Business as Usual during Coronavirus Outbreak

Dear customers, with the increasing incidents of Coronavirus/Covid-19, all the JATO staff continue to work from home until further notice. During this time it will be `business as usual‘ and JATO will continue to provide our costumers with a high level of sevice and support. Should you need any help or support during this period, please contanct your local account […]

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Chinese E-cars are becoming more popular in Germany

The Covid-19 pandemic still has car manufacturers suffering. Above all, the so-called chip crisis, the sluggish production of semiconductors, is giving the industry a hard time. Electromobility, which only really took off two years ago, is also feeling the effects. At the end of 2020, JATO Dynamics analysed the market for vehicles with battery electric drive (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid […]

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Chinese manufacturers account for almost half of global EV sales

The race to electrification continues to power ahead. While Tesla is perhaps the hottest topic of the moment, interestingly there appears to be very little news about the actions that Chinese brands are taking in the space. Despite the fact that Chinese ICE vehicles may not currently be game changers within the industry, the country certainly plays a key role […]

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Electromobility still needs incentives

New government, new plans and goals. The New Year’s resolution for the automotive market: No fewer than 15 million electric cars should be driving on German roads by 2030. But such a goal was already ambitious in 2010, when the government at the time wanted one million e-cars on the roads by 2020. The outcome is well known. With its […]

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Electromobility is decided by design

Most traditional car manufacturers really missed out on the entry into electromobility. Until they were caught by surprise by absolute newcomers – first and foremost by the start-up Tesla. What else could they do but hastily follow suit? Popular models were quickly equipped with an electric drive and electromobility line up was complete. Tesla also started that way. But many […]

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Luxury class loses significant popularity

When people say luxury sedan in Germany, they probably don’t first think of Bentley or Rolls Royce. Another model comes to mind immediately: the S-Class from Mercedes. Since the early 1970s at the latest, this car has been regarded as the epitome of luxury, reliability, safety and lasting value on four wheels. It used to be called a state car. […]

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WLTP makes vehicle taxation very complex

The introduction of the WLTP test procedure in September 2018 caused quite a stir. Although the date had been set for a long time, new cars could not be delivered to customers for weeks because recalculated consumption and CO2 figures were not yet available for numerous model variants. This is a prerequisite, as in some European countries vehicle taxes are […]

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Passenger car equipment is very heterogeneous worldwide

Different countries show different preferences. When it comes to vehicle equipment, there are significant differences depending on which region of the world we’re looking at. This can also be seen on cars of various brands coming from America, Asia and Europe. American makes are primarily regarded as comfort-oriented and spacious. Asian manufacturers often display a penchant for electronic playfulness. And […]

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