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ANE's December issue goes live Monday

Dec. 2, 2016 06:01 CET

The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine goes live on Monday, Dec. 5. The new edition looks at what Chinese automakers have done to put themselves in position to succeed in Europe after a decade of failures.... Read More »

PSA will open Tunisia factory to build new pickup

Dec. 1, 2016 10:58 CET

PSA will open a factory in Tunisia in 2018 to build a Peugeot-badged pickup. The automaker joins Renault and VW Group in boosting North Africa production to meeting rising demand.... Read More »

Peugeot lobbied to replace Audi in Le Mans series, source says

Dec. 1, 2016 06:01 CET

Peugeot is being asked to re-join the World Endurance Championship to fill the hole left by Audi's departure from the race series, whose showcase event is the annual 24 Hours of Le Mans. Currently, only two automakers -- Porsche and Toyota -- have committed to participating in the WEC next season.... Read More »

Honda to stick with N.A. production plans for now, CEO says

6:52 am U.S. ET | Nov. 21, 2016

Honda will stick with its North American production plans as it waits to see if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will follow through on a campaign pledge to dump the North American Free Trade Agreement when he takes office, the automaker's CEO said today.... Read More »

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE MONTHLY MAGAZINE

PSA execs say net pricing gaps with VW, Ford, others closing faster than expected

Nov. 16, 2016 06:01 CET

PSA executives say that the net pricing gaps between Peugeot, Citroen and DS Automobiles and their benchmarked rivals VW, Ford and Audi, are closing faster than planned.... Read More »

French car sales fall 4% in October as Renault, PSA demand drops

Nov. 1, 2016 12:29 CET

French new-car registrations fell 4 percent in October after sales fell at domestic automakers Renault and PSA.... Read More »

C'EST MAGNIFIQUE

Reliving the golden era of French luxury

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 29, 2016

Three-quarters of a century ago, French carmakers could go toe-to-toe with the world's best when it came to boundary-pushing style and grace.... Read More »

PSA's Q3 revenue falls 5% as Europe wobble follows China weakness

Oct. 26, 2016 11:40 CET

PSA Group reported a 5 percent drop in third-quarter revenue, hurt by plunging sales in China and a weaker performance in Europe, where deliveries fell 4.3 percent.... Read More »

KING CARLOS II

Carlos Tavares' next frontier

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 24, 2016

Former Nissan North America chief Carlos Tavares has turned French automaker PSA around and is pushing it into global markets -- including the U.S.... Read More »

Q&A: CARLOS TAVARES, CEO, PSA

PSA presented Tavares with the biggest challenge

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 24, 2016

Tavares' candor got him fired at Renault, but it also got him what he wanted: the chance to be CEO of a major global automaker.... Read More »

PSA aims to double used-car sales to 800,000

Oct. 17, 2016 11:55 CET

PSA is creating a used-car business unit and buying a stake in a French online retailer as it seeks to double its second-hand car sales to 800,000 within five years.... Read More »

PSA plans 2,000 job cuts amid Brexit, diesel decline fears

Oct. 17, 2016 11:23 CET

PSA plans to cut more than 2,000 jobs in France next year, which would be about 3 percent of its total workforce, amid uncertainty over the effects of Brexit and falling diesel sales, a French radio station said.... Read More »

They're coming to America -- someday

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 17, 2016

Think the U.S. market is competitive now? With sales at historic highs, a number of overseas makers are seeking to set up shop in a landscape known to be hostile to newcomers.... Read More »

PSA sees new Peugeot 3008 as a match for VW Tiguan and BMW X1

Oct. 12, 2016 06:01 CET

Peugeot's new 3008 has a level of sophistication not seen on any previous model from the French brand, PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares said. The compact SUV is better than the new VW Tiguan and the BMW X1, PSA says.... Read More »

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE MONTHLY MAGAZINE

New C3 shows Citroen's 'laid back' styling, design chief Malval says

Oct. 7, 2016 06:01 CET

Citroen design chief Alexandre Malval says the brand plans to offer cars with “laid back” designs inspired by iconic models such as the 2CV and Mehari. He explained why in an interview with Automotive News Europe.... Read More »

PSA will dip toes in N.A. with mobility

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 1, 2016

PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares told reporters during the Paris auto show that PSA will first offer mobility services as part of a “step-by-step” plan to return to North America over the course of 10 years.... Read More »

PSA targets 150,000 vehicle sales in Iran in second half

Sept. 29, 2016 14:50 CET

PSA Group said it plans to sell more than 150,000 Peugeot vehicles in Iran in the second half of this year as the carmaker seeks to reclaim the leading position it once enjoyed in the country.... Read More »

BRUCE GAIN

BLOG: PSA's new mobility brand will rely on nimble partners rather than big investments

