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The GT200 Sport Tourer version of Renault's B32 series Mégane is that rare thing - a small estate that brings a smile to the driver's face....
It might be more than a decade old but the Discovery is still one of the best four by fours that money can buy - constant development, inclu...
The main forces driving automotive emission technology are, of course, the ever increasing stringent emissions regulations worldwide. These...
Underlining Honda's increasingly smart move towards investing where populations and incomes are rising in Asia, the company has just reveale...
As automakers increasingly use simulation to supplement their vehicle test programmes, Matthew Beecham spoke to Chris Hoyle, technical director at rFpro, the simulator software company which recently won an award for its new approach to producing digital road models.
Camber Ridge is a new tyre testing facility set to open in 2016 in North Carolina, US. It aims to offer tyre manufacturers, vehicle OEMs and Tier 1’s the opportunity to measure the dynamic properties of tyres in an environment that blends testing on real road surface with the controlled conditions found in development laboratories. Matthew Beecham spoke to Camber Ridge’s CEO, Dr James F Cuttino, about the centre and its plans.
Canada's powerful automotive supplier body, APMA, is urging its government stand firm in the face of intense pressure to ink the current Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, as criticism grows it forms part of President Barack Obama's wishlist of 'legacy' deals before he vacates office.
Production and sales results have been gloomy in Brazil all year but recent confirmation of four new auto investments provided some relief although all had been announced previously.
Porsche is adding real time traffic information to its models sold in Europe from September.
Lear has acquired intellectual property and technology from Autonet Mobile, a Santa Rosa, California based developer of software and devices for automotive applications.
Nissan says it has collaborated with ten other members in the creation of a potential next generation pedestrian alert technology.
Nexen Tyre plans to build a tech centre in Richfield. The company is expected to break ground for the US$7m facility by end of 2015 or early 2016.
I have recently met a man with what you might describe as a bit of a job on his hands.
It's a recurring theme. We seem to be on the cusp of big changes that will profoundly impact car manufacturers, technology providers, component suppliers and all of us who move around - especially city dwellers.
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