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He describes his 26 years with BMW as ‘a fabulous time’ but Steve Nash is delighted at becoming chief executive of the IMI and to champion a complex, multifaceted and evolving motor industry.
With so many approaches to learning, our need for instant information and personal and targeted development, it is difficult to determine where we should focus our learning budgets, says Kathryn Searle of RTS Consultants UK.
In the discussion of alternative motor transport fuel, centre stage is firmly occupied by EVs and hybrids. But what of LPG? Richard Yarrow asks whether OEMs are missing a trick.
Commercial vehicle registrations fell by an average of 5.9% during 2012, writes John Kendall.
It might not get pulses racing as quickly as victory on the track but Caterham Group's best overall stand accolade at this year's Autosport International show represented just the sort of impact the expanding enterprise is looking for, as Gareth Price discovers.
From SLAs to AMCs, the bodyshop trade has seen vast changes in the last two decades. Former editor of VBRA magazine Body Heather Grant offers her take on an industry desperate to loosen the chokehold of the insurance giants.
Since the invention of the four-stroke internal combustion engine in the mid 1800s by Nikolaus Otto and the later development of the compression ignition derivative by Rudolf Diesel, there has been a lively debate as to which one is the better engine. In truth they both have advantages and disadvantages.
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