Geneva Motor Show reports and interviews

GENEVA SHOW INTERVIEW: Allan Rushforth, Hyundai Motor Europe

Hyundai has been on a roll in Europe, benefiting in particular from temporary scrappage schemes in a number of markets.…

US: GM’s Bob Lutz to retire (again)

General Motors Vice Chairman Robert ('Bob') Lutz will retire effective 1 May, 2010, capping a 47-year career in the global…

SWITZERLAND: Fiat may list auto unit separately

Fiat could discuss spinning off its auto activities when it presents a five-year strategic plan next month, CEO Sergio Marchionne…

GENEVA SHOW: Geely deal presents big opportunities for Volvo

Ford is still expected to sign an agreement to sell Volvo to China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group by the end…

GENEVA SHOW: Reilly relishes new era for Opel/Vauxhall

As General Motors continues its journey of corporate transformation, the head of its European Opel/Vauxhall unit says he is relishing…

GENEVA SHOW: Fiat refocuses new Serbia plant

Fiat has ditched plans to build a city car at its new plant in Serbia, preferring to focus on two…

GENEVA INTERVIEWS: UK distributors fret over tax hike

With the government's scrappage incentive due to expire at the end of the month, UK car distributors are predicting new…

GENEVA INTERVIEW: Reilly under no illusions over new GME job

Former GM Asia Pacific and Vauxhall UK chief Nick Reilly is under no illusions over the size of his new…

GENEVA SHOW: Pay-as-you-go-Peugeots coming to UK

Peugeot is to launch its Mu pay as you go mobility service in the UK by the end of the year.…

GENEVA INTERVIEW: New Honda UK chief to “hold ship steady”

After 20 years overseeing carmaking at Honda's UK plant in Swindon, Wiltshire, David Hodgetts is now in charge of marketing,…