Ford is to take its premium Lincoln brand to China with an eye on buyers who currently choose Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
In a bid to tackle declining volumes in recent years and boost plant viability and margins, Tata is reworking production at its six plants.
PSA’s Carlos Tavares wasted little time getting his feet under the CEO’s table before announcing he was getting the pruning knife out to hack away at the fiendishly complicated global Citroen and Peugeot product lines, all in pursuit of a 2% operating margin by 2018 with a longer-term target of 5%.
National Electric Vehicle Sweden (Nevs) says it now employs more than 700 people at its Trollhättan plant in Western Sweden as 9-3 production starts to ramp up.
Mahindra & Mahindra seventh automotive plant in Tamil Nadu will start operations by 2015-16 with a completely new model range, a local media report said.
The European new car market recorded a third successive quarter of growth thanks to a 9.3% year on year increase in March.
Faurecia is supplying parts for the 2015 Mexican built NAFTA Volkswagen Golf being launched this spring.
SAIC Motor’s MG division has revealed a UK designed and developed electric vehicle as part of the brand’s 90th anniversary celebrations.
Land Rover has confirmed the first nameplate in its redesigned Discovery family – previewed in concept form at the New York motor show this week will be the Discovery Sport “premium compact SUV”.
Brazil’s current weak auto sales, likely to spill over from 2014 into 2015, seems to be far from the best background for the huge investment just made by Nissan in Resende, 100 miles northwest of Rio de Janeiro City.
Renewed talks between Toyota Kirloskar Motor management and its employees union to end the deadlock over labour issues at two plants near Bangalore have failed.
One of India’s major organised labour groupings is hailing recent union elections for Maruti-Suzuki workers as a “huge step forward” following significant industrial unrest at the Manesar plant near Delhi.