A look at several things that are going on in the German auto industry—from new vehicles to stamping to building electric vehicles.
Seeing better when driving at night, understanding the limits of “Autopilot,” Volkswagen’s electric activities, and more.
Annual investments to surpass $1 billion by 2023
What do tech and economics do to the vehicle market? Charlie Chesbrough has some ideas
Three people talk about three different things important in the industry. In this case: EVs, the Automotive Supply Chain, and Cloud Connected Vehicles.
The role that tires can play in autonomous fleets, the electrification of the OEMs’ products, micromobility and more on this “Autoline After Hours”
Things are surprisingly strong in the U.S. market, and Charlie Chesbrough explains why.
Harbour Results sees bumpy times ahead for North American producers of things like molds and dies
ABB is providing a French company with the ability to put EV electricity back into the grid
Politically it may be popular. But logistically and economically it may not necessarily be advantageous
Yes, there is improvement. But there would be a bunch of asterisks involved, as well
Ford launches the 2021 F-150, talks about the electric F-150, and calibrates the F-Series impact on the U.S economy
Equipment needs updating—as do the personnel in the industry
While no one knows what the future will bring, as Sheryl Connelly explains, it is better to anticipate what might happen than to be blindsided if you don’t.
In this case, it’s mostly about reducing emissions—but fuel economy gains still add up.
The industry will come back. But no one really knows when.
Although some people thought that the industry was “back” based on the improved sales in May and June compared to April, coronavirus hasn’t gone away so reduced sales may be back
Not even Matthew McConaughey could say “Alright, alright, alright” about its numbers
Yes, there are signs of improvement. But that may be a relative thing.
bp is changing its business model in a big way. This is something other companies should pay attention to.
F-Series pickups generate about 30% of the carmaker’s revenue. The tally is about twice as much as what McDonald’s pulls in.
The head of global forecasting for LMC Automotive talks about where the auto industry is at the start of the recovery and how long it might take to get to a state of recovery
Getting plants operating as they had isn’t going to happen overnight. And sales recovery—years
More plants open, but others are targeted for closure