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A Lot of Air at Nissan
This tubing doesn’t look like much: But it really represents just a few feet of the miles of tubing that the Nissan Energy Management Team inspected as they started checking out the compressed air tubing that is used at its manufacturing plants ...
Blog Published: 4/18/2014
More from Less at Ferrari
Can you make more by doing less?
Blog Published: 4/17/2014
Ralph Gilles Talks Cars: from the 200 to the Viper & Beyond
Ralph Gilles is arguably the consummate “car guy.” That appellation is predicated on skills, talent and passion for all things automotive, and in his long career at Chrysler—he started there in 1992—he has demonstrated all of those characteristics w...
Blog Published: 3/31/2014
Big Engines
Next month, Chrysler is putting its Conner Avenue Assembly Plant on hiatus for a couple of months.
Blog Published: 3/28/2014
Mercedes Compact Demand/Production Grows
While you might associate “Mercedes-Benz” with large, sumptuous cars like the elegant S Class, it seems that its compact models—the CLA, the GLA, and the A- and B-class (the last two not available in the U.S.
Blog Published: 3/25/2014
Honda Marysville: 10 Million Cars & Counting*
Back in the late ‘70s/early ‘80s, some people thought that if Japanese-based automobile companies were to produce their vehicles in the U.S--vehicles that were becoming increasingly popular among consumers, particularly because those cars tended to ...
Blog Published: 3/20/2014
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
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

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