Log in or Register for enhanced features | Forgotten Password?
White Papers | Suppliers | Events | Report Store | Companies | Dining Club | Videos
Design & Production
Automobile Manufacturing
Return to: ABR Home | Design & Production | Automobile Manufacturing | News
Search Refinements

Automobile Manufacturing News

View news from other Automotive sectors:
31-45 of 4044 results
BAIC BJEV signs cooperation with Dresden University of Technology for light weighting electric cars
By ABR Staff Writer
BAIC BJEV, a new energy automaker in China, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement for Sino-German Automotive Light Weighting Technology Joint R&D Center with Dresden University of Technology (TUD) in the Council Chamber of the state of Sachsen.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Toyota recalls certain 2016 model Avalon and Camry vehicles
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., is recalling approximately 16,880 Model Year 2016 Avalon and 41,630 Model Year 2016 Camry sedans.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Mercedes-Benz to invest Euro 170M at its Kuppenheim press shop in Germany
By ABR Staff Writer
German luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz has announced that it will invest €170m for expansion and modernisation of its Kuppenheim press shop.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
GM to use recycled water bottles to make Chevy Equinox parts
By ABR Staff Writer
General Motors is turning its employees’ recycled water bottles into a new life: noise-reducing fabric insulation that covers the Chevrolet Equinox engine.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Good2Go CEO challenges auto industry to make cars safer
Good2Go Auto Insurance Company CEO Joe DeLago has issued written pleas to CEOs of American auto manufacturers to eliminate technological distractions from all new vehicles sold.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Daimler autonomous trucks complete cross border trip to demonstrate benefits of platooning
By ABR Staff Writer
Three connected and autonomous Mercedes-Benz Actros trucks have completed a cross-border trip from Stuttgart to Rotterdam, to demonstrate that platooning helps in saving fuel and reducing harmful emissions.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Mercedes-Benz plant Kassel produces 100,000 new IPS axles with induction pressure welding technology
By ABR Staff Writer
At its Kassel plant, Mercedes-Benz has produced its 100,000 IPS axles for Mercedes-Benz trucks. IPS is a German shortcut and means Induction Pressure Welding.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Subaru All-Wheel Drive production reaches 15 million
By ABR Staff Writer
Subaru of America, Inc. announced that total production of Subaru All-Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicles from their parent company, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI), reached 15 million units.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Nissan Europe and Foster + Partners unveil visionary future of mobility concept’
Nissan has revealed an exciting glimpse into the future – with the first look at its fully connected vision of the future of mobility in association with renowned architects, Foster + Partners.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Polestar introduces new line of high-performance products
Polestar introduces a whole new line of high-performance products in the form of Polestar Performance Parts, offering even more driving pleasure to Volvo drivers.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
ThyssenKrupp invests additional $35m in Changzhou National Hi-Tech District
Germany-based ThyssenKrupp signed a binding agreement to increase the investment in its second facility in Changzhou, China by US$35 million.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Aston Martin to open new plant in Wales to produce DBX model
By ABR Staff Writer
UK’s luxury car maker, Aston Martin is all geared up to start its new factory in south Wales to manufacture DBX crossover model.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Caterpillar to end production of on-highway vocational trucks
By ABR Staff Writer
Caterpillar has announced that it will discontinue the production of its on-highway vocational trucks, based on present business climate in the truck industry and a thorough evaluation of the business, the company decided it would withdraw from this market.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
GM Powertrain renamed as GM Global Propulsion Systems
By ABR Staff Writer
GM will rename GM Powertrain as GM Global Propulsion Systems. Global Propulsion Systems is a company with more than 8600 people that design and engineer all propulsion related products and controls for GM worldwide.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
Nissan NV300 van to be produced at Renault plant
By ABR Staff Writer
An announcement was made by Groupe Renault that Nissan NV300 van will be produced at is Sandouville plant in northwest France.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
31-45 of 4044 results