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2013-01-25
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The company pumps up its Super Snake to 850 hp (634 kW) and lowers the Focus ST for Shelby-grade performance.
2013-01-25
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Lexus gives its compact sport sedan more interior space, better body construction, and, for international markets, a hybrid drivetrain.
2013-01-25
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Engineers from other OEMs are surprised at what they consider to be a paucity of fuel-saving technology content on the new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, given that the march toward 54.5-mpg CAFE regulations has begun in earnest.
2013-01-25
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GM's Opel brand recently unveiled a new 1.6-L four-cylinder turbodiesel engine that represents the second of GM's three new downsized engine families to be introduced after the recent gasoline 1.6-L SIDI Ecotec.
2013-01-25
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As part of a plan to significantly expand its mobility services business operations, Daimler Financial Services AG has created a subsidiary, Daimler Mobility Services GmbH. "Urban customers [especially] demand new and flexible mobility solutions," Daimler Financial Services CEO Klaus Entenmann said Jan. 21 in announcing the action.
2013-01-24
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Tata Technologies, a global provider of engineering services and product development IT, is seeking engineering, design, programming, consulting, and account management professionals to fill more than 100 positions before March 1.
2013-01-24
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Mazda is putting its 2014 Skyactiv-D diesel through this year's grueling U.S. Grand-Am road racing series to prove the stock-block 2.2-L engine's performance and durability.
2013-01-18
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The next-generation Mazda MX-5 will be the basis of an open-top two-seat sports car that the automaker will build for Fiat's Alfa Romeo under a finalized deal announced by the two companies Jan. 18. The two had announced their intention to work out a deal to this effect earlier in 2012.
2013-01-17
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The new NSX Concept, revealed at the NAIAS in Detroit, shows “one possible direction” for the next-gen supercar’s interior design and packaging.
2013-01-17
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Maserati's flagship is bigger, faster, smoother, and more efficient than ever.
2013-01-17
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A new range-extender that taps a 0.8-L V-twin gasoline engine with a vertically positioned crankshaft and two 15-kW permanent magnet synchronous motor/generators is being tested on a technology demonstrator subcompact.
2013-01-17
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The E-Jet range-extended electric car concept uses a new compact passenger vehicle platform. The drive motor system features a 95-kW (peak) permanent magnet synchronous motor and a 13-kWh Li-ion battery pack. The all-electric driving range is projected to exceed 100 km (62 mi).
2013-01-17
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The unique design of the Karma's rear subframe assembly increases the challenge of ensuring the integrity of the fuel tank in a rear end crash as required for Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 301 certification.
2013-01-16
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The book Dynamic Analysis and Control System Design of Automatic Transmissions, published by SAE International, examines how the fundamental principles of hydraulics and control systems are applied to today's automatic transmissions.
2013-01-16
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Radio head units are evolving rapidly as more consumers want to have access to most, if not all, their infotainment options while in their vehicles. Hardware developers are responding with more computing horsepower while they examine a number of wireless technologies that will play a significant role in radio head units.
2013-01-16
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Ford and GM look to speed creation of head-unit apps with simpler development tools and easier collaboration
2013-01-16
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The “extensively updated” E-Class sedan and wagon—as well as coupe and cabriolet models—all shown at the NAIAS in Detroit, feature more than 10 new or optimized driver assistance systems—many of which make their debut in the E-Class just ahead of the new S-Class being launched later this year. A more powerful E63 AMG with AWD was also shown.
2013-01-16
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The Volkswagen Group's Electronic Research Laboratory partners with colleges to develop new safety and convenience applications for drivers.
2013-01-16
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The six-seat hybrid concept unveiled at the 2013 NAIAS in Detroit is meant to test the water for what may be a Volkswagen seven-seat entry into the midsize SUV market in North America. The vehicle, if produced, would slot between the Tiguan and Touareg in VW’s lineup.
2013-01-16
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In what they term a "strategic partnership," bearing maker SKF will provide "critical components" to Protean Electric for the latter's in-wheel electric drive technology. The five-year agreement also calls for the companies to "look at additional new areas of collaboration for the hybrid and electric vehicle market."
2013-01-15
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Satisfaction with factory-installed navigation systems among car owners fell while the number of owners using a nav app on their smartphone in the vehicle rose over the course of a year, according to J.D.
2013-01-15
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The concept provides clear indications about what the next Murano will look like, according to Andy Palmer, Vice President of Global Product Planning, Nissan.
2013-01-15
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Americans' appetite for diesel power is growing fastest in crossover utility vehicles from Audi, BMW, Mercedes, and VW, while those OEMs increase their hybrid and alt-fuel offerings as well.
2013-01-15
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Ford's Atlas pickup concept, unveiled at the 2013 Detroit auto show, features active wheel shutters and an active front air dam among other technologies aimed boosting fuel efficiency in the next-gen F-Series.
2013-01-15
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An ICE-powered concept vehicle bundles various Schaeffler technologies to net a 15% reduction in fuel consumption.
2013-01-15
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The HCD-14 Genesis concept, revealed at the NAIAS in Detroit, is the “spiritual guide” for all of the Korean automaker’s future premium vehicles, said John Krafcik, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor America.
2013-01-15
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Coining a British term that describes well-tailored attire, the Bespoke interior concept represents Johnson Controls' design pitch for a premium vehicle.
2013-01-15
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Over the next four years, Denso will invest almost $1 billion in North America, more than three-quarters of which will be spent on U.S. facilities and capabilities. The investment is part of a strategy announced by the Japan-headquartered company last year to "drastically localize" production throughout the world.
2013-01-15
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The Furia Concept strongly hints at what to expect in forthcoming Corolla models, as early as later this year.
2013-01-15
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Both powertrains will be offered with rear-wheel drive or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, and both are matched with a seven-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission.
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