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McLaren Automotive Is Becoming A Major Force In The Exotic Car Market

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Browse the performance numbers for any McLaren supercar and you’ll be impressed, but how is the brand performing as a relatively new member in the high-pressure club of exotic automakers? Quite well, actually. McLaren North America just reported its sales for the first half of 2016, and the graph looks much like a horsepower chart […]

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New Mercedes E class signals the future of driving

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The 2017 E class has a 360-degree sensor array that uses radar and forward-facing cameras. CARMEL, Calif. — The redesigned 2017 E-class sedan is a snapshot into the future of driving. Or, rather, not driving. Its driver-assistance technology can practically take over the vehicle in a traffic jam. It can steer, change lanes and stop […]

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Canadian auto industry’s future at stake in labor talks

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Dias said GM’s Oshawa complex, where production of four models it produces is set to be shipped elsewhere, is in dire need of new product. Photo credit: BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO Ask Unifor President Jerry Dias what’s at stake in upcoming labor negotiations with the Detroit 3 automakers, and he’ll say it’s nothing less than the […]

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Automotive stock prices fall worldwide in the wake of Brexit

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Stock prices across the world have taken a huge hit following Brexit, the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Investor confidence has dropped across many sectors, including the auto industry, as uncertainty looms over the economic ramifications of this historic move. The UK, one of the largest automotive manufacturing hubs in Europe, must now […]

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Why Human-Body Modeling is the Future of Automotive Safety

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From the July 2016 issue Accelerate, smash, repeat. For decades, crash tests were the only way to predict how well a car might protect the people inside. But what happens when safety engineers stretch their bell curves beyond government stand­ards to grasp those last tenths of a percent of improvement? When dummies are too dumb, […]

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Reinventing the steering wheel

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The Rinspeed Etos concept featured this ZF TRW retractable steering wheel. Though taken for granted today, the steering wheel was a transformative technology at the dawn of the age of the automobile. As we enter the autonomous-vehicle age, some wonder whether the steering wheel might suffer the same fate as the tiller, which disappeared from […]

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Toyota retains title as most valuable car brand

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Toyota retained its title as the world’s most valuable car brand in a new ranking, holding off BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Tesla, meanwhile, entered the top 10 for the first time, indicating the rising challenge traditional automakers face from industry disruptors. Toyota’s brand value rose 2 percent to $29.5 billion, according to the BrandZ Top 100 […]

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How Elon Musk’s Tesla Brand Has Super Charged Automotive Marketing

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Some of us old enough to remember the 1980s know that Tesla used to be a hair-metal band. Others who paid attention in history class know that Telsa was, in the 1880s, the Serbian-American engineer who invented the polyphase AC generator—the motor that later allowed George Westinghouse to bring electricity into American homes. Photo: James […]

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Vauxhall will recall some Zafiras in UK on fire risk

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The potential fire risk affects Vauxhall Zafiras built between 2005 and 2014. General Motors’ Vauxhall unit will recall about 235,000 Zafira minivans for repair in the UK to prevent a possible risk of fire caused by a soldered fuse resistor in the vehicles. The models will be recalled to replace a soldered fuse resistor with […]

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Some Automotive Firsts

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First. We all know what it means. What we often don’t agree about is who can rightfully claim to be first. In the auto business, being first to innovate a new and desirable feature has competitive advantage—or not. It’s possible to be too early, to roll out the “new” before it’s ready or before the […]

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