Ford should become a true mobility leader. To do that, they should launch a company inside of Ford—one that will become bigger than the company that started it.
Transportation Designer, Entrepreneur and Educator
Safety protocols get early test as industry relaunches U.S. production
78% drop in April as countries, carmakers post double-digit declines
Continuous improvements needed to gain foothold in fledgling EV market
Harvick continues winning ways amid coronavirus protocols
Carmakers juggle production, search for funding
PAVE study shows that the industry has a long way to go to convince people AVs are the way to go
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Group
Making a case for adding green credentials to off-road performance
Sales perk up in China as production nosedives in Brazil, Mexico
Companies like Ford have created solid protocols to get things back up and running. But it depends on the honesty of everyone to work as intended.
Step eases supply chain bottleneck for other factories too
U.S., Europe and Asia will take longer, says LMC Automotive
Eleventh in a series. Yes, he knows about autonomous driving. But Waymo’s Krafcik loves cars you drive. And he’s also important in another way.
The crisis of COVID-19 is exposing structural issues that were already under pressure from the looming juggernauts of electrification, autonomy, shared mobility and connectedness.
Managing Director, Paul Eichenberg Strategic Consulting
Industry’s results will get worse before they get better
Before being set loose on roads, self-driving vehicles need a comprehensive view of what they could encounter
The legendary Barn Find Hunter talks about how he finds those vehicles
Factory relaunch schedules stretch out amid uncertainties
Opening day jitters, supply chain concerns abound
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Daily
Gale Halderman’s 1962 sketch won a Ford design contest that led to the original Mustang
Former Ford CEO Mark Fields talks about what is happening now and where it will be going forward
COVID-19 continues to take its toll on vehicle programs
GM and Ford’s response to the pandemic and how they’re preparing for the future are highlighted on 60 Minutes