This zone includes interviews with top designers, information on software and design tools as well as design strategies used by automakers and automotive suppliers.
Nissan has introduced its second of the second-generation Versa lineup: the Note. A hatch. A small car with segment leading features and functions. Here’s a look.
BMW brings carbon fiber into mass production: reducing vehicle weight, parts, and production time.
Although the Kia Soul can be considered a small, quirky car, it has helped put Kia on the map in urban areas and has created an appearance that the company was keen to keep as the second-generation car was created. Here’s a look.
Yes, this is about a new model. An incredibly important model for Mazda, accounting for as much as a third of its global sales. But it isn’t just about the car, it is how they are manufacturing things like its engines that matter, too.
Looking to gain traction in the market with its important midsize Malibu, Chevrolet has made modifications to the car, especially under the hood, with a new stop-start system for its standard 2.5-liter engine.
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 and stamping presses, machining centers and cutting tools devices, fixtures and material handling devices.
Generally, when you hear about things that have sold really fast, it tends to be something like tickets for a One Direction show.
Quite clearly there is a world that is almost totally separate from the one that most of us live in.
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