IMI MAGAZINE - december12 january13

Landmark Cars: Jaguar Mk II

Jaguar did not produce a “mk I” Jaguar, it was only when the Jaguar 2.4 litre/3.4-litre was re-engineered and badged “mk II” in October 1959 that the mk I label was retrospectively applied to the earlier model.

Published on 03 Dec 2012


Infiniti hits a purple patch

They are a comparatively rare sight on UK roads, but the Infiniti range is being aimed squarely at the type of customer that looks for some that little bit different.

Published on 03 Dec 2012


Nissan - East by North East

Though it’s a long way from Nissan’s Sunderland operation to its Global Production Engineering Centre, Richard Yarrow reports on why 6000 miles is no obstacle for the attention to detail.

Published on 01 Dec 2012



Also in this issue

HVAC Systems

Tech Talk: This issue we focus on some of the sensors associated with air quality control of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

Wireless charging partnership launches London trial

Wireless technology firm Qualcomm has set out plans for a working trial of its induction charging system, which removes the need to tether an EV to its power source.

Motorcycles: Yamaha turn to the crossplane concept

Yamaha chose the Intermot show to upstage other manufacturers by launching their new three cylinder engine which will form the basis of many new models in the next few years.

Landmark Cars: Jaguar Mk II

Jaguar did not produce a “mk I” Jaguar, it was only when the Jaguar 2.4 litre/3.4-litre was re-engineered and badged “mk II” in October 1959 that the mk I label was retrospectively applied to the earlier model.

Infiniti hits a purple patch

They are a comparatively rare sight on UK roads, but the Infiniti range is being aimed squarely at the type of customer that looks for some that little bit different.

Glad to be here

Since the late 1980s, Peter Byrne MIMI has been employed by Citroen UK as a technical trainer. But five years ago, an incident left him feeling lucky to be alive and, as he tells Gareth Price, overwhelmed to have such a supportive employer.

Nissan - East by North East

Though it’s a long way from Nissan’s Sunderland operation to its Global Production Engineering Centre, Richard Yarrow reports on why 6000 miles is no obstacle for the attention to detail.

From Front of the Grid to Pride of the Showroom

It was a familiar adage that intertwined motorsport and auto retail at one time but the notion, ‘win on Sunday, sell on Monday’ seems a little simplistic for the present.

HR Owen Grand Plans

One year on from taking the helm at HR Owen, chief executive Joe Doyle is already seeing a host of changes successfully take effect, as Gareth Price discovers.



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