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Electronics

VW Growing in China

When the population of a city that you may not even have heard of has 8 million people, odds are good that what’s thought regarding the viability of EVs may not be the case.

Mobility

SEAT, IBM & Watson

One more thing about SEAT after yesterday’s announcement at the Mobile World Congress about its Minimó micromobility vehicle: Today it and IBM announced that the companies are developing the “Mobility Advisor,” a mobile app that will run on 4G/5G networks and utilize IBM Watson AI technology.

Design

Is the Minimó the Future of Urban Mobility?

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to wander around off the main thoroughfares in Barcelona, you’ve undoubtedly notices that the streets tend to be narrow and more oriented toward people rather than cars and certainly trucks.

Mobility

SEAT and the Future of Transportation

Last fall, SEAT, the Martorell-based vehicle manufacturer that is part of the Volkswagen Group, launched the SEAT eXS powered by Segway.

Design

Kondo Method for Car Packing

Although the KonMari Method created by Marie Kondo has become phenomenally successful and equally useful, odds are it show up more in the context of dresser drawers and cabinets and closets than it does elsewhere.

Design

Tailoring SEAT Seats

Last year SEAT sold nearly 470,000 vehicles, which is a solid number for the Spain-based member of the Volkswagen Group that exports approximately 80 percent of its production to some 80 countries around the world.

Assembly

SEAT Goes Vertical

The SEAT Martorell plant in Spain is the company’s primary assembly facility, as it the vehicles it produces there are the SEAT Ibiza, Leon SC, Leon 5P, Leon ST, Leon Cupra ST, Leon Cupra SC, and Arona.

Design

The Incredible Mr. Donckerwolke

Luc Donckerwolke has an impressive resume that has just gotten more so.

Hybrid

Got Live(ish) If You Want It: Autoextremist, WSJ, and autofieldguide

If you’re interested in that was the week that was this past week from the points of view of Sharon Terlip, ace Wall Street Journal reporter, Peter DeLorenzo, the inimitable Autoextremist, and your autofieldblogger, check this out.