Is body-on-frame architecture on its way out, a victim of a drive for lighter weight structures? Maybe not. Smaller vehicle volumes, a desire to build more vehicles from fewer platforms, and new electronic technologies may catapult it to the forefront in a way the industry hasn't seen since Hudson introduced its 'step-down' frame in the 1950s. By Christopher A. Sawyer, Executive Editor
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