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A mechanical and aeronautical engineer who led development of the first Jeep Cherokee and Ford's original GT40, Roy Lunn helped pioneer unitized bodies for SUVs to help meet fuel-economy...
Mercedes-Benz plans to show a new version of its Vision concept this weekend .
New products, new strategies and bigger sales are keeping JLR and Volvo on the climb.
The F-Pace crossover is selling about the same number of units each month as all of the brand's cars combined. The winning streak should continue into 2018 when two new crossovers arrive
Land Rover retailers are waiting to see if the brand can pass its toughest test yet: replacing the iconic Defender.
Not long after I bought a new Chevrolet Cruze hatchback last year, J.D. Power sent me its initial quality survey and a crisp new dollar bill to guilt me into filling it out.
Trade representatives from Canada and Mexico agree with the Trump administration's assertion that the two-decade-old NAFTA pact should be renegotiated.
Automakers are overstating the market potential of electric cars and the timeframe of when self-driving vehicles arrive, charged Don Walker, CEO of Canada's Magna International.
Automakers are overstating the market potential of electric cars and the timeframe for when self-driving vehicles arrive, charged Don Walker, CEO of Magna International, the Canadian supplier.
On a ride in an autonomous Ford Fusion at Mcity, I was impressed with how smoothly the car worked and how quickly it sensed and adjusted to its surroundings.
The most technically complex Jaguar ever made, the battery-powered I-Pace, will be built in Graz, Austria, by Magna Steyr.
Few automakers have switched vehicle bodies to aluminum, but the lightweight metal is making inroads. Aluminum supplier Novelis' Ganesh Panneer says vehicles made from mixed materials are emerging.
The EPA will expand its real-world testing of automotive powertrains as it begins to compile data for the new review of the agency's 2025 model year fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards.
Toyota is overhauling its engines to boost fuel economy, cut emissions and increase performance. But Toyota does not plan to reduce engine size and strap on turbochargers across the board.
There's a lot at stake, far more than just replacing a gasoline or diesel engine with an electric motor or a fuel cell powertrain, as governments around the world move to reduce emissions.
I have seen this movie about 500 times in my career and the ending is almost always the same: Startup fails before first vehicle reaches the market.
The supercharger — long ago blown away by the technology of turbochargers — finally may be on the verge of finding its place in the rapidly changing world of powertrain technology.
The first thing one notices when driving a vehicle with Tenneco's new, high-tech electronic shocks is not how the vehicle handles the bumps, but how the steering is affected.
The auto industry could save billions on product development by embracing 3-D printing to produce tooling - not parts.
With its two most recent products about to be out of production and its factory sold, AM General is out of the consumer vehicle and contract manufacturing business -- for now, at least.
Kiyotaka Ise, Toyota Motor Corp.'s president of advanced r&d, spoke with Automotive News about Toyota's progress on self-driving vehicles and how they might be used in Japan.
Craig Balis, Honeywell's chief technology officer for transportation system business, says electrification is coming to turbochargers in regular passenger cars.
More than 83,000 students participated this year in the FIRST Robotics Competition. And they had a blast.
The link between Jaguar's battery-powered I-Pace crossover and its V-8-powered, 200 mph Project 8 performance sedan is aerodynamics.
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