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Triple Lutz
No, that headline is not a reference to a now somewhat passé move that will be performed during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games Figure Skating competitions.
Blog Published: 2/3/2014
Volvo’s Carbon-Free Factory
It sometimes seems as though when the whole notion of “CO2-neutral” activities come up, some people tend to think that it is something rather limited in scope, like planting a whole lot of seedlings in a park to offset emissions from driving to the ...
Blog Published: 1/30/2014
Audi Invests Big
Regardless of the current exchange rate, €22-billion is a lot of money.
Blog Published: 1/7/2014
Another Autoline Attraction
Volkswagen Group of America—that’s as in both VW and Audi—announced that it has sold more than 100,000 vehicles in 2013 equipped with diesel engines.
Blog Published: 1/6/2014
A New Year’s Note
Today is the first day of 2014.
Blog Published: 1/1/2014
End-of-the-Year “After Hours”: Tidings of Discomfort & Joy
While the source of tradition of people who have not been good for the previous 12 months getting a lump of coal is not clear, what is crystal clear is that when John McElroy of Autoline, Peter DeLorenzo of Autoextremist, Scott Burgess of Motor Tren...
Blog Published: 12/23/2013
GM Invests Big in Manufacturing
If you think back to 1989 and Roger & Me, Michael Moore’s scathing film about General Motors—and remember: this is 1989, not 2009, the Year of Bankruptcy—you’ll undoubtedly recall that Flint, Michigan, where Moore was born, was pretty much a bli...
Blog Published: 12/20/2013
Why Mary Barra Is a Good Choice at GM
One of the obvious-but-overlooked aspects of the auto industry is that all of those cars and trucks, all of those engines and bodies, all of those interiors and chassis are actually made in honest-to-goodness factories, places full of welding robots...
Blog Published: 12/10/2013
Serious Diesel Fuel Lines
ContiTech Fluid Technology is evidently bullish on the prospects of heavy-duty diesels even in the light of Euro 6 and EPA 13, as it has installed a special production area in its plant in Karben, Germany—which represents, according to the company, ...
Blog Published: 11/30/2013
Ford Buffalo: Stampings, Not Wings
Ford is upping its output at its Buffalo Stamping Plant via an investment of $150-million for the production of more than 25 new subassemblies, including hoods, doors and fenders.
Blog Published: 11/29/2013

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