Been an interesting week for auto industry executive musical chairs....
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Alongside the enthusiasm amongst car designers for more glass, pressure to produce more complex glazing shapes and styles is also driving up interest in alternative polycarbonate (PC) glazing technologies. We wouldn’t call it a gold rush but we continue to see a steady stream of interest in PC glazings for certain applications. To find out how this market is shaping up, Matthew Beecham spoke to Scott Fallon, general manager, Automotive, SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business.
BASF’s Performance Materials division focuses on industries such as automotive, construction, electrics and electronics. Here, Matthew Beecham talked with Bernhard Rosenau, Segment Management Automotive, Engineering Plastics Europe, BASF SE about some of the division's most recent PA and PU automotive applications.
Volkswagen's Audi brand has posted record car deliveries for the 2013 fiscal year and said it will expand its German workforce in 2014.
The Brazilian government's new Inovar-Auto regime introduced in 2013 has provided stimuli for the auto industry to invest a proportion of its revenue in research and is leading to more proving grounds and R&D centres.
Big Brother could one day be watching you as you drive – that’s the fear of Volkswagen chief Martin Winterkorn who said that carmakers must be beware of the connected vehicle of the future turning into a "data monster".
A network of 14 electric vehicle (EV) rapid chargers, forming the so called 'Milton Keynes CrossLink' was completed four weeks before the planned launch date, supplier/operator Chargemaster said.
A crossover is "almost tailor-made" for Seat and would fit very well with the brand's image, said chairman Jurgen Stackmann.
I don't think the saga of the problematic VWs in Australia is going to go down as one of the auto industry's Great PR Moments.
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