This zone covers the materials, processes, equipment and expertise used in vehicle development, from turbochargers to transmissions.
The people at DeltaWing Technologies think their approach to racecar architecture could have applicability for daily drivers, as well. Light, sleek, energy-efficient, and, well . . . unusual.
So why does Hyundai have a premium, E-segment car, the Genesis?
This company is designing and engineering vehicles that are safe inside and outside, for occupants and pedestrians. And they're stylish, to boot.
Chrysler has created an all-new 200 midsize sedan with design, engineering, technology and commitment that puts it solidly in the game with the world's best.
This didn’t take long.
It was a busy week in the auto industry last week.
If you’re going to be setting out on your summer vacation soon, perhaps taking a long drive across the U.S., then you might be careful depending on just where it is that your TripTik takes you.