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Cosma Cuts Weight & Cost & Improves The Ride
Cosma thinks it has a new, less expensive way to manufacture body, chassis and suspension components, along with new thinking on how to configure truck suspensions.
Article Published: 3/7/2007
Metaldyne: Engineering A Better Suspension
Metaldyne is seeking to change the world of front vehicle suspensions with the advent of a system that reduces weight, improves ride and requires fewer parts to manufacture.
Article Published: 3/7/2007
Breathing Life Into An Engine Icon
To claim that GM’s small-block engine has earned a place in history would be an understatement.
Article Published: 1/10/2007
Ford Goes Green-With Beige & Other Fabric Colors
Although there were some eyebrows raised on the foreheads of environmentalists when Bill Ford’s bullishness of the number of hybrids that the company would be producing was put on a back burner with E85 coming to the fore, Ford Motor deserves ...
Article Published: 1/9/2007
The Software connection
Fault-tolerant microkernel software and modules will increase the functionality, capabilities, and expandability of automotive infotainment systems says QNX.
Article Published: 1/9/2007
Nine Lessons the Auto Industry Can Learn From the 787 Dreamliner
When the company's survival is on the line you can do what you’ve done better, or do something different. Boeing chose different.
Article Published: 12/6/2006
Sequel Continues GM's Hydrogen Story
For years the hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle has been a major research project.
Article Published: 11/7/2006
MAGNA'S NICHE?
Mark Hogan, president of Magna International (Troy, MI; www.magnasteyr.com) thinks Detroit’s automakers are coming his way.
Article Published: 11/7/2006
Tinkering With An Icon: The '07 Jeep Wrangler
It has a fresher design, contemporary engineering, and is being built with a new supplier partnership. Yet for all that, the fundamentals of what makes the Wrangler a Wrangler remain.
Article Published: 10/3/2006
GM Finds Diesel Nirvana
At a time when most auto manufacturers are hedging their bets on the future of diesel engines in the U.S. market thanks to cumbersome emission regulations, General Motors is drawing a line in the sand, announcing it plans to introduce a newly develo...
Article Published: 10/3/2006

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