The Automotive Design & Production Production Zone consists of the hardware—tools, machining centers, grinders, etc.—that is used in automotive manufacturing.
The last-generation Hyundai Sonata changed the midsize segment through its design. So what does the company do for an encore?
They start with the platform that gave rise to the award-winning ATS Sedan, then created a stylish, striking compact coupe that’s targeted at European competitors.
Here’s a look at the development of a new luxury crossover from the company that arguably created the segment in the first place with its RX 300. This time, it is a compact from Lexus.
This automotive supplier is driving the auto industry forward with its engineering and, especially, manufacturing skills. Here’s a look.
So why does Hyundai have a premium, E-segment car, the Genesis?
While we’ll be taking a more comprehensive look at this powertrain in the November print version of Automotive Design & Production, it is interesting to note that yesterday it was announced that the first-ever supercharged Corvette Z06 engine—SAE certified at 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque—propelled the car to the fastest speed ever for a production car run at GM’s Milford Road Course in Michigan.
There are a couple ways to think about luxury vehicles.
This is a photo that you probably haven’t seen: That’s the interior of the BMW i3.