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On (Ford) Edge
Late last month, the 2015 Ford Edge went into production at the Ford Oakville, Ontario, manufacturing complex.
Blog Published: 3/23/2015
2015 Chevrolet Trax LT—FWD
The terms that Chevrolet uses to describe the Trax are: “city-smart global SUV.” If we break that down, then “city-smart” is a term for this being a car for the urban environment.
Blog Published: 3/19/2015
Making IndyCars Cooler Through Technology
IndyCar races aren’t once they once were, at least when it comes to popularity.
Blog Published: 3/18/2015
Corvette: What You Need to Know Now
Tadge Juechter, Corvette chief engineer, arguably “made news” on this edition of “Autoline After Hours.” Juechter said—to host John McElroy, Todd Lassa, executive editor of Automobile, and me—that there is no mid-engine Corvette under development.
Blog Published: 3/16/2015
2015 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Platinum
“Awesome.” That was the word used by a colleague in regards to the 2015 Escalade Platinum.
Blog Published: 3/12/2015
Engineering the Jeep Renegade
Art Anderson is the chief engineer for the 2015 Jeep Renegade, the newest, smallest Jeep in the brand’s lineup.
Blog Published: 3/9/2015
2015 Buick Regal AWD GS
The recent Buick TV ads—the one with the creepy neighbors with high-powered binoculars (!) looking at the new Enclave (yeah, like you want the Peeping Tom community to be admiring your new wheels); the clueless friend and the remarkably clueless par...
Blog Published: 3/4/2015
2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI S w/Performance Package
This is the 2015 Golf GTI: The version that you’ll find in a dealership won’t have that sticker on the hood.
Blog Published: 2/18/2015
How the 2015 Nissan Murano Was Developed
One of the best stories you’re ever likely to hear about automotive development comes from Chris Reed, overseas chief engineer for the 2015 Nissan Murano, the all-new third-generation vehicle. (He was the straight-up chief engineer for the crossover...
Blog Published: 2/16/2015
More Than a Midcycle Refresh
Up until recently, medium-sized trucks, by and large, tended to stay in production for long periods of time with minor modifications along the way.
Blog Published: 2/10/2015

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