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Audi Rolls With Robots
Typically, one of the more manic places in an automotive assembly plant is at the end of the line, when vehicles are driven off the line and to various places, depending on the status of the vehicle (e.g., to a logistics area; to rework; to staging ...
Blog Published: 3/13/2015
Engineering the Jeep Renegade
Art Anderson is the chief engineer for the 2015 Jeep Renegade, the newest, smallest Jeep in the brand’s lineup.
Blog Published: 3/9/2015
Passat (the German One) Gets iF Gold
The internationally renowned iF Design Awards were presented last Friday in Munich, and the eighth-generation Volkswagen Passat took the gold in the “Automobile/Vehicles/Bikes” category.
Blog Published: 3/3/2015
Toyota Transfers Learnings
This is the Lexus LFA: It went out of production a couple years ago, after they’d produced 500 of them—by hand—in the Motomachi Plant in Toyota City.
Blog Published: 2/26/2015
Subaru’s Boxer & More
Subaru has been selling cars at such a pace that it seems as though they might have signs on dealerships like the old McDonald’s indicators of the ever-increasing number of burgers sold.
Blog Published: 2/25/2015
On Engines, Emissions, Apple & More
Oliver Schmidt is the general manager of the Engineering & Environmental Office of Volkswagen Group of America.
Blog Published: 2/23/2015
How Do You Spell “Corolla”? “M-I-S-S-I. . . .”
While “the Georgetown plant” is almost synonymous with “Toyota” when it comes to U.S. manufacturing operations, given that the company started building cars there back in 1988, that is just one of many plants the company operates in the U.S.
Blog Published: 2/17/2015
How the 2015 Nissan Murano Was Developed
One of the best stories you’re ever likely to hear about automotive development comes from Chris Reed, overseas chief engineer for the 2015 Nissan Murano, the all-new third-generation vehicle. (He was the straight-up chief engineer for the crossover...
Blog Published: 2/16/2015
American Honda Invests $85-m for More MDXes
The greatest success that Acura has in the market is its MDX sport utility vehicle.
Blog Published: 2/12/2015
Toyota Going More Flexible
Next week at the Chicago Auto Show, Toyota is going to roll out two new versions of the Camry and the Corolla, which we might have otherwise not mentioned were it not for the fact that they point out something that seems to be a profound shift at th...
Blog Published: 2/6/2015

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