The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly e-magazine goes live on Monday, August 3.
This month's edition highlights Europe's first-half sales winners and looks at whether Greece's financial crisis will slow the region's stronger-than-expected rebound.
We also have one-on-one interviews with top executives who are shaping the industry in Europe and Russia:
- Bo Andersson, CEO of AvtoVAZ, Russia's largest automaker, foresees a big sales surge from key Lada debuts
- Fiat brand chief Oliver Francois talks about how the marque will renew its European compact lineup
- BMW Group board member Peter Schwarzenbauer explains his plans for Mini
- Citroen CEO Linda Jackson says the quirky Cactus is changing the brand.
We publish a special report that highlights how Europe's minicar segment is set to emerge from its slump.
On the product side, we look at some exciting debuts at next month's Frankfurt auto show and start a new picture feature that showcases key future models.
In our Connected Car section Ford of Europe's Chief Engineer for Electrical Engineering, Christof Kellerwessel, explains how the automaker will counter Google and Apple’s growing interest in the auto industry.
Robert Bosch leads our annual list of the top 50 suppliers in Europe, with Continental in second place and Magna International at No. 3.
Sales of the VW Polo and Peugeot 208 helped to lift their brands in JUne and the first half, according to our list of European sales by model. Our other vehicle sales pages show that the Turkish market was up 43 percent in June while Russia fell 30 percent.
Enjoy the issue!
Luca Ciferri, Editor