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February 2010 Management Briefing: Biofuels in Europe (Part 2)

24 February 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

February 2010 Management Briefing: Biofuels in Europe (Part 2) just-auto.com editorial team In the second part of our February Management Briefing, we look at current and future OEM activity with re... read more


COMMENT: Feds rule out just one factor in Toyota probe

9 February 2011 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Feds rule out just one factor in Toyota probe Graeme Roberts To quote Edmunds.com Jeremy Anwyl in a YouTube video made just after the Department of Transportation announcment exonerating ... read more


ANALYSIS: Mulally's NPD the toast of Ford's full year success

28 January 2011 | Graeme Roberts

ANALYSIS: Mulally's NPD the toast of Ford's full year success Graeme Roberts Ford booked 2010 pretax operating profit of $US8.3bn, up exactly that amount year on year, on revenue up $17bn to $120.9bn... read more


ANALYSIS: Germany's car market turns a corner

6 January 2011 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: Germany's car market turns a corner Dave Leggett As the German car market turns positive after 2010's post-scrappage slump, Dave Leggett rakes over some of the 2010 data and considers pro... read more


BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (first half)

20 December 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (first half) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2010 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fair old sprinkling of ... read more


ANALYSIS: Volkswagen redefines the London taxi

17 December 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Volkswagen redefines the London taxi Mark Bursa Volkswagen wants to change the taxi – and radically – as part of its broad strategy to overtake Toyota and become the world&rsquo... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Small and electric cars rule

5 November 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Small and electric cars rule Graeme Roberts Small and electric cars - and quarterly results - made up much of the news this week just past. We began with another drive in the Nis... read more


BRIEFING FEATURE: Russia's turnaround

12 October 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING FEATURE: Russia's turnaround Dave Leggett Russia's automotive market and industry has been very hard hit by the country's severe economic recession of 2009. However, a moderate economic rec... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Paris shows automakers not beaten down

1 October 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Paris shows automakers not beaten down Graeme Roberts Let's see now, anything interesting happen in the last week? Hmmm.. Oh, yes, Paris. What a show! Sales in some markets may sti... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China?

10 September 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China? Graeme Roberts Interesting news this week that Nissan's local partner in China is developing a new range of cars under a unique local new ... read more


AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 3)

31 August 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 3) just-auto.com editorial team In the last of a three-part series for just-auto, Glenn Brooks looks into the future of plug-in vehic... read more


COMMENT: The stakes are high with Alfa Romeo

31 August 2010 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: The stakes are high with Alfa Romeo Dave Leggett The key to really making money in the car business is to have a brand premium. Of course, you need to get the basic commercial economics of c... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Green trains take the lead

27 August 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Green trains take the lead Graeme Roberts [Deep sigh]. Here we are, slaving away to keep track of all things automotive worldwide, and what did you lot read about the most in the l... read more


ANALYSIS: BMW's improving outlook

27 August 2010 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: BMW's improving outlook Dave Leggett BMW is on something of a roll this year. A new 5 Series helps, but the company is also benefiting from effective management that has accelerated new mo... read more


AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 1)

6 August 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 1) just-auto.com editorial team After ten years at the top, Toyota is suddenly finding its lead in hybrid car technology under attack.... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Toyota leads in full hybrids, but others are following

27 July 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Toyota leads in full hybrids, but others are following just-auto.com editorial team In the full hybrid arena, Toyota continues its utter dominance. Since 1997, it has made more th... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Toyota v US government again

16 July 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Toyota v US government again Graeme Roberts You'll recall the recent slanging matches between, in no particular order, Toyota, the US Department of Transport and NHTSA, sundry offi... read more


COMMENT: BMW opts to go-it-alone

21 June 2010 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: BMW opts to go-it-alone Dave Leggett Cross-shareholdings and corporate alliances may be all the rage in the auto industry, but BMW is preferring to chart an independent course. BMW's mana... read more


COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go

17 June 2010 | Fernando Calmon

COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go Fernando Calmon The arrival of Chinese brands in Brazil has been rather slow, although watched with interest due to the size and industrial s... read more