4:16 am U.S. ET | Sept. 29, 2016

PSA is creating a brand called Free2Move to group together its new transport offerings in areas such as car-sharing and peer-to-peer car rentals. The new mobility services division will rely on inexpensive partnerships and investments in startups for the services it will bring to market, CEO Carlos Tavares says.... Read More »

Peugeot family to diversify further, invest outside France

Sept. 28, 2016 16:43 CET

France's Peugeot family, which owns a 14 percent stake in automaker PSA Group, will further diversify its investments and expand outside of France to strengthen its holding company and offset the weight of its shareholding in the car manufacturer.... Read More »

PSA, Renault, Suzuki eye stake in Malaysia's Proton

Sept. 23, 2016 10:57 CET

PSA, Renault and Suzuki have signaled interest in a deal with ailing Malaysian automaker Proton, Reuters reported. The brand's owner is seeking to sell a stake in a company that once commanded a 74 percent market share in the country.... Read More »

PSA signs 3-D printing deal aimed at cutting production costs

Sept. 15, 2016 12:10 CET

PSA Group has agreed a partnership with a 3-D printing startup to develop metal printing processes for the automaker's production lines. The deal could yield lighter, more profitable vehicles, PSA CEO Carlos Tavares said.... Read More »

ANE 25 LEADING WOMEN

Automotive News Europe salutes Linda Jackson

Sept. 15, 2016 06:01 CET

Automotive News Europe salutes the 25 Leading Women in the European Automotive Industry. Every day through Sept. 29 one of the 25 winners will be featured. Today's winner is Linda Jackson of PSA Group.... Read More »

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

Peugeot expects to benefit from making new 3008 'a real SUV'

Sept. 12, 2016 06:01 CET

Peugeot is counting on the new 3008 and face-lifts of other models to boost sales in the midterm despite headwinds such as slowing sales in China, stiff competition in Europe and declining demand for diesels. Maxime Picat, PSA's brand new Europe chief, outlined the automaker's plans for its biggest brand in an interview with Automotive News Europe.... Read More »

PSA plans U.S. car-sharing operation with Bollore, Tavares says

Sept. 12, 2016 23:09 CET

PSA plans to launch car-sharing services in Los Angeles in partnership with Bollore Group, as the maker of Peugeot, Citroen and DS cars diversifies into mobility services.... Read More »

2016 PARIS AUTO SHOW

Peugeot gives 5008 an SUV makeover

Sept. 8, 2016 09:24 CET

Peugeot has given its new 5008 an SUV design, moving away from the minivan styling of the current model to meet rising demand for high-riding vehicles.... Read More »

 
Nissan exec remembers when EVs were 'doomed to fail'


8:21 am U.S. ET | Dec. 1 2016

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Nissan Europe Chairman Paul Willcox smiles when he thinks about the verbal beatings the automaker took after making its multi-billion-euro commitment to electric vehicles. ...
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BMW said to plan performance version of its i3 electric car

Graham Kozak
12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 30 2016

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BMW plans a performance variant of the i3 to be called the i3S, according to a UK media report that ...
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Stadler was right to pick outsider for top Audi r&d post

Christiaan Hetzner
12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 25 2016

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Audi CEO Rupert Stadler did the right thing when he picked a non-VW Group executive to fill his key ...
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Why VW's job cuts were always going to happen

Christiaan Hetzner
12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 23 2016

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VW Group's decision to save 3.7 billion euros in costs at its core brand by cutting 30,000 jobs has ...
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Mopar's Gorlier has the makings of FCA's next CEO

Larry P. Vellequette
12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 18 2016

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Pietro Gorlier has run an innovative business unit at Fiat Chrysler that has expanded and made lots of money and touches every facet of the company around the world. ...
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How Li Shufu will weave an empire around Volvo, Geely

Yang Jian
5:04 am U.S. ET | Nov. 15 2016

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Shortly after Geely founder Li Shufu acquired Volvo in 2010, he pledged to maintain the Swedish marq ...
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Germany's auto industry says climate change targets too ambitious after Trump's election

Christiaan Hetzner
12:11 pm U.S. ET | Nov. 11 2016

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Germany's auto industry lobby say now is the wrong time to accelerate action against climate change ...
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Renault's Zoe eclipses GM's EV claims for now

Nick Gibbs
12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 10 2016

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General Motors is touting the long-range and affordability of its Chevrolet Bolt electric car and it ...
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Toyota, VW and Bosch lead Google in self-driving technology patents

Douglas A. Bolduc
12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 3 2016

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Based on the headlines you might think that Google single-handedly created the self-driving car, but when it comes to patents it is no match for Toyota, VW and Bosch when it.. ...
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Unlike Audi, Daimler focuses on Germany for EVs


