Here’s the German middle market take on design rationalism.
The main intention with this seems to have been to spell out its aerodynamic credentials. Hence the flush glazing, door handles and partly covered rear wheel arch. Commentators here note that it was not different enough from cheaper Opels such as the Astra. This is partly an effect of the shallow pressing and lack of relief but if you Continue reading “Design Rationalism: 1986 Opel Omega”
Phase Four: 1986-1994 – The Legend Stumbles. As Jaguar’s woes multiply, Ford senses its moment and strikes.
Jaguar’s rehabilitation was dubbed the Egan Miracle by a UK press charmed by a compelling narrative and the Lancastrian’s charisma. But by 1989, Sir John’s halo had slipped and the knives were out. The clamour swiftly reached a pitch where few believed he could hold out, and with Jaguar’s financial prospects in retreat, journalists speculated over who would Continue reading “History Repeating – XJ40 Part 17”
“Renault group revenue increased 13.7% in the first quarter,” they announced here. They are very diligent about sending me this kind of news.
Offsetting the deteriorating market conditions in Russia and Brazil, Renault group registrations increased 0.8% during the first quarter of 2015, reaching 641,588 vehicles in a worldwide automotive market up 1.7%. Furthermore, during the first quarter of 2015, Renault group registered 641,588 units (+0.8%), posting a stable worldwide market share at 3.0%.