"Six?" you wonder. "Isn't this about the Mazda3?" Well, there are two body styles, so two times three . . .
Yes, 2010. The software company has rolled out a raft of new tools for the design, analysis, and simulation of products. Virtual prototype first, then move on to the real thing.
Faurecia designers and engineers set out to make an interior that is lighter and more recyclable than conventional ones. They've developed something that may lead to a reconsideration of how and with what materials ought to be assembled.
A focus on electronics and the growth of indigenous manufacturers are occurring in this Asian country.
How a new process can result in soft-touch instrument panels, a key attribute of today's desirable vehicles.
Web 2.0. Manufacturing 2.0. Enterprise 2.0. These terms point to the same goal: Using the web to promote collaborative work.
Let's face it, for years the office chair was nothing more than a commodity... until Herman Miller produced the iconic Aeron. Maybe there is a lesson here.
The fact that it’s at least a year before an automaker rolls a single plug-in vehicle onto a dealer lot is irrelevant. For GM and Toyota, the hard sell on who has the better battery blueprint has already started.
X Prize competitor Lightning Hybrids is using off-the-shelf hydraulics to bust loose at 0-60 mph in six seconds and still get 150 mpg.
Things change, even if we don't think about it.