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Bolloré, PSA Peugeot Citroën & a Problem with Electric Vehicles
This is the Bluesummer: It is an electric vehicle.
Blog Published: 6/24/2015
How to Design a Ford GT
When Craig Metros returned to Dearborn from a multiyear stint in Australia for Ford Design, he found himself engaged in a project that probably has more resonance—far more for automotive enthusiasts the world over—than an aluminum F-150: the Ford GT...
Blog Published: 6/22/2015
Creating the Camaro, Gen Six
Whether it is reduced gasoline prices, an overall improvement in the economy or just because they are what they are, cars like the Mustang, the Charger and the Camaro are doing exceedingly well and the segment is arguably more competitive than ever.
Blog Published: 6/15/2015
2015 Kia Sedona SXL
One of the toughest categories in the auto business is probably not one that immediately springs to mind.
Blog Published: 6/12/2015
Exploring the 2016 Ford Explorer
The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1990 as a model year 1991 sport utility vehicle.
Blog Published: 6/8/2015
A Very Frugal VW Golf
In efforts to pursue fuel efficiency—which means burning less fuel, which means putting reduced carbon dioxide into the atmosphere—Volkswagen is making all manner of moves, from producing hybrids to full electric vehicles.
Blog Published: 6/5/2015
2016 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring AWD
Here’s an interesting thing to know about the Mazda CX-5: From November 2011, when production of the compact crossover SUV commenced, through the end of April 2015, one-million units were produced.
Blog Published: 5/29/2015
2015 Toyota Camry XSE
Last year, Toyota delivered 428,606 Camrys.
Blog Published: 5/21/2015
Art of the Bike: Ducati Diavel Titanium
Last November, Ducati, which, as you may recall, is owned by Audi, introduced the Diavel Titanium at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan.
Blog Published: 5/20/2015
Chevy & CNG
Compressed natural gas (CNG) utilization is increasing for trucks in the U.S.
Blog Published: 5/14/2015

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