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Magna and the Art of Advanced Manufacturing
This automotive supplier is driving the auto industry forward with its engineering and, especially, manufacturing skills. Here’s a look.
Article Published: 7/31/2014
Amko Leenarts: Inside Story
"We are global, so I am designing cars for the whole world," says Amko Leenarts, who heads up Ford's global interior design. And to think he once thought he'd be designing interiors for buildings as a career.
Article Published: 7/31/2014
Radical Design for 54.5 MPG & More
The people at DeltaWing Technologies think their approach to racecar architecture could have applicability for daily drivers, as well. Light, sleek, energy-efficient, and, well . . . unusual.
Article Published: 6/30/2014
The 2014 Mercedes Sprinter
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Article Published: 5/30/2014
On the 2015 Hyundai Genesis
So why does Hyundai have a premium, E-segment car, the Genesis?
Article Published: 5/30/2014
What's Swedish for "Safe"? "Volvo?"
This company is designing and engineering vehicles that are safe inside and outside, for occupants and pedestrians. And they're stylish, to boot.
Article Published: 5/30/2014
Creating the 2015 Chrysler 200
Chrysler has created an all-new 200 midsize sedan with design, engineering, technology and commitment that puts it solidly in the game with the world's best.
Article Published: 5/30/2014
2015 Honda Fit: Small without Compromise
People may want small cars for fuel efficiency, but they may not be all that keen on having to spend any time in them. So Honda applied its "Man Maximum, Machine Minimum" methodology to the 2015 Fit, so there's plenty of space for people and stuff o...
Article Published: 5/30/2014
Snow-Tested, “Intuitive” AWD
A prototype all-wheel-drive disconnect system by Magna responds to changing road conditions before tires lose traction. To prove its vigor, Magna tests the system in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Article Published: 5/1/2014
Chevy & GMC & the Continuing Relevance of Full-Size SUVs
While SUVs seemed to have become somewhat marginalized by the Great Recession, the designers and engineers at GM have continued working on improving their products, products that have the lion’s share of the still-important segment.
Article Published: 5/1/2014

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