Nissan rolls out with a new sedan on a new global platform for the competitive compact car market.
The in-line six in the Volvo S60 R-Design is placed parallel to the axle to provide protection in case of a collision. The turbocharged engine also provides a 0 to 60 time of 5.5 seconds. Bet you didn’t see that coming.
A look at improvements that are being made to advance vehicle technology by Bosch—you may be surprised.
From Detroit to computational fluid dynamics, from the 500 to the Nike swoosh, Chrysler’s top designer talks design.
Additive manufacturing technology is helping the automaker reduce product development times and costs.
The forecast for enterprise resource planning (ERP): plenty of cloud computing with periods of specific-ERP enhancements.
Will there be a more significant introduction this year? In a word, “No.” After all, even last year, when it seemed as though there was nothing but bad news and badder luck, Camry was the number-one selling car in the U.S. And now it is brand new.
Kieran O’Sullivan of Continental talks about how changes in tech will make in-vehicle information and entertainment more accessible.
According to its chief engineer, Hiroki Nakajima,the Scion iQ’s name and essence are “a combination of ‘intelligent quality,’ the result of combining the best technology in a small, clever package.” Yes, and more—or is that less?