Designing thin-walled steel structures? Then GAS2.0 is for you
The compact sport sedan from Lexus is not just track-tested, but track-developed
A comparative look at vehicle mass. The attention to weight certainly seems to be a common thread among OEMs.
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Spin-on plastic unit promises to reduce combined steel and oil waste by 642,000 tons per year
Even Jeep enthusiasts who can’t afford a Renegade or Wrangler can get one of these.
The U.S. is broadening its tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum on Feb. 8 to cover finished goods that contain those metals.
The Toyota Land Cruiser has been rolling on—and off—streets in America for more than 50 years. And the Heritage Edition is a nice tribute.
Design/engineering/manufacturing expert looks at the Cybertruck. He says when he saw it, “It was love at first sight”
Efforts to finalize local content rules for aluminum and steel are stalling attempts to finalize a new trade deal with Canada, Mexico and the U.S.