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Factoring human limitations and user needs into telematics

15 January 2002 | Telematics Update Magazine

Factoring human limitations and user needs into telematics Telematics Update Magazine Tomorrow’s cars will do more than drive us back and forth. In-car access to wireless email, Internet, satellite ... 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


Showroom development: what it takes to be a cut above

17 December 2001 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Showroom development: what it takes to be a cut above Institute of the Motor Industry "Haircut while you wait for an oil change, Sir? No problem, please take a seat." Even though car manufacturers an... read more


Opinion: predicting China by Michael Dunne

3 December 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Opinion: predicting China by Michael Dunne just-auto.com editorial team Back in 1992, I asked an executive at a European truck maker about his company’s strategy for China. “It’s simple. No one wants... 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


Fiat’s high ambitions for Lancia

27 November 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Fiat’s high ambitions for Lancia just-auto.com editorial team The 1990s – Lancia’s ‘lost decade’ Much of what went wrong with Lancia is evident in some of the products served up in the 1990s. For ... 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


Interview: Mark LaNeve, General Manager, GM's Cadillac Division

1 October 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Interview: Mark LaNeve, General Manager, GM's Cadillac Division just-auto.com editorial team "It took me about 15 seconds to decide," says Mark LaNeve of the offer to become general manager o... read more


Interview with Jonathan Browning, Jaguar MD

12 September 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Interview with Jonathan Browning, Jaguar MD just-auto.com editorial team Jaguar has flourished in recent years as new models have sent volume upwards. More new product is on the way with the F-type s... 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


The General has big plans for Saab

27 July 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

The General has big plans for Saab just-auto.com editorial team It sounds wonderful: the world's biggest carmaker is putting its money and technological muscle behind tiny, under-achieving Saab to tr... 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


Window shopping

21 June 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Window shopping just-auto.com editorial team According to the latest crime figures gathered by British Home Office , 'theft of' and 'theft from' vehicles accounts for roughly 20% of all recorded crim... 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


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


US automakers mostly positive about March and Q1 results

5 April 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

US automakers mostly positive about March and Q1 results just-auto.com editorial team It's the early days of a new month, and that means the usual onslaught of sales figures for the previous month - ... read more


The 'English patient' in recovery: an MG Rover assessment one year on

19 March 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

The 'English patient' in recovery: an MG Rover assessment one year on just-auto.com editorial team It's been quite a year for the management team who took over at Rover Cars after BMW made its undign... read more


Getrag and Ford: working together on transmissions

19 February 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Getrag and Ford: working together on transmissions just-auto.com editorial team To be known as GETRAG FORD Transmissions GmbH, the joint venture between Getrag and Ford that began on 1st February thi... read more


Door Modularity - the future

13 February 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

Door Modularity - the future just-auto.com editorial team The next five years will see major changes in the way OEMs source their doors. The trend is already strongly towards modular - and lightweigh... read more


just-auto.com interview: BMW's managing director for Russia

25 January 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

just-auto.com interview: BMW's managing director for Russia just-auto.com editorial team Bayerische Motoren Werke AG is defying the odds in Russia. Over 95% of new cars sold there have been models... read more


just-auto.com interview: Ford's president for Russia

22 January 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

just-auto.com interview: Ford's president for Russia just-auto.com editorial team Alain Batty, Ford president for Russia Since 1907, Ford Motor Co has played a colour... read more


Unspoiled - and spoiled for choice

23 November 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

Unspoiled - and spoiled for choice just-auto.com editorial team In 15 years of economic reform, one of the world's smallest markets has exchanged a dozen tariff-protected car plants for some of the... read more


EXCLUSIVE: European car makers join forces to develop ultra-light cars

17 November 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

EXCLUSIVE: European car makers join forces to develop ultra-light cars just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen, one of the pioneers of the hybrid car a few years back, is again taking a primary r... read more


Volting ahead on power systems

19 October 2000 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Volting ahead on power systems Institute of the Motor Industry The electrical and electronic content of a typical car now averages more than 15 per cent of total content, and with the... read more


Mondial de L'Automobile: Paris Motor Show Review

10 October 2000 | Car Design News

Mondial de L'Automobile: Paris Motor Show Review Car Design News The Paris Motor Show has seen the surprise debuts of the Audi Steppenwolf and Porsche Carrera GT concepts, as well as concept veh... read more


Best things come in small packages

6 October 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

Best things come in small packages just-auto.com editorial team The Mini - icon of the '60's, immortalised in the film 'The Italian job' ('you're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!') - ... read more


Engines: Where to Next?

25 September 2000 | CSM Worldwide

Engines: Where to Next? CSM Worldwide Are we on the cusp of something great? Or are we on the cusp of something awful? What about the great? Fuel cells, bi-fuelling, selectable CVT & Torotrak... read more


UK Car Market Shows Volume Resilience

21 August 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK Car Market Shows Volume Resilience just-auto.com editorial team The UK car market has continued to show an ostensibly strong volume performance in 2000, although there are growing doubts abou... read more


Developments in Asia: An Overview

21 August 2000 | Standard & Poor's

Developments in Asia: An Overview Standard & Poor's The Asian automobile industry has been through turmoil in recent years. Economic crisis caused vehicle demand to crash in many markets. Now the... read more


The GM Frontera - a business review

11 August 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

The GM Frontera - a business review just-auto.com editorial team This is the first in a series of new features on the just-auto site - car reviews with a difference. In the mass of consumer press... read more


21st Century Gear Changes: The Death of the Clutch Pedal

12 July 2000 | CSM Worldwide

21st Century Gear Changes: The Death of the Clutch Pedal CSM Worldwide Automatic transmissions - traditionally so popular in North American (84 percent of cars are automatic today), have not so far b... read more


Australia - The Lucky Automotive Industry?

27 June 2000 | AutoAnalysis Ltd

Australia - The Lucky Automotive Industry? AutoAnalysis Ltd Despite its distance from the major automotive markets and decision-making centres, Australia still has a significant - and unique ... read more


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