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US: record mileage also seen in January


We recently told you that last year the total amount of driven miles was above 3 trillion, very close to the all-time record of 3.03 trillion miles. And judging by January’s FHA figures, 2015 could bring a never before seen tally. According to federal data, the rapid growth in driven miles by US motorists continued into the first month of the ...
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China: SUVs buoy first two months sales
Driven by increased demand for both sport utility vehicles and minivans the auto sales in China, the world’s largest single auto market, have grown rapidly over the course of the ...
Europe: UK auto production slightly below in January
The rising British auto manufacturing sector has reported a slightly diminished production output last month in comparison to the same month of 2014, according to SMMT, the country’s auto industry ...
Europe: January registrations show positive pace
The overall recovery of the battered European auto market continued last month, with industry figures showing the momentum is mostly positive, with the improved consumer confidence, higher retail incentives and ...
Europe: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles continues the sales rebound in January
FCA – the world’s seventh largest automaker – has announced that January sales on the European continent edged up by 5.8 percent to more than 63,500 vehicles, with deliveries outpacing ...
Volkswagen AG begins year with modest sales growth
Germany’s Volkswagen Group, the second largest automaker in the world and the biggest in Europe, has had a shaky year start, with deliveries at the core VW brand slowing down ...
Europe: Ford sees rising January sales on the continent
The second largest US automaker, Ford Motor, has been looking for years to stop losses in its European core market and last month’s sales might put it on the right ...
Volkswagen’s core brand sees declining January sales
The German automaker, the second largest in the world currently, seems to be bracing itself for a troublesome year, following reports on the January sales at its namesake brand – ...
NAFTA: Mexican auto output and exports surge in January
Mexico saw both automotive production and related exports on the rise last month, with record levels for January – according to the Mexican Auto Industry Association. The industry body said the ...
Europe: Ireland sees broadened recovery of auto sales in January
The Old Continent has been battered and bruised by the 2008-2009 recession and unlike the US, which quickly recovered, the region faced a six-year slump that led to sales seeing ...

latest automotive news
New York car show to feature luxury war
An uncanny luxury battle is shaping up in time for the 2015 New York International Auto Show that starts this ...
Veteran Toyota employee praises manual labor
Surrounded by robots that build cars with millimeter precision, in Toyota's oldest plant, the Japanese carmaker's longest-serving employee can be ...
Europe: PSA increases production in Slovakia, joint venture with Mitsubishi to cease production in Russia again
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Marko won bet by gambling on Ferrari – report
Mar.30 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Dr Helmut Marko left Sepang 400 euros richer -- by betting on a Ferrari. Germany's Sport Bild reports ...
Raikkonen has full support of Arrivabene
Mar.30 (GMM/Inautonews.com) After two races in 2015, Ferrari is happy with its driver lineup. Having struggled alongside Fernando Alonso last ...
Alonso upbeat after happy Ferrari moves on
Mar.30 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Fernando Alonso insists his first race with McLaren-Honda went better than expected. Earlier in Malaysia, the Spaniard told ...
Merhi keeps options open amid Manor uncertainty
Mar.30 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Roberto Merhi is having to keep his options open even after making his grand prix debut on ...
Ferrari says Mercedes still has best car
Mar.30 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Although disappointed, Toto Wolff had to chuckle late on Sunday when asked if Malaysia signalled the "end ...
Vettel to be father again – Ecclestone
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) All is well in the world of Sebastian Vettel. The German broke Mercedes' run of dominance on Sunday, ...
Malaysia announces new F1 race deal
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Malaysia will continue to host a grand prix for at least the next three years. As the chequered ...
No Hamilton contract news for ‘few more days’
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) The Malaysian grand prix weekend started and ended without Lewis Hamilton's new Mercedes contract being announced. The reigning ...
Wolff hopes Malaysia stops equalisation ‘nonsense’
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Toto Wolff on Sunday said he hopes Ferrari's breakthrough win stops the "nonsense" talk about equalisation. After Australia, ...
Dennis denies Alonso relationship breaking down again
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Ron Dennis has played down suggestions McLaren's relationship with Fernando Alonso is once again breaking down. In 2007, ...
Susie Wolff slams ‘all-female F1′ series idea
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Susie Wolff has slammed suggestions an all-female version of formula one should be launched. Alarmed at the current ...
Honda relying more on McLaren now – Boullier
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) McLaren and Honda are working hard to make their new works collaboration gel. Back together in 2015 after ...
Ecclestone regrets letting Manor return
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Manor appears to have lost the backing of Bernie Ecclestone, the most powerful man in formula one. The ...
Rosberg denies ‘blocking’ Hamilton
Mar.29 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Nico Rosberg protested his innocence on Saturday, amid suspicions he 'blocked' teammate Lewis Hamilton in qualifying. It is ...
Boss plays down ‘naughty’ Rosberg-Hamilton move
Mar.28 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Toto Wolff on Saturday played down suggestions the tension between Mercedes' drivers could be set to reignite. During ...