Pay cuts for staff, deferred product programs to avoid “serious damage”
Putting manufacturing engineering knowhow and clever design and product development in the battle against COVID-19
Jon Lauckner and Tony Cervone retiring at the end of June
Looking for a “strategic mindset” in software engineers and others
GM engineers create a better electrical architecture that can handle the ever-increasing needs of vehicle systems
Spot welding continues to be a major application area in automotive and robot manufacturers are improving the tech to make that happen as efficiently as possible.
Or maybe that should be “How Acura hand builds a 500-hp V6 in a factory in Ohio”
In the middle of a long trip, motorists often feel the need to “stretch their legs” to relieve stiffness. Jaguar Land Rover is developing a seating system to help.
These are the elements that make up both a promise and a bill of materials.
Key factors leading to the all-new generation of the crossover.
When you’re talking about a 21-month development from design to production, you’re talking about blistering speed. And that’s what a startup has accomplished.
Tim Herrick and his team create a no-compromise vehicle for people who like to do things like tow trailers that make tiny houses look, well, really small.
It is hard to believe that this is a vehicle in “serial” production with such extraordinary powertrain performance
From electrically driven luxury vehicles to headlamps that shine better than jewels
Where poetry meets engineering. Really.
Products can be lighter and better through the application of topology optimization. However, they might look somewhat different. . .
The well-known testing and certification firm is building a big EV test lab
A new automotive company will be making a no-nonsense 4x4. And it is not an EV startup.
The VW MQB-based model is doing well—especially in Germany
You might be surprised what OEMs aren’t paying attention to