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The global auto industry in 2016: half-year report

The global auto industry in 2016: half-year report

‘The global auto industry in 2016: half-year report’ examines the performance of the major light vehicle and commercial vehicle OEMs over the first six months of the year, and provides an outlook for the full calendar year. This report is exclusive to Automotive World subscribers.

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Special report: Truck powertrain innovation

Special report: Truck powertrain innovation

Challenging emissions and fuel economy targets are being set worldwide. In this exclusive Automotive World report, leading truck OEMs and suppliers provide insight into how they plan to meet these future targets.

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Special report: Brexit and the auto industry

Special report: Brexit and the auto industry

The UK has voted to leave the European Union (EU). This exclusive Automotive World special report presents initial reaction to - and analysis of - so-called 'Brexit', and its impact on OEMs and suppliers in the UK and Europe.

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Special report: Car powertrain innovation

Special report: Car powertrain innovation

Despite advances in alternative powertrain technology, the internal combustion engine (ICE) looks set to remain dominant for many vehicle generations to come. In this Automotive World Special Report, experts from across the automotive industry discuss developments in light vehicle powertrain technology, the relationship between combustion and electrification, and the future of the ICE.

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PSA model plans and production outlook to 2020

PSA model plans and production outlook to 2020

Having completed its turnaround ahead of schedule, the newly renamed PSA Group's current business plan, ‘Push to Pass’, includes targets of a 6% operating margin by 2021 and 25% revenue growth from 2015. In support of these targets, the company plans to launch 34 new models from 2016 to 2021 and to launch one new car, per region, per brand and per year. This Automotive World report examines the details of this plan, its impact on the Peugeot, Citroen and DS brands, and how, combined with with recovering demand in the company's traditional core markets and growth in China, the OEM could see output increase by 28% by the end of the forecast period.

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Engine Plant Database – 2016 Edition

Engine Plant Database - 2016 Edition

Automotive World’s “Engine Plant Database – 2016 Edition” contains production data for light and heavy vehicle engines in 2015. Delivered in an Excel file, the data focuses on engines for on-highway applications, excluding agriculture, construction, marine, gen-sets, etc. The plant locations refer to the commonly-used descriptions, but may be described differently in other sources.

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Special report: Autonomous cars

Special reports: Autonomous cars

Much of the technology for self-driving or autonomous cars already exists. However, bringing the cars to market involves not only honing that technology, but perhaps more importantly, shaping the regulatory and societal frameworks in which the cars will operate. From OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers to the insurance, security, sensor technology and software sectors, this exclusive Automotive World report presents the views of leading industry stakeholders at the forefront of the race to launch autonomous cars.

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Hyundai Motor Group model plans and production outlook to 2020

Hyundai Motor Group model plans and production outlook to 2020

2015 represented the 17th successive year of rising sales for Hyundai-Kia and the second year in which sales exceeded 8 million units. This Automotive World report examines the performance of and outlook for the two core brands, the positioning of the new Genesis luxury brand and the role of Hyundai’s new N-Division.

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