FOUR KEY CAPITALS across developing Asean countries saw marginal growth in car-tyre sales last year, according to market-research firm GfK.
The Automotive Industry Club of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has set an unofficial production target of 2.15 million vehicles for 2015, which is almost the same as last year's target. Most of the finished products will be for export...
THAILAND recently hosted a regional conference of producers and traders in the fields of braking systems, brakes and friction materials that was held for the first time in Asean.
Mazda has announced the official pricing of its redesigned Mazda2 subcompact, the first model to be produced under Phase 2 of the government's eco-car programme.
Apollo Tyres, the first Indian tyre brand to make inroads in Thailand, says it aims to capture 5 per cent of this market within two or three years.
Bosch, one of the world's leading automotive suppliers, has localised production of active safety systems at its manufacturing facility in Rayong.
Sport utility vehicles were more appealing to new-vehicle owners in Thailand than pickup trucks, passenger cars or multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs) in 2014, according to the JD Power Asia Pacific 2014 Thailand Automotive Performance, Execution and...
Thai Yarnyon Group, an automotive company belonging to the Leenutaphong clan, has diversified into the electric motorcycle market with the introduction of Zero motorcycles in Thailand recently.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) Japan has appointed Morikazu Chokki as the new president and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand).
The Nation's Kingsley Wijayasinha takes Honda's subcompact crossover for a spin and comes away impressed with not only its exterior design and interior, but also its comfortable drive, fuel consumption and performance. Check it out