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Renault, Nissan & Daimler
The Renault-Nissan Alliance was established in 1999, as the French and the Japanese companies realized that cooperation would be more beneficial than competition.
Blog Published: 4/14/2015
What Are They Doing at the Toyota CSRC?
When Toyota had the recall crisis that began in the summer of 2009, there might have been some concern—as unfounded as the alleged issues with the vehicles in question—with regard to Toyota and safety.
Blog Published: 4/13/2015
2016 Lexus RX 350
A funny thing about the overall reception of Lexus among those who write about cars.
Blog Published: 4/10/2015
Volkswagen Beetle Concepts
The third-generation Volkswagen Beetle went on sale in the U.S. in September 2011, and early on, sales absolutely rocketed.
Blog Published: 4/9/2015
2016 Scion iM and iA
Upon revealing the 2016 iM and the iA, Doug Murtha, vice president, Scion Div., said, “they’re just the first signs of renewed momentum you’re going to see from Scion.” 2016 Scion iM 2016 Scion iA One might wonder about Scion and Newton’s Fir...
Blog Published: 4/8/2015
2016 Cadillac CT6
The 2016 Cadillac CT6 is the real deal.
Blog Published: 4/7/2015
Lincoln Continental Concept
Lincoln is in a peculiar position.
Blog Published: 4/6/2015
Designing Kias
Ever since Peter Schreyer has been at Kia (it will be 10 years next year!), the designs coming out of its studios have been nothing short of impressive.
Blog Published: 4/2/2015
The Volt Recharged
“Gen 1 or better!” That, says Andrew Farah, vehicle chief engineer for the 2016 Chevrolet Volt, was the motto he and his team lived by as they developed the second-generation car.
Blog Published: 3/30/2015
McLaren/Carbon Fiber
As the industry is in the midst of what can only be described as a “Materials Revolution,” the concentration is mainly on advanced high-strength steel and aluminum, with some making consideration of carbon fiber composites, although this is still an...
Blog Published: 3/27/2015

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