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Bentley and 3D Printing
Although the words “stately,” “sumptuous” and “sporty” generally aren’t ascribed to the same thing, it is indubitably the case with vehicles from Bentley.
Blog Published: 10/3/2013
GM Invests in Digital Tech in Michigan
Although you might think that this image is some sort of tribute to Star Trek Into Darkness, it is actually associated with the General Motors Warren Enterprise Data Center—“a state-of-the-art $130-million” facility that GM opened earlier this we...
Blog Published: 5/16/2013
Siemens Helps U.S. Vets
There is that old saw about giving someone a fish vs. teaching them how to fish.
Blog Published: 5/3/2013
Reality Crashes
Here are a couple of pictures of what you don’t want to see in your driveway in the event that you’ve managed to buy a brand-new Mercedes C-Class or a Mercedes M-Class: Well, maybe you do want to see that, because both of those vehicles have ac...
Blog Published: 3/26/2013
Another Supercar from McLaren Coming
Word from McLaren Automotive is that the development of the McLaren P1 is well underway.
Blog Published: 1/30/2013
Hack This Ford
Last week—hard on the heels of his keynote at CES—Paul Mascarenas, Ford vice president and chief technical officer, said, “Ford is committed to innovating with the help of software and now hardware developers.
Blog Published: 1/16/2013
Dutch Students Ride Bike at Nearly 80 mph
In light of all of the depressing news related to Lance Armstrong, here’s some rather interesting news from the world of human power transport, the development of the velomobile that won the 2012 World Human Powered Speed Challenge last month.
Blog Published: 10/31/2012
GM, IT, TX
Now that the political season is in full swing, it is hard to tell whether the auto industry or jobs is getting the greatest amount of hot air.
Blog Published: 9/9/2012
How to Engineer a Planetary Rover
When it comes to vehicle development, Quality, Durability and Reliability are key.
Blog Published: 8/14/2012
Morgan: Classic Design Through Contemporary Software
Although the Morgan 3 Wheeler—yes, this is a real car produced by a real car company in the U.K. (the Morgan Motor Company, which was established in 1909), that is approved for use in the U.S. and in Europe—appears as though it comes from an early d...
Blog Published: 7/19/2012

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