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BMW i8, LV & CFRP
A primary rationalization for the use of carbon fiber for automotive structures—like the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid vehicle—is that it is light, it can allow the creation of exotic forms like, well, the 2+2 vehicle in question, and it is quite strong.
Blog Published: 3/4/2014
Navigating the Current Auto Scene Made Lively
The Geneva Motor Show is upon us.
Blog Published: 3/3/2014
Mini Hatch Production Approach
Even though almost every OEM has recognized the success of Mini—no one believed that anyone (well, not in the U.S., anyway) would pay a premium for a small car—and so have rolled out with their own variants and competitors, Mini is still doing quite...
Blog Published: 2/28/2014
Citroen Is a Little More Serious
Although the forthcoming Geneva auto show is a place where vehicle manufacturers are going to be debuting some rather, um, elaborate vehicle designs, in some cases the automotive versions of the women’s hats worn at the Kentucky Derby, PSA/Peugeot C...
Blog Published: 2/26/2014
2014 Buick Regal AWD GS
The 20th century had more than its share of mysteries.
Blog Published: 2/25/2014
Amelia Island & Automotive History
Bill Warner tells a story of how he was holding a seminar at which Sir Stirling Moss—was to speak.
Blog Published: 2/17/2014
C-Class Starts in Bremen with Execs Wielding Fastening Tools
Last week, Mercedes started production of the new C-Class in its factory in Bremen, Germany.
Blog Published: 2/14/2014
Renault Prepares for Third-Gen Trafic
This is the second-generation Renault Trafic light commercial vehicle (LCV), which was launched in 2010: This is a tease of the third-generation Trafic, which is to launch later this year: Admittedly, the first picture is of a real vehicle a...
Blog Published: 2/12/2014
Kremlinology & the 2015 Ford F-150
Back in the days of the Cold War, there was a practice called “Kremlinology” in the West, wherein analysts (think: CIA) would take things like Pravda and try to figure out whether there was some deeper meaning that could be ferreted out from photos,...
Blog Published: 2/8/2014
Green Fuel, Not Lantern
Although the picture shown here might bring to mind the Emotional Electromagnetic Spectrum power source for the Green Lantern Corps (OK, we had to stretch to find that, but this really is a rather sci-fi looking imagine), it is actually a look throu...
Blog Published: 2/7/2014

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