ANALYSIS: Ford unravelled [includes audio]

17 June 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Ford unravelled [includes audio] Mark Bursa Mercury axed, Mazda and Volvo gone. Alan Mulally’s One Ford is almost a reality. But some links may be harder to untangle, writes Mark Bur... read more


COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve

3 June 2010 | Bill Cawthon

COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve Bill Cawthon Last week, a rumour surfaced: Ford was working on a plan kill off Mercury, the automotive legacy of Edsel Ford, Henry’s only child. Mercury wou... read more


COMMENT: Foreign JLR assembly not a UK threat

1 June 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Foreign JLR assembly not a UK threat Graeme Roberts Today's news that Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover is to start producing vehicles in China within two years should not worry the UK workfo... read more


ANALYSIS: Has Giugiaro got the timing right?

26 May 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Has Giugiaro got the timing right? Mark Bursa Selling ItalDesign to Volkswagen will mean a very different future for Giorgetto Giugiaro’s company. But maybe the time is right for a c... read more


FIRST LOOK: The revised Mazda 6

12 May 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

FIRST LOOK: The revised Mazda 6 just-auto.com editorial team Mazda is about to introduce the updated Mazda 6 which is hardly a banner-headline news event. But it is a subject of considerable interest... read more


BURSA'S WORLD: Range Extenders – the wilderness years

30 April 2010 | Mark Bursa

BURSA'S WORLD: Range Extenders – the wilderness years Mark Bursa Lively discussions of late on the relative merits of battery-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, range-extenders, and so on. And while... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: A saviour for Saab

19 March 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: A saviour for Saab Graeme Roberts It's been something of an out-and-about time for the just-auto editorial team of late. Places, to go, people (and cars) to see, you know how it go... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Toyota recall issues rumble on

12 March 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Toyota recall issues rumble on Graeme Roberts Another week has flashed by and still the Toyota recall issue rumbles on. One highlight was watching live - from eight timezones ea... read more


ANALYSIS: Growing pains and 'Throttlegate'

4 February 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Growing pains and 'Throttlegate' Mark Bursa Are Toyota’s problems with sticking throttles symptomatic of deeper problems within the world’s largest automaker? Mark Bursa repor... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: Peugeot repaints history and a picture of the future

11 January 2010 | Rob Golding

GOLDING’S TAKE: Peugeot repaints history and a picture of the future Rob Golding To Ebbsfleet for the Eurostar and Paris. The flash across the French landscape to Gare de Nord was monochrome. White s... read more


FEATURE: Ten things that shaped the automotive decade that was

23 December 2009 | Dave Leggett

FEATURE: Ten things that shaped the automotive decade that was Dave Leggett As the decade dubbed 'the noughties' bows out, Dave Leggett looks back at the last ten years and considers some of the even... read more


ANALYSIS: Death of the cool?

22 December 2009 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Death of the cool? Mark Bursa Can anyone fix Saab? Would a sale to Spyker – or any other small automaker - create an orphan automaker, doomed to the fate of Rover. Saab is worth more than ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Long-running GM issue resolved

23 October 2009 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Long-running GM issue resolved Graeme Roberts At last, one long-running General Motors issue more or less got sorted today. No, not  that one , this one . As to Magna, well, ... read more


FEATURE: Infiniti centres on media before opening for business

8 October 2009 | headlineauto

FEATURE: Infiniti centres on media before opening for business headlineauto Choosing to launch a new luxury brand in a car showroom might be seen as taking cost-cutting a step too far. But when that... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: VW could be the Victorious World group next year

31 July 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

GOLDING’S TAKE: VW could be the Victorious World group next year just-auto.com editorial team Isn’t it weird?  After a decade of trying, the brand collectors have become thoroughly disheartened... read more


ANALYSIS: SuperSergio to the rescue

29 April 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: SuperSergio to the rescue just-auto.com editorial team He may be fuelled by Marlboro rather than the sun's rays, but Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is seen as the ailing auto industry’s own Su... read more


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