Cadillac Aims to Make a Global Splash with New XT5 Crossover

Midsize crossovers are hot, the Cadillac SRX is somewhat old, so Cadillac is making a global launch of its new XT5.

May 2016 - Steve Plumb, Senior Editor, AutoBeat Daily

Extreme Interiors

Let’s face it. There are some cars that most of us are likely never to get in. As in not even being able to sit in them. So what’s it like inside cars that are out of our financial range? What technology and materials are to be found in there? Here’s a look at some of these products.

May 2016

On the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu

Is this the best Malibu in more than 50 years? These people surely think so. With good reasons.

May 2016 - Gary S. Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief

Real-time Location at Your Service

Location data has its place: Helping virtualize process control in high-mix, high-volume assembly operations.

May 2016 - Lawrence S. Gould, Contributing Editor

Steel Gets Strong. Economical. And Environmentally Correct.

Companies working to achieve 2025 fuel economy goals through mass reduction may be looking at non-ferrous alternatives for body-in-white applications. But they just might look again at steel.

May 2016 - Gary S. Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief

The 2017 Kia Sportage

Kia Motors America COO and executive vice president says this crossover is “crafted for the urban pioneer.” And it is designed and engineered for competing in one of the hottest segments in the overall auto market.

May 2016 - Gary S. Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief

Verifying World-Class Stamping at Fiat Chrysler

First-of-its-kind press line soon to be followed by a few more.

May 2016 - Ray Chalmers, Contributing Editor