institute of the Motor Industry Just as carmakers are forming into ever bigger groups, so the major components producers have restructured into a super league o... read more


A round-up of emerging technology for tomorrow's cars

6 August 2001 | Matthew Beecham

A round-up of emerging technology for tomorrow's cars Matthew Beecham As pedestrian safety climbs to the top of the European Parliament's agenda, Matthew Beecham relays some hopes and concerns from a... read more


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