Number of Vehicles Per Person Rising. . .

Sort of. And what will the future hold?

Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Design & Production

Do Auto Shows Have a Future?

Things are looking shaky for the international events

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”
#Cadillac #GeneralMotors #Tesla

Alfa Hits 110

Years, not miles per hour, for the venerable Italian brand that was actually founded by a guy from France

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.
#tech #sustainability #GMC

Peak Auto: What It Could Mean to You Mobility

With the age of car-sharing, battery-powered fleets, and self-driving cars quickly approaching, many automakers are trying to reinvent themselves into mobility companies.

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Eaton’s eMobility Unit Targets Fast Growth

Eaton Corp.’s year-old eMobility business aims to hike annual sales of electrification products from $350 million in 2019 to $2 billion-$4 billion by 2030, says Scott Adams, who heads the unit’s sales and product strategy.


The Detroit Auto Show’s Summer Strategy

Next year’s auto show in Detroit will move from early January to mid-June and double in size with 1 million square feet of new outdoor “floorspace” devoted to hands-on activities.


Testing EV Systems for Leaks

Nobody wants water leaking into electric car battery packs. But keeping them dry can be a challenge, says Thomas Parker, North American automotive sales manager for Inficon Holding AG.

Virus Crisis Hits Car Sales in U.S., Europe

A mess, but not as bad as in China
#europe #facilities #Chrysler

Car Sales Vanish (Temporarily) in China

Digging out of a 92% sales drop will take time.

Ford Makes Major Changes at the Top

Farley and Thai-Tang rise. Hinrichs departs.
#Ford #Scion #Toyota

Cheap Gas, But Nowhere to Go

Oil glut promises cheap fuel all year

Coronavirus Roundup: March 27

More companies idle plants, look for cash
#asia #europe #people

Global Car Sales Forecast to Fall by 13.5 Million Units

U.S. sales likely to shrink by 3.1 million units in 2020
#asia #europe

U.S. Car Sales to Slip Below 17 Million

This year deliveries of cars and light-duty trucks in the U.S. will drop below 17 million units for the first time since 2014.
#Chevrolet #Chrysler #Fiat

2021 Cadillac Escalade: Big, Bold and Impressive

The design and engineering of a top-flight, full-size luxury SUV

American Honda Shows Cars Still Matter

Yes, cars you may not readily think of showed sales strength in January. Yes, cars.
#Acura #Honda

UPDATE: Carmakers Brace for Impact As Coronavirus Spreads

Carmakers are on high alert about possible disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak that began in China two months ago.
#asia #europe #americas

2020 Mazda6 Signature

Looks good. Drives well. Priced right. Now all you have to do is find a Mazda dealer to get a Mazda6.
#Ford #Honda #Hyundai

Happy Days at Tesla

Tesla flirts with sustainable profitability as sales soar