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Propulsion

Autonomy Coming to Indy

Competition will have driverless race cars at the Brickyard

Business

It’s “Only” an Escalade

Executing the interior of the new version of Cadillac’s venerable flagship, Escalade

Business

GM Develops a New Electrical Platform

GM engineers create a better electrical architecture that can handle the ever-increasing needs of vehicle systems

Business

Design Pro Talks Quadrobots, Teslas & More

John Manoogian II is part of the design fabric of the auto industry. He shares insights on this edition of “Autoline After Hours”

Electronics

Addressing Autonomy: ZF Exec Explains the Tech

There is a lot of noise about autonomous driving. Here’s some straight information from a ZF exec about what’s going on.

Hybrid

LMC Auto’s Jeff Schuster on the Industry

When it comes to how the automotive market is doing—and how it is likely to do—you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who knows more than Jeff Schuster

Design

Sandy Munro and the Tesla Cybertruck

Design/engineering/manufacturing expert looks at the Cybertruck. He says when he saw it, “It was love at first sight”

Business

The 2020 Corvette, Elon’s Brilliance & Other Things Bob Lutz Talks About

Observations from an industry icon who not only knows the industry, but is responsible for a good part of it

Aluminum

Tesla, Citroen and the Future of the Auto Industry

A look at the future—as well as the past

Hybrid

Robots in the Auto Industry

When it comes to the deployment of robots, the auto industry is the hands-down leader. Or maybe that should be “gripper down”

Propulsion

The Expensive Electric Future—Taycan & Beyond

There is the engineering. And then there are the economics. . . .

Production

Mopar Makes It Special

For those who are modifying an FCA vehicle, there is only one word they need to know: Mopar

Mobility

The Intersection of Auto Enthusiasm, Tech and History

When torque wrenches are accompanied by software downloads. . . .

All About Lada

How a car in Moscow ended up in Detroit and other fascinating facts about the Lada 1200s

Propulsion

Designs Through Time and the C8 Corvette

We get a top car designer on this edition of “Autoline After Hours”

Propulsion

The Future of the Auto Industry Really Is Now

If you’re an automotive supplier, you really need to see this show

Propulsion

The Globe from the Powertrain Perspective

Although there are some who think that the internal combustion engine (ICE) is doomed, that it is gasping its last intake sequence and will soon be completely exhausted, James Martin, Senior Research Analyst, Powertrain and Compliance, IHS Markit, is not one of them.

Business

Deep Dive on the Hyundai Palisade

A true indication of how times are changing in the auto industry can be seen in what has happened at Hyundai Motor America, which has just launched an important product in its portfolio, in fact an all-new vehicle that HMA people refer to as the “flagship” for the brand.

Design

Students Driving Autonomous Tech Forward

This is where the future of autonomous vehicle engineering is going to come from.

Electronics

The Auto Interiors Revolution

The auto industry's revolution touches all aspects of the business, but none more than vehicle interiors and how they will change.

Interiors

The Racing Special: Shelby Mustang GT350 & the Detroit Grand Prix

Does anyone who has any interest in performance vehicles not want to learn more about the  2019 Shelby GT350 Mustang? Does anyone who has any interest in NASCAR or IndyCar not want to learn more about Team Penske, the team extraordinaire?  There’s more right here.

Materials & Lightweighting

Steel the One

Last week the Great Designs in Steel (GDIS) conference was held in suburban Detroit.

Electronics

What to Know About Automated Driving Made Interesting

“As technology continues to progress, so does our ability to improve products. At Toyota, we do not pursue innovation simply because we can; we pursue it because we should.”