7:28 am U.S. ET | Oct. 27 2016

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Daimler's decision to build the EQ electric car and the car's battery in Germany underlines the impo ...
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Mercedes all but locks down U.S. luxury sales win
Mercedes sold the most luxury autos in the U.S. again in November, virtually guaranteeing that the b ...
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VW brand's losing streak in U.S. ends with 24% gain
Volkswagen of America posted a 24 percent gain in November sales for its core brand, breaking a year ...
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German sales gain nearly 2% as market heads for six-year high
German new-car sales rose by nearly 2 percent in November. Full-year sales are headed for their stro ...
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Rental company demand boosts Spain sales
Spanish new-car sales rose 14 percent in November pushed by strong demand from businesses and car re ...
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Italian sales jump 8% on business demand
Italian new-car sales rose 8.2 percent in November as business buyers rushed to benefit from tax bre ...
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Renault, Toyota, Fiat gain as French sales rise 9%
French new-car sales rose by nearly 9 percent in November with Renault, Toyota, Audi and Fiat among ...
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VW Group sales gain 5% in Oct. as China offsets flat Europe
VW Group sales increased by 5 percent in October, helped by 17 percent growth in China that offset a ...
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VW brand Oct. sales rise 4% but further growth depends on China
VW brand's global sales rose 4 percent in October in the third straight monthly gain, largely driven ...
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Russia sales fall 'modest' 3% in Oct. as incentives stabilize market
The rate of decline in Russian new-car sales slowed to 3 percent in October, helped by government in ...
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W. Europe car sales fall 1% in October on weaker Germany, France
Western European car sales fell 1 percent in October as gains in the UK, Italy and Spain failed to o ...
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Volvo picks McDonald's exec as first chief digital officer
Volvo has named Atif Rafiq its first chief digital officer, luring the longtime Silicon Valley execu ...
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Daimler promotes Wagener to new role of chief design officer
Daimler has promoted its head of design, Gorden Wagener to the newly created role of chief design of ...
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Renault-Nissan names new purchasing chief
Renault-Nissan has promoted Veronique Sarlat-Depotte as its new head of the alliance's joint purchasing operations. ...
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BMW names new U.S., German plant bosses
BMW has named new bosses for its U.S. factory and two key plants in Germany, ...
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Audi of America names its first American CFO
Audi of America has named its first American finance chief. The brand tapped Matt Carpenter, 36, as ...
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BMW appoints new finance chief
BMW appointed Nicolas Peter as chief financial officer to succeed veteran Friedrich Eichiner who wil ...
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Ford's European quality boss Herrmann to head German operations
Ford of Europe quality chief Gunnar Herrmann will be the next head of the automaker's German operati ...
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Infiniti names Picello new Europe boss
Infiniti named veteran sales and marketing executive Raoul Picello its new head of Europe, Middle Ea ...
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Volvo names new electrics, electronics boss
Volvo has appointed Oedgaerd Andersson as its head of electrics, electronics and chassis as the auto ...
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Aston Martin loses top exec to Dyson
Aston Martin's former product development director has moved to Dyson, adding substance to reports that the consumer electronics maker is developing an electric car. ...
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Renault keeps the Scenic family friendly
Renault has kept the Scenic’s minivan design in a move that goes against the industry trend of ...
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Kia Niro targets 2 sweet spots
The Kia Niro targets two sweet spots in the market: booming demand for high-riding SUV-styled models ...
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S90, V90 are key to Volvo's continued revival
Volvo expects the S90 and V90 will be big steps in the automaker's revival but a challenge looms. ...
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Audi Q2 targets affluent downsizers
The Audi Q2 is the first subcompact SUV/crossover from a German luxury brand. ...
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Hyundai sees Ioniq as brand hero
Hyundai sees its new Ioniq as its green flagship and a key image booster in Europe even if sales wil ...
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Seat expects Ateca to strengthen its profitability
Seat, which recently returned to profitability after years of losses, expects to further strengthen ...
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Ford makes Edge its European flagship
Ford says it will target premium rivals including the Volvo XC60 and Audi Q5 with its new European f ...
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Cadillac XT5 price undercuts rivals in Europe
Cadillac aims to increase its SUV market share in Europe by pricing its new XT5 below German premium ...
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Honda hopes NSX halo effect will give automaker a boost in Europe
Honda hopes for a halo effect boost in Europe from its NSX supercar. The NSX is a "branding exercise ...
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Alfa touts Giulia's driving dynamics
Alfa Romeo claims its new Giulia has better driving dynamics than rivals such as the BMW 3 series be ...
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Suppliers to the new Fiat Tipo
Assembly of the new Fiat Tipo began in September 2015 at parent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' joint ven ...
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Suppliers to the new Ferrari 488
Assembly of the Ferrari 488 began in June 2015 at the supercar maker's factory in Maranello, Italy. ...
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Suppliers to the new VW Tiguan
VW started production of the new Tiguan in January at its factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. Output is e ...
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Suppliers to the new Bentley Bentayga
Bentley Bentayga production began in November 2015 at the brand's factory in Crewe, England. ...
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Suppliers to the new Renault Talisman